All posts by Jesse Vitelli

About Jesse Vitelli

Has been playing games since before he could walk. Is a lover of RPG's and indie games. He once beat Luigi's Mansion in one 9 hour sitting and achieved rank A. If you look you can find over 2,000 Halo 3 custom games on his account. You will probably find him logging in hours on Destiny or World of Warcraft.

Tribeca Games Festival Panel: What Remains of Edith Finch

Share This: The very first Tribeca games festival kicked off the night of Friday April 28th, 2017 with a crowd play event for Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy and a concert by British band Muramasa Saturday morning I was invited to watch some of the keynotes that were given during the morning session on April 29th. The first keynote of the day was at 930 am. It was a conversation… Read Article →

New ARMS Character: Helix joins the Fight

Share This: Nintendo just released a brand new fighter for their upcoming game ARMS. Helix is a creation of ARMS Laboratories. Helix stretches out when he jumps, and shrinks down when he dashes. This makes him extremely flexible in battle. This green blob can be seen in their trailer from Nintendo below and join the fight when ARMS launches on June 16th exclusively on the Nintendo Switch. He is sure… Read Article →

Why everyone should Play Dungeons & Dragons

Share This: For years I have wanted to play Dungeons & Dragons, but never had a group of adventurers brave enough to take the leap. After years of watching groups like Acquisition Inc, Tabletop Adventures/Escapades I longed for an adventure. Finally this year I was asked to take out my dice and roll for initiative. D&D might be something that seems extremely overwhelming and intimidating to someone unfamiliar with the… Read Article →

Please Play: Snake Pass

Share This: For the majority of my life I have felt like a video game salesman to my friends. Having to give them bullet pointed lists of why a certain game is worth their time. Sometimes I succeed and get friends or family to dive deep into worlds that deserve, but its the times that I fail that always bother me. Please Play is a series of articles and maybe… Read Article →

Think of the Children preview Pax East 2017

Share This: Think of the Children is an indie game developed by Australian developer Jammed up Studios. This gem of a game was discovered by us at Pax east 2017 as part of the Pax Aus roadshow. After chatting with one of the developers on the game we learned a little bit more about this aesthetically cute morbid game. Think of the children is a game where you play as… Read Article →

Deliver us the Moon Preview

Share This: Deliver us the moon is a game being developed by the young dutch indie company known as Keoken interactive and published by Starbreeze Studios. The game itself is set in the near future and resources are extremely limited. As you can imagine that leaves Earth in jeopardy and it is up you the player to go on a super secret space mission to help save humanity. At Pax… Read Article →

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Master Edition

Share This: Join Jesse as he opens, details, and tastes The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Master Edition. This item was extremely limited and we were lucky to get our hands on one. So check out whats in this box. The contents of the box include, the master sword statue, the soundtrack, game, Nintendo Switch Carrying case, challenge coin, World Map, and game cartridge.  Everything came out incredible,… Read Article →

The Game Awards Winners Guide

Share This: Last night, December 1st, 2016 The Game Awards were held in Los Angeles California. Hosted and run by Geoff Keighley, the event was a night to remember. With world premieres of new games, DLC, and first looks at gameplay footage it was an exciting ride the whole way through. The Game Awards are a beautiful night of celebrating games, their creators, and the people who love to play… Read Article →

Telltale Batman: Ep. 3 New World Order Review

Share This: The third episode of Telltale’s Batman series was released on Tuesday, October 28th. While I will be reviewing each episode as they are released, I will not be giving the game a final score until all five episodes have been released. You can read my episode one and two review in the links provided. The beginning of episode three deals with the fallout of the climatic ending of… Read Article →

Battlefield 1. First Impressions

Share This: I decided to pick up Battlefield 1 this past week. This is my first battlefield since the days of Bad Company 2. With all of these futuristic shooters coming out in the past few years, it was extremely refreshing to dial things all the way back to World War 1. I have only had a handful of hours on the game so i do not feel comfortable doing… Read Article →