Matt Mckeague
Contributing Writer

Matt is a writer living in Los Angeles, or more specifically, a large city located in California on Planet Earth in the Milky Way Galaxy of this particular universe. Odd, perpetual smirker and presumably human, Matt spends most of his time in darkened corners editing YouTube videos and writing sitcom scripts. If you happen to see the elusive Matt outside, speak in a calming voice with food pellets cupped in both hands - you might not scare him off.

Posts by Matt Mckeague
Guff Review: Star Fox Zero

Adorable animals in space... What could possibly go wrong?

Guff Review: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

You are now entering the epic twilight zone.

Guff Review: 'Xenoblade Chronicles X'

One of the largest console games ever made, 'Xenoblade Chronicles X' hits the Wii U.

Guff Review: 'Yoshi's Woolly World'

You go ahead and show me one time yarn was more exciting than this.

Guff Review: Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water

One killer game pleasantly murders the Wii U's family friendly image.

Guff Review: Super Mario Maker

Mario fans can finally build their brains out.

9 Badass Accordion Cover Songs You Need to Hear

These nine songs may not be meant for the accordion, but they're totally awesome anyway.

Guff Review: Splatoon

It”™s time to paint the town . . . with guns. Paint squirt guns.

Guff Review: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

Dark, disturbing, and downright delightful.

Guff Review: Xenoblade Chronicles 3D

A pleasantly overwhelming experience packed onto one little card.

Would You Eat Pet Food for Money? Weird Jobs That Really Exist

There”™s a plethora of peculiar professions out there for the taking.

15 Hilarious Nintendo Pranks to Play on Your Friends

Here are 15 delightfully evil pranks to fool even your most obsessive Nintendo fan friends.

Should We Police the Police?

When the cops go crazy, who ya gonna call?

5 Hard Life Lessons Learned From Video Games (Part 3)

Game through the pain of everyday existence.

5 Hard Life Lessons Learned From Video Games (Part 2)

Games teach us things that would normally take a lifetime of disappointment.