Matt Gerardi

Matt Gerardi

Assistant Editor

Matt Gerardi is the assistant editor of The Gameological Society. He lives on (not in) Long Island, where he plays trumpet and complains about living on Long Island.

By Matt Gerardi

  • Big Buck HD

    Oh Deer

    Keyboard Geniuses is our weekly glance at a few intriguing, witty, or otherwise notable posts from the Gameological discussion threads. Comments have been excerpted and edited here for grammar, length, and/or clarity. You can follow the links to see the full threads. Buckin’ Up This week, Samantha Nelson reported back from inside the 2013 Big […]

  • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

    Sony announces Uncharted for PlayStation 4, Last Of Us prequel add-on, and more during hour-long commercial

    Last night, during a nationally televised hour-long PlayStation 4 commercial hosted by Geoff Keighley, Sony used its spotlight to announce some new games and other scrimps and scramps. The biggest and least substantial was the reveal that crackerjack game studio Naughty Dog is bringing its Uncharted series of games to the PlayStation 4. The news […]

  • Batman: Arkham Origins

    A.A. Dowd, A.V. Club Film Editor

    The A.V. Club’s film editor is returning to Gotham.

  • Bubsy3D

    Indie developer revives Bubsy for bizarre, introspective art museum adventure

    Arcane Kids, the developers behind Perfect Stride and Sawbuck fave Room Of 1000 Snakes, are celebrating the 18th birthday of Bubsy, the cartoon cat who starred in a string of maligned games in the ’90s and who has actually been around for longer than 18 years, by reviving him for a new browser-based adventure. In […]

  • Dragon Age: Inquisition

    Here’s 30 minutes of Dragon Age: Inquisition filmed off a screen

    Some brave soul pulled out a camera and filmed 30 minutes of a Dragon Age: Inquisition demo at Digiexpo, a games convention in Finland. It turned out surprisingly sharp, given the circumstances, and it’s the best extended look we’ve gotten so far at the game, which is expected to be released next fall. The biggest […]

  • Device 6

    Text Adventure

    The writing in Device 6 is full of twists and turns, literally.

  • Steamboat Willie

    Book It!

    Highlights from the week’s comment threads.

  • Call Of Duty

    Activision deploys $1 billion worth of Call Of Duty: Ghosts to store shelves, not consumers

    Hoping to appear more impressive than the record-breaking three-day sprint to $1 billion worth of sales Grand Theft Auto V achieved earlier this year, Activision announced today that it “has sold more than $1 billion of Call of Duty: Ghosts into retail stores worldwide as of day one.” In other words, by the first day […]

  • NBA 2K14

    Nov. 1, 2013: Anthony John Agnello, Joe Keiser, Drew Toal, and John Teti

    Gameological staffers share their plans and take stupid “selfies” for some reason. Drew started it.

  • The Walking Dead Season 2

    Season Two of Telltale’s The Walking Dead starts this year, stars Clementine

    After an excruciatingly long period of radio silence, Telltale Games has dropped the first details regarding the second season of its The Walking Dead video game. The first episode of the new season will be released “later this year” on PC, Mac, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The rest of the story will play out […]

  • The Typing Of The Dead: Overkill

    Sega celebrates Halloween with new The Typing Of The Dead game

    One of the oddest games among the Sega Dreamcast’s vast library of very odd games is The Typing Of The Dead, a reimagining of Sega’s zombie shoot ’em up arcade classic The House Of The Dead 2. Instead of aiming a plastic gun at the screen to blow away the undead, Typing Of The Dead […]

  • Pikachu

    Video of new Pokémon game hints at freaky Pikachu motion capture

    The CEO of The Pokémon Company, Tsunekazu Ishihara, had previously let it slip that the organization will focus on series mascot Pikachu and a boy who, according to a Siliconera report on the statement, uses “playfulness” as a weapon. That last part’s a little weird, but okay, no real surprises there. Today, however, the folks […]

  • Watch Dogs

    Watch Dogs, 2013’s only hope for an original blockbuster game, not coming out until 2014

    Watch Dogs, the newest game in Ubisoft’s lineup of open-world acrobatic murder dude simulators, has had its release date pushed back to “spring 2014,” Ubisoft announced today. The game was previously scheduled to be released on November 19 and was a marquee launch title for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Starring a vigilante hacker […]