The Gamers Lounge

The Gamers Lounge is a video game news, review and opinion site run by gamers like you. 

Nathanael Fuller
The Gamers Lounge Podcast Ep 12: "Erik's PAX East Adventure"

This week, Nathanael and Erik discuss the games they've been playing before Erik talks about his trip to PAX East 2014!

John Meadows
RetroN 5 News Out of The Midwest Gaming Classic

For months retro gamers have been waiting for the RetroN5 to be released. Thanks to our friends over at Video Game Rescue we know we will not have long to wait and we also have another surprise in from the folks at Hyperkin.

John Meadows
The Gamers Lounge Podcast Ep 11: "It Has Babies That Attack Your Face"

This week John, Nathanael and Erik talk about what it would take to get us to buy WiiU, what we are playing, Pax East and more!

Erik Kubik
South Park Stick of Truth Review: Fan Service meets an RPG

Most of the South Park games haven’t been very good. Gamers had a right to be wary about the Stick of Truth. Would this be another licensed game that was nothing more than a ploy to make money? Stick of Truth is a game that provides fan service while catering to those gamers who like a different style of RPG. 

Ryan Johnson
Evolution of a Gamer: Version 2.0

Ryan returns to his favorite article series in GoozerNation, where he shares his favorite hobby with his children while learning something in the process.

Ryan Johnson
Nintendo Re-issues Special Edition "Cartridge Classics"

You wouldn't believe who's excited about the RetroN5, and we're not talking the staff at the Goofer's Lounge. We're talking about Nintendo itself.

Erik Kubik
The N64: Nintendo's least collectible console

The N64 will be remembered as the only successful 64 bit system. It was also one of the first system to make 4 player multiplayer accessible, push for making FPS games popular on consoles, and show off games in 3D. There are quite a few good games for the system but it seems no one is really an N64 collector. The Gamer’s Lounge has a few theories on why the N64 may be destined to be Nintendo's leas collectible system

John Meadows
The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review

Sometime when nearing the end of a consoles life, there are some great games that come out that are looked over because so many move on to the next gen system. Could The Witch and the Hundred Knight be one of those games? 

John Meadows
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review

To most gamers they would take on look at Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and write it off as another quirky Japanese game that they would have no interest in. They would be wrong. It is quirky and over the top, but it is hands down one of the best game on the Vita and not to be missed.