The boys get themselves trapped on an island in the latest episode of Dead Pixels. They talk about how awesome Tomb Raider was, and how much more awesomer it could have been. Dead Space 3 gets a little love, Adam talks about to joys of being stuck in Iowa for 3 weeks with poor internet. Since the Playstation 4 was just announced they chat it up about that and the upcoming new Xbox. TJ professes his love for Best Buy’s gaming section, and their handy J trade in deals. WHAT?! Nothing. READ MORE
UPDATE: The contest IS over and the codes have been sent out! Check your BD messages!
That’s right folks. 5 codes that will get you the Dead Pixels game (no relation) from Steam, free! It’s an excellent 8-bit side scrolling zombie shooter, with looting and rpg elements. You really can’t go wrong. So if you’re an avid PC gamer and haven’t picked this up, this contest is for you! Head on past the break for the rules!
Dead Pixels you say? No, unfortunately it’s not us. It is however an awesome 8-bit zombie side scroller, previously released on Xbox Live, and now on Steam for download. The game wont break your wallet like most with its 3 dollar price point. What’s truly amazing is that CSR Studios who created the game is only made up of one man. Head past the break for game info and screens.
Here we are, at the culmination of a month’s worth of horror movie marathons, haunted housing, candy purchasing, scare pranking, and pumpkin carving. It’s finally Halloween. The last thing I want to do is bum you out on a day like this, but October 31st has always been a little sad for me. Knowing that it all ends tomorrow as we shift gears in preparation of the holiday season makes Halloween bitter sweet, but it isn’t November yet, so let’s enjoy this amazing time of year while it lasts. TJ and I have another spooky Halloween edition of the Dead Pixels podcast for you.
Now, TJ wanted me to make this episode less spooky, because he thought you all couldn’t handle excessive levels of spookiness. Don’t worry, I talked him into keeping the spooky, because I was all like, “Dude, our readers are totally spooky. They love spooky. They crave spooky. They wake up and eat spooky for breakfast before putting their pants on, one spooky leg at a time.” You’re welcome.
Adam and TJ are back! Again! And they’re here to stay. (We know you missed their sexy sexy voices.) This weeks episode of Dead Pixels is almost all about this year’s E3 convention.
“Resident Evil 6,” “Dead Space 3″ and much, much more are discussed. Adam is left feeling unfulfilled about the entire convention, while TJ feels everything was quite good. (Fight!) But, as usual, the boys get sidetracked and start talking about TV and movies, and Adam drops a couple spoilers as it’s becoming one of his favorite past times. (What a dick.)
You can enjoy the latest “Dead Pixels” after the break, or you can subscribe via iTunes by searching “Bloody Disgusting.” READ MORE
You hear that? That’s the soft cooing of a very special Game of the Year edition of the Dead Pixels Podcast! Do you think you can handle our wrap up of the best, worst, and most bizarre games of 2011? If you think you do then I highly suggest listening in as TJ and I talk about our picks for our favorite and least favorite games of the year. Oh, and we’re joined by very special guest host David Harley — that’s special as in he brings with him a love for the Wii and a fresh set of opinions, not special in the please-stop-eating-the-paste sort of way.
So please, listen to our podcast. We worked really hard on it and I think it’s rather dandy. If you’re an enthusiast of all things dandy you should definitely head past the break to listen in as we discuss stuff! READ MORE
It’s that time of the year again, where Adam and TJ talk about the best and worst video games of the year. Bloody Disgusting’s very own David Harley guest stars on this emotion fueled roller coaster ride down memory lane on Dead Pixels.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and by the time the credits roll you’ll be a changed person. A more enlightened person with great hair. So join us for this very special episode of the Dead Pixels Podcast, it’s gonna be fun.
You’ll find the episode by reading on or searching for “Bloody Disgusting” on iTunes! Watch for new podcast episodes every weekend! READ MORE
It’s a Dead Pixels Christmas Spectacular, if in name only!
Listen in as TJ and Adam talk about all the delicious games that have violently torn them from their lives and the people they love, including Saints Row, Red Faction, and Skyrim (what? You thought Adam was done ogling that game?)
There’s also a little teasing of their Game of the Year picks, why we need more remakes, the best games on the Sega Genesis [editor's note: Altered Beast and Michael Jackson's Moonwalker, duh], and a hate-filled rant about the new Xbox dashboard update. Oh, and TJ gives us all a Golden Shower! Merry Frakking Christmas everyone!
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They’ve done it again. Nerded out to the max. Take a listen to the newest episode of the Dead Pixels Podcast, as TJ sits in awe while Adam goes on and on about the new ‘Elder Scrolls Skyrim’ – then they talk about some ‘Batman’ – and back to ‘Skyrim’ – to ‘Gears of War 3′ – back to ‘Skyrim’ – ‘Goldeneye’ – ‘Skyrim’… THEN, Adam gets taken away by a stray dragon he forgot to slay.
The two nerdy masterminds discuss ‘Skyrim,’ and more ‘Skyrim.’ ‘Alan Wake’. ‘Skyrim’. Capcom, ‘Skyrim.’ What I’m trying to say is Adam loves ‘Skyrim.’ Do you love ‘Skyrim’?
You’ll find the episode above, below, at this link or by searching for “Bloody Disgusting” on iTunes!
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Better late than never, right?! It’s a bonus Halloween episode of the Dead Pixels Podcast, full of tricks and treatery! Listen in as Adam and TJ talk about “Infamous 2: Festival of Blood,” “Battlefield 3,” our horror rituals, and why the zombie craze is definitely not stupid…
It’s a Dead Pixels Halloween Extravaganza!
TJ and Adam talk about the bloody, the weird, and the freaky, covering what’s new on television like “American Horror Story”; new video games including “Gears of War 3″ and “Rage”, and it’s all sprinkled with some delicious nerd chatter.
TJ and Adam strike back! In this week’s episode of “Dead Pixels” the dynamic duo talk about everything from dog-sitting to what they’ve been playing, upcoming games, and all of the unrelated tangents in-between. Grab a Mountain Dew and play along…
“The critics said it couldn’t be done. The skeptics said nay. Two months in a row? Never. Hisssssss. Just wait until we nail a third episode down next month and you all sh*t yourselves. We return with a sexy new opening, we talk about Adam’s adventures in dog sitting, Final Fantasy XIII, the many many awesome games coming out in September, and so much more. Listen below, search for us on the internet, listen and enjoy! And as always please tell us what you think!”
You can subscribe by searching “Bloody Disgusting” on iTunes, or listen by clicking here or reading below. It’s also worth noting we’ve turned off “auto refresh” to avoid any problems.
Continuing our newly revamped podcast, this Sunday we’ve relaunched Episode 32 of “Dead Pixels” as part of Bloody Disgusting Radio. Instead of individual podcasts, every Sunday you’ll be treated to a new show from “Dead Pixels” to “Double Murder”.
In episode 32, listen in as TJ and new co-host Adam Dodd attempt to discuss all things video games, including “Duke Nukem,” our thoughts on E3, and “The Secret World” — until they see something shiny throwing them on unrelated tangents like the new Transformers flick and the delicious Mountain Dew Pitch Black. It’s everything pop culture.
As always, you can listen to the podcast below, on our podcast page, or by searching for Bloody Disgusting in iTunes. And again, all you need to do is subscribe to the official Bloody Disgusting podcast as ALL shows will be included in that feed.
Have you been reading my words aloud, trying to match a voice to them so you could more easily pretend what it would be like if I was sitting next to you, late at night, with my hand on your upper thigh? Maybe you picture me uttering Shakespearean dialogue in the velvety tones of James Earl Jones, or with the disarming charm of Nolan North? If you answered yes then look no further, because the Dead Pixels Podcast is back and this time it’s brought with it an added dose of yours truly.
From now on you can expect new episodes of the podcast to go up every second sunday of the month. I suppose those of you who enjoy surprises might not be too fond of the lack of unexpected episodes, but as my grandpa always says, tough shit, (don’t listen to him, he’s a mean dude.) So if you want to hear TJ and I attempt a discussion on video game news like the so-so E3, The Secret World, and Duke Nukem Forever, this might be for you. Sadly, neither of us have great attention spans so we also found ourselves in tangents on Transformers 3, The Human Centipede, and the really fucking tasty Mountain Dew: Pitch Black. More from TJ past the break. READ MORE
TJ and I have had a top secret project in the works for some time and despite our shared inability to keep a secret for very long, we’ve somehow managed to keep this from you until it was ready. After years of research and sleepless nights fueled by bitter masturbation and energy drinks, this secret is finally ready to be unveiled now. Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to introduce you to the video game that’s destined to sweep the nation: Dead Pixels: The Official Game.
What is this, you ask? How could you possibly compete with blockbuster games that have massive budgets and huge teams of creative individuals working on them? Easy peasy lemon squeezy. You see, between the two of us TJ and I have a combined total of nearly a decade’s worth of video game reviews, and who better to create a fun game than the people that know what makes a game good? Nay, great. Will this be as memorable as BioShock? Yes. Will rake in more money than Call of Duty? Of course. Will it get us laid? We desperately hope it will. Head past the break for your first glimpse of Dead Pixels: The Official Game’s box art, just make sure you keep a tissue handy for when you experience your first exploding orgasm upon glimpsing this beautiful piece of art. READ MORE
I was poking around the internet recently and I noticed something. Just about all the other “major” horror sites all have video game news. I would like to state for the record that we (Dead Pixels) were the 1st. So suck it!
I’d also like to thank all you readers who stick around. With out you all I wouldn’t have so much blood on my hands. Because I kill for you. READ MORE
You know what your day is lacking right now? It’s missing a potent dose of video game action that only the official Dead Pixels youtube channel can remedy. Our goal is to have more subscribers then Fred by the end of the year, because no one with a voice like that deserves so many subscribers.
You might be asking yourself why you would need to check out our channel when you already devote hours of your day keeping up to date on everything TJ and I write about with an almost religious vigor. But even the most passionate of our fans aren’t necessarily getting their recommended daily dose of Dead Pixels, which means there’s always room for more. On top of that there’s a plethora of trailers, teasers, gameplay videos and more on our channel that don’t get covered here. So why don’t you add some more Dead Pixels to your day and if you’re feeling extra generous you could show your endless love and devotion by subscribing. It’s what Santa would want you to do. READ MORE
You might have noticed we published our 1000th post today so that’s pretty fantastic, but while we’re celebrating hitting this milestone we realized just how old we’ve become. I mean, blogs come and go and sections of larger sites sometimes fade away, but we’ve been lucky enough to have found a group of people who, like ourselves, enjoy video games and because of that Dead Pixels has actually grown since its inception.
However, we refuse to rest on our laurels, and because of that we’re going to be making a few changes and additions here and there. We hope these minor adjustments will improve the quality of Dead Pixels and we also hope they will help keep the site fresh for you, our dead sexy readers. The first of these improvements will be in our reviews, so if you like to agree or disagree with our examinations of video games old and new, let’s talk about what we’re changing. READ MORE
The theme this week is being surrounded by awesome, whether that awesome comes from an amazing Altec Lansing speaker system or another extraordinarily comfortable hulking mass of beanbag comfort called the Sumo Sway. Oh, and in case you hadn’t caught on already, there’s a contest this week. The prize? How about that kickass professional gaming mouse from QPad?
I think the womb is to blame for the comfy delight we get when we’re surrounded. Something about us trying to recreate the feeling of the womb, or something along those lines. I never did pay attention in Psych class. In an intangible way, sound surrounds us (especially surround sound, but that’s a given) and in a slightly more touchy-feely way, massive beanbags do as well. Click that little Read More button to find out if you want to be surrounded by the Expressionist Ultra sound system and Sumo Sway, and contest details lie in wait after the jump. READ MORE
Butt friendly seating isn’t the only important thing you’ll need when you’re crafting your very own Gamer Lounge; you’ll also need some top-of-the-line peripherals that help take the gaming/movie-watching experience to the next level. To do this you’ll need some kickass peripherals, gadgets that were formed from the minds of a dozen scientists in a secret underground lab after years of research. Or something along those lines.
What’s a night of gaming without an awesome headset and professional quality mouse? A really crappy night, that’s what. Thankfully, Plantronics has our delicate ears covered with their Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound capable headset, and QPad has our pale gamer hands covered with their professional gaming mouse and customizable mousepads. Just how great is this gear, you ask? Read on to find out, then you can thank me for opening your eyes (and hands) to these fantastic gems of scientist-mind-stuffs. READ MORE
Welcome to our brand spanking new series, something I affectionately refer to as The Ultimate Gamer Lounge. Stay a while, relax, take off your shoes and loosen your tie, should you wear one, so you can make sure you’re prepared to really engulf yourself in this new feature. Now, it’s common knowledge that everyone wants a place that’s exclusive to gaming, your own personal home within a home where the furniture is inviting, the technology superior, the food is tasty, and the energy drinks are bottomless.
Guess what? E3 is in a few days, that’s what. E3 turns the week that holds it into a celebration of all things gaming. This is a time of jaw-dropping announcements, surprising exclusives, system price drops, and incessant fanboy console humping. That last one never stops, it merely peaks during this time of the year.
Remember that game I talked about a few weeks back that I boldly claimed could “redefine horror?” Well, next month could shed some light on it, and there are even rumors of new hardware unveilings like the PSP 2 and Nintendo 3DS that may or may not show themselves next week. There’s a lot of games out there just waiting to wow and amaze us, but what about the horror genre? We like games in general but horror is what we’re all about here. READ MORE
So we here at the Dead Pixels have decide to expand our horizons a bit. Nothing major or serious, and no need to worry, we aren’t going anywhere. But, we will be covering a bit more games. No kiddie type stuff, more in the adultish area of video gaming. Halo, Call Of Duty, things of that nature. Horror is still going to be the main area of coverage, but we wanted to open it up a bit to appeal to more gamers. And to deliver a bit more content to you all especially when the horror gaming is slow.
As far as the lack of Dead Pixels Podcasts, I apologize for that, and we will be making it up to you soon with the 2nd part of our Best Games Of 2009. Also, if you hadn’t noticed, we recently added a search box strictly for the Dead Pixels news section. It’s on the right side more towards the top. If you type in a game you should be able to find most if not all news posted about it, in case you missed anything. READ MORE
Join TJ and Kiel, guests Mike and Adam, in this marathon length podcast discussing games of 2008, and the contenders for Best Horror game of 2008. Also we debate the validity of Left 4 Dead and what really constitutes a zombie…