Tony The Gamer Dad

Tony The Gamer Dad

Anthony "Tony the Gamer Dad" Villarreal is an avid video game player and comic book reader who has contribute to many websites over the years. Occasionally, he post some crazy theory or movie review about comic book, TV, film, or video game related media at his blog The Geek Getaway

. Whenever he is not playing video games or watching TV, he is participating in some Pure Pwnage discussion or working on the many video games and books he has yet to complete.

Thursday, 02 June 2016 12:14

Ara Fell Review

Ara Fell is a 16 Bit style JRPG made by Stegosoft Games with the RPG Maker 2003 engine. Originally conceived over ten years ago, Ara Fell has gone through several iterations and a few RPG Maker engines to become what it is today. Now, for those familiar with RPG Maker 2003 and games made from it will quickly recognize a lot of the graphics, sound effects, and music used in Ara Fell. However, do not let the familiar wrapping keep you from enjoying the wonderful gift inside the box. And what a wonderful gift Ara Fell is.

Saturday, 27 August 2016 12:09

Mugen Souls Z Review

Mugen Souls Z is the 2013 sequel to 2012's Mugen Souls and just like the original, Mugen Souls Z was mired in controversy upon it's release.

Monday, 22 August 2016 00:00

Giga Girl Review

Giga Girl may not be original, and it may not be pretty, but for $2.99 it is one hell of a deal that any fan of retro gaming would enjoy in their collection. I look forward to playing it again, and trying to unlock all of its secrets.

 You see, the answer to the question of whether consoles or PCs are better for gaming is really all about personal preference and choice. Depending on your personal gaming preference YOU and you alone determine what is the better gaming system. Yeah, neither me nor Mehmed can answer the question for you. You and you alone decide what the best system is for you and everyone else will do the same for themselves. Just remember, whether you pick PC or console, don't try to force your opinions on others.

As always, members of the media and the government are attacking the video game industry, despite not having a national tragedy to thrust the latest battle in the war on video games into the public spotlight.