Video games are a lot of fun to play, but they’re also a lot of fun to talk and write about. This video game blog includes the writings of a few different local authors and a few not-so-local authors. If you spend your spare time reading about and considering the many different aspects of gaming, this is the place for you! Also, if you think you’re pretty good at the words, feel free to check out our contributor sign up section. We’re always happy to welcome new nerds to our team!
BitCast is a weekly podcast that covers most things video games and pop culture. Each podcast typically features a brief run-through of the biggest news from the previous week, and one main topic. Sometimes the main topic is more speculative, other times it’s entirely focused on a new video game release. Episodes typically range from 30 minutes to an hour, and you’re able to listen or watch on your platform of choice.
The podcast is currently available on on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and pretty much every other podcast service. Also, if video is more your thing, each episode is available on our Youtube channel or on the individual podcast pages listed below. The benefit of watching the podcast on Youtube is that you get to see our awkward mannerisms, and gameplay footage to match what we’re talking about. We highly encourage you to chime in with your own questions or thoughts about something related to the industry, because oftentimes, we’ll answer your questions or comments, on the show! We’re glad you found us! Now tune in, to talk about some stuff!
If you’re here, then you’re already in the right place. We can all agree that video games are a wonderful thing. So much has changed in the past few decades when it comes to digital entertainment. Developers are no longer limited to a linear structure. New and engaging video game stories or experiences are being delivered at a breakneck pace.
Below, you’ll find a collection of some reviews, written by the BitBloggist staff. As I mentioned above, it’s hard enough just to play most of the games that are coming out, let alone review each of them! That’s why we don’t have an absolutely exhaustive list of game reviews in our collection. If you’re at all interested in writing game reviews and think that you have something to bring to the table, feel free to head on over to our contact page to get in touch. The more the merrier!
It takes a lot to meet up with friends and have an in-depth conversation about a game that you’re all playing through. Let’s face it, talking over text just doesn’t cut it. The BitBloggist Game Club is a place for all gamers to come together and talk about the same game, all in once place. Each month, a new game will be chosen that all are welcome to pick up if they so choose. Most of the time, the game of choice will be a less costly indie game, so the barrier to entry is less.
You’re encouraged to chime in with your own thoughts on the game in the comments, because there’s a high chance we’ll include your comments on BitCast the following week. Every Saturday, there will be an updated impressions page detailing our experience in the game with light spoilers.