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

  • Murasaki Baby

    The most interesting trailers from Sony’s Gamescom 2013 presentation

    Yesterday’s Sony presentation at Gamescom, the European games convention, wasn’t entirely bluster and stalling for an hour and a half before announcing the PlayStation 4’s release date. Sony also unveiled some cool-looking games with some cool-looking trailers. Here are the three that caught my eye: Rime Tequila Works, the developer behind Rime, didn’t hit it […]

  • PlayStation 4

    The PlayStation 4 will be available on Nov. 15

    The PlayStation 4 will be released on Nov. 15 in North America and Nov. 29 in Europe, Sony announced today at its press briefing at the German games expo GamesCom. And, just as a reminder, it’ll run you $400—something we learned at this year’s E3. There’s not much other news to gather from Sony’s showing. […]

  • Tetris World Record

    Footage of the new Tetris world record is 20 seconds of beautiful inhuman precision

    A new Tetris world record has been set, and as the recording of the performance (seen above) shows, that title is now in the hands of some sort of space-age Tetris robot that acts only on cold, hard, instantly computed facts. Or if this mental_floss article by Chris Higgins is to be believed, a Japanese […]

  • Salty Bet

    The Salty Bet fighting-game casino might be the craziest thing on the internet

    In the past year, I’ve been watching as many fighting game tournaments as I could. Every large tournament has several advertisers, mostly familiar names, but there was always one that seemed a little odd: Salty Bet. I knew what Salty Bet was—a website where users can wager fake money on matches during tournaments—but I had […]

  • Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

    Understudy Hall

    Which sidekicks outshine their heroes?

  • Saints Row IV

    You can create the U.S. president of your dreams with Saints Row IV: Inauguration Station

    Deep Silver, the publisher that recently took over the Saints Row series, has unleashed a character creator for the upcoming Saints Row IV. Dubbed the Saints Row IV: Inauguration Station, anyone who grabs the program will be able to customize their gangster-turned-U.S. president and import the characters into the game proper when it’s released on […]

  • Riding Bareback

    A Ride Into The Mountains is a stirring quest—if you can hang on.

  • Comment Cat

    Staggering Stew Bum links us to a funny Dark Souls mod

    COMMENT CAT SEZ: Crafty commenter Staggering Stew Bum links us to a funny Dark Souls mod and a Gameological-themed alteration of his own.

  • Surgeon Simulator 2013

    Have a nice trip: 9 video game drugs that induce playable hallucinations

    Drugs are bad?

  • BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea

    New BioShock Infinite episodes take you back to Rapture, are noir as hell

    Irrational and 2K Games have taken the wraps off of new downloadable add-ons for BioShock Infinite. The first, titled “Clash In The Clouds,” is launching today on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 for $5. This will add a new mode to the game where players, constrained to one of four different maps, mow down […]

  • The Back Nine

    You’ve professed your favorites of the year, but what game are you looking forward to?

  • Wayward Manor

    Neil Gaiman is making a very Neil Gaiman video game

    Neil Gaiman, author of American Gods and the comic book series Sandman, is making a video game. He’s partnered with The Odd Gentlemen, the studio behind The Misadventures Of P.B. Winterbottom, to make Wayward Manor. It’s a game about a ghost who needs to scare the living invaders out of its 1920s-era New England mansion. […]

  • Halftime Report

    What is your favorite game of 2013 so far?