Michael is new to the podcasting scene, with The Crispy Noodle Podcast marking his first foray into the world of internet radio. He also enjoys playing video games, reading, criticizing the Philadelphia Eagles, and being Italian. Currently, Michael is enrolled in Rosemont College’s Masters of the Fine Arts program for Creative Writing. He one day hopes to traumatize people of all ages with his writing. Until then, Michael will continue to bring his unique perspective to The Crispy Noodle.
Whereas some developers were interested in modern, 3D action-RPGs, others at Too Many Games 2015 wanted to relive the glory days of classic 2D turn-based RPG combat. Enter Wimbus Studios and their new retro inspired with a modern twist PRG, The Island of Eternal Struggle. I had to wait an […]
When covering Too Many Games 2015, many people tend to focus on the games themselves. The gameplay, the Kickstarter campaigns, how retro everything is — that kind of stuff. What sometimes gets lost is the personal stories of the indie developers behind the games. When I got my hands on […]
After covering Too Many Games for three years I’ve learned what to expect from the indie game showcase, where all the small local indie developers show off their latest in-development projects. Usually we get to sample a few twin stick shooters, mobile games, or top down adventures, so it came […]
Too Many Games 2015 has come and gone. This year we got our hands on some very interesting and ambitious indie games, played some fantastically funny card games, and spoke with tons of enthusiastic and passionate gamers and game developers. We were once again blown away by the sheer number […]
As the end of June quickly approaches, so to does one of our favorite local events: The Too Many Games Convention. For the past two years, we attended the convention to preview all the great indie video games, test out new tabletop games, watch the fun and informative panels, and […]