In 1997, Kaleb started CVGames and since then ttended and covered a variety of different events for the public including PAX, QuakeCon, E3, and many others. With over 20 E3 events covered, there isn't much that surprises Kaleb anymore in the industry as he has seen it all.
Kaleb is married to Emily and they have been together over 20 years. They have 4 boys who share a passion and love for technology and gaming as well.
Kaleb started Parents Press Play to begin podcasting and reaching a more casual segment of the world that tends to have coverage dominated by by "Hardcore," or "Core players. CVGames still exists to cover that section of users.
Combining CVGames and Parents Press Play together, Kaleb created CVGN: The Covering Video Games Network. While world domination is unlikely, our passionate team continues to strive to inform the different audiences with content we are passionate about.
After the creation of Mario 64 for the Nintendo 64, company after company attempted to surpass the quality it gave. Although Mario 64 was one of the first 3d platform games, nothing has been able to top it. Capcom, Eidos, Sony, Sega, and others have all tried to outclass Mario 64 as the premier 3d platform game.
Looking back on the years I have spent playing games, I can only recall a small number that actually changed the way I thought about gaming. These few games brought to life emotions inside of me that made the game come alive in a new way that other games just can’t do.
The first person shooter genre has been around since id Software’s Wolenstein 3D. With the release of Doom on the PC in 1993, this genre has taken off in popularity and hasn’t stopped yet. It seems that every system has about 5 or more first person shooters. The N64 is no exception.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
In this age of video games, developers seem to always make 3d games instead of good, old fashioned 2d games. Although three dimensional games seem to create better environments for gamers to explore, they are still very unpolished and lack the depth of a two dimensional game world.
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete
Back in the sixteen bit days, there was the SNES and the Genesis leading the way in gaming excellence. While the Super Nintendo Entertainment System had most of the best RPGs, Sega had a few gems up its sleeves with the Genesis and the Sega CD.
If the words weapons and fighting sound good together to you, Soul Blade, for the Sony Playstation, may be the game that you are looking for. Soul Blade places you in charge of ten characters. Each character has his or her own weapons and at least two different costumes to wear during a fight.
Disney’s Aladdin in Nasira’s Revenge
One of the most popular Disney characters in recent years, Aladdin, is back on the Playstation in Disney’s Aladdin in Nasira’s Revenge. While Aladdin titles in the past put our young hero in a two-dimensional world, Argonaut Software and Sony have moved the game world into “spiced-up” version of the Croc 2 game engine.
Time Crisis 2
After being disappointed with Silent Scope 1 and 2, I patiently have waited for a gun game to satisfy my shooting urges on the PS2. Since I am not a murdering criminal, I figured it would be best to wait for a realistic and fun shooter to make its way on the PS2 instead of practicing in real life.
Metal Gear Solid
I have never been a huge fan of Konami. During the NES days, I spent very little time on their products. When the SNES was out, even less time was spent on Konami products than from the NES years. All that has changed however. While this era of Playstation has gone on, I have experienced several classic titles from Konami.
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