Our Geeky Favorites of 2012 – g33kWatch Podcast

Thus ends the year of 2012.  Let's try and improve in 2013!2012 was a very odd year.  It probably feels like we all say that about every year, but for this year it seemed to be really true.  The website got a lot of traffic because of some amazing articles about Bob Anderson, Disturbing Horror Movies, and Edison’s Tale of Meeting the Avengers.  So you know, that’s pretty awesome.  Website also saw a little bit of downtime as we worked hard on making Mass Effect Marathon 3 a rousing success.

Last week we talked about some of the holiday traditions we had, along with a new schedule for our content updates.  This week, we talk about our favorites, disappointments and the failures from the past year.  We focus in on movies and video games, as we like to do, but we also delve into some other areas as well.

Every year that comes to a close, I am reminded of the humble beginnings of this website.  I want to thank everyone for the last few years and helping to make this silly little site grow to something much more than that.  All of the kind words that our fans give us is really what keeps us going.  Here’s to another great year, and to many more to come in the future.


Mr. Khon’s Best Movies of the Year

  • The Whiteboard is one of the best parts of Cabin in the WoodsLooper
  • Skyfall
  • Cabin in the Woods
  • The Avengers
  • The Dark Knight Rises
  • Django Unchained
  • Life of Pi
  • Compliance
  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

Movie Dissapointments

  • The Hobbit

Movie Fails

  • John Carter
  • That’s My Boy
  • Red Dawn

Joey V’s Best Games of the Year

  • The story of your XCOM squad becomes the best narrative of the yearXCOM: Enemy Unknown
  • Far Cry 3
  • Mass Effect 3
  • The Walking Dead
  • The Darkness II

Game Dissapointments

  • Need For Speed: Most Wanted
  • Diablo III

Game Fails

  • Darksiders II

Joseph Valenti

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