Too Many Games 2014


The Crispy Noodle at Too Many Games 2014

The Crispy Noodle at Too Many Games 2014

Holy video games, Batman, that was A LOT of games. Too Many Games 2014 is over, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t have plenty of coverage for you guys.

We had a blast covering the convention this year in Oaks, PA, and we came away with plenty of photos, videos, and fun stories. We got to try the virtual reality headset, the Occulus Rift, we sampled the latest indie games and brand new strategy card games, we chatted to some incredible cosplayers, we saw the coolest Mario themed car, and we even ran into the Angry Video Game Nerd himself. And, of course, we made sure to play our fair share of games.

Make sure to check out the whole video playlist on our YouTube channel.

Check out the gallery below to see some of the amazing moments from Too Many Games 2014 (use the controls to flip through the pictures, or let them scroll by on their own. Please give it a chance to load…there’s lots of photos!).

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If you’re interested in learning more about the Too Many Games convention, make sure you follow Too Many Games on Facebook, Twitter, and their website so you can stay up to date. We had so much fun this year and we can’t wait for Too Many Games to be even bigger and better next year. Be sure to come back often this week as we continue to update and post more content from our adventure at Too Many Games 2014.

Michael Costanzo (51 Posts)

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.


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