About Derek Byron

Derek Byron aka Poprawks is a passionate creative writer and Pokémaniac obsessed with more than just Pokémon. While he typically plays video games on his Nintendo consoles and handhelds, he also spends a great deal of time gaming on his PC. Graphic narratives are often his go to source for literary entertainment but, he is not afraid to crack open a large novel. He also thoroughly enjoys music of all kinds and will dance to just about any tune.

MediaFire Battles for Cloud Storage Crown

mf-logoIt seems that every day you hear more about cloud storage; that mystical technological endeavor that lets users hoard their documents, photos, music, videos, etc. in storage databases miles away from their devices, letting them free up their invaluable hard drive space. Today, MediaFire has released the free 2.0 update for its iOS cloud services application which has over 37 million registered users around the world and is quickly becoming one of the most popular personal cloud storage services around.

To download MediaFire for iOS, visit: http://bit.ly/1pJcSo1

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Shovel Knight Review

Capture16Shovel Knight is a classic side scrolling platformer like Mario and Mega Man combined with that childhood lust for beating the other kids in the sandbox with your plastic trowel. In other words, it’s a retro styled nostalgia trip that has the fun and excitement of an old school game with the added bonus of digging tools. Continue reading

Amiibo

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If you’re like me then you absolutely love buying little trinkets. Figures, plushes, replicas, keychain danglers, dongle charms, apple juice bottles and shag rugs are all in the realm of possibility for junk junkies. Anyway, you’ve seen the picture and read the title so I’ll cut to the chase. I’m here to talk about Nintendo’s new endeavor, Amiibo. Continue reading

Splatoon!

logoIf you’re a Nintendo fan then you should know that they’ve been dishing out some serious information for their future game releases. With an overload of heavy hitter information such as Super Smash Bros, Legend of Zelda and some other Mario franchise titles like Yoshi’s Wooly World and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker some of the other titles may have fallen under your radar, especially if you didn’t watch the live stream. The game I want to focus on is called Splatoon; a new and refreshing take on the 3rd person shooter style game due in 2015 for the Wii U. Continue reading