Tonight on GeekNights, we review an old standby: Alhambra. As for the news, Europe is getting a Black DS Lite, and Microsoft is taking away its employees' local administrator authority.

Worst Week: Video Games

Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss the very worst of video gaming, focusing on the consoles and peripherals and including some discussion of the costs through the years. As for the news, there is Justice for All and new Macbooks.


All reports are in, it's the GeekNights E3 2006 podcast. We were originally going to cover all three major press conferences in one episode. However, Rym wussed out. Instead, we only cover the Nintendo DS and Sony. Be sure to tune in this Thursday for our commentary on the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft. Keep in mind that GeekNights just provides biased commentary on information we think is important. You can get all the latest complete and raw E3 news through In the news we've got Activision buying Red Octane and a DDR TV Show.


Tonight on GeekNights, we review Carcassonne and three of its expansions: The River, Inns and Cathedrals, and The Tower. In the news, we have the DARPA Grand Challenge 3 and Apple sticking to their guns on iTunes pricing.


Tonight on GeekNights, we review Caylus. In the news, an Infinium product is delayed and a Nintendo rumour is revealed.

Fury of Dracula

Tonight on GeekNights, we review Fury of Dracula. In the news, Microsoft faces a Lucent patent threat, and a video game store is hoisted by its own petard.

Tetris DS et al

Tonight on GeekNights, we review Tetris DS. In the news, Star Wars Kid sues and then settles with his "tormentors," and the PS3 won't likely have a strong E3 presence.

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