Jason Fanelli is a tried-and-true Philadelphian, having lived in Delaware County for his entire life. He’s a veteran of the games industry, covering it for over a decade with bylines on The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, IGN, and more. He currently hosts the Cheesesteaks and Controllers podcast on iHeartRadio for Fox Sports Radio in Philadelphia.
Today during Wizards Of The Coast's Weekly MTG livestream, we got our first glimpse at over 40 of the cards that will be available in the Magic: The Gathering Fallout Commander decks when they launch on March 8.
Ubisoft's latest platformer, Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, aims to put players right back into the center of the legendary franchise. Yet how does it hold up, and does it make for a fitting return for the series?
As a card-carrying Fighting Game Enjoyer for Jason's entire 30-plus years gaming, there have been many a controller that graced his hands. Now, Jason puts Razer's leverless Kitsune fight stick through its paces. How does it hold up against the competition?
Insomniac had its work cut out for it with Spider-Man 2. To say expectations were high going into this sequel is an understatement, buffered by both the first game's major success and the bridge between console generations that was Miles Morales. So how does it stack up?
If you're not up on your trading card games at the moment, Ravensburger recently entered the realm with a major IP up its sleeve: Disney Lorcana is here. We've got an exclusive look at one of the latest cards coming with The Rise of the Floodborn set on November 17th.
A video game taking the form of a Broadway musical is a much rarer affair, and Stray Gods is a perfect example of what makes that adaptation so difficult. Yet, it has a lot going right for it, and is a fun experience.
WrestleQuest brings the world of wrestling to a turn-based RPG, combining the two rather seamlessly into a solid first effort. Jason breaks down the nostalgia-fueled, pro wrestling - RPG hybrid down in his latest review.