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Tim Maison

Tim is not the droids you are looking for. He resides quietly in the Emerald City where he can often be found writing, reading, watching movies, or playing video games. He is the Xbox editor for Goomba Stomp and the site's official Pokémon Master.

Game Boys, Ep. 97: Pit Stop

More than a year after the Game Boys originally covered it, Pit People has finally exited early access and entered the world of full releases.  What...

Game Boys, Ep. 96: DLC- Debate Like You Care

Every gamer has preferences and opinions, but what if those opinions were handed to you by someone else?  In this week's Game Boys, Tim,...

Game Boys, Ep. 95: All Aboard the Hype-warts Express

This episode is dedicated to the hype train, that locomotive comprised of all of our unrealized hopes, dreams, and unrealistic expectations.  But what fuels...

Game Boys, Ep. 94: Secret of Bananas

We all have secrets we're not proud of: bad habits, embarrassing pasts, and games we really should've played, especially if we're gonna host a co-op podcast, but never have. 

Game Boys, Ep. 93: Drop Off

This week's episode of Game Boys is dedicated entirely to drop off and the games that we let go of for one reason or...

Game Boys, Ep. 92: Game Boys Turns Two!

This week on Game Boys your favorite podcast turns two!  No, not Serial, this one, silly!  To celebrate two years of this podcast, Alex,...

Game Boys, Ep. 91: Monster Boys

The Game Boys have always been about hunting monsters, typically finding them and then capturing them in Poké Balls.  They've never been particularly into the Monster...

Game Boys, Ep. 90: Dragon Ball Sea

One of the Game Boys' most highly anticipated titles of 2018 is already out and the Game Boys are super Saiyan stoked to talk...

Game Boys, Ep. 89: Co-op and Cardboard Coming to Switch

After the highly hyped and overly anticipated (though not actually promoted) Nintendo Direct Mini on January 11, 2018 and the utterly unknown, and unanticipated...

Overwatch League’s First Week a Perfect Proof of Concept

The first week of OWL did not disappoint.  Instead, the league has immediately proven itself more approachable, captivating, and competitive than many initially anticipated, promising for an enticing season that all fans of 'Overwatch' should be watching.