Brandon Dayton

It's time to play with myself and yell at my computer!! My name is Brandon Dayton, I do video game reviews for as well as standup comedy from time to time. Now I can add a Lets Play channel to the list! I hope you're as excited as I am! Feel free to friend me on Steam, or on a social network. I'm nicer than I seem! Currently performing sporadically at Flappers Burbank, The Ontario Improv, The LA Improv, The Comedy Store, The Haha Cafe, and The Malo Cantina. Send me a message or see below for show dates! Check me out on And/or stalk the twitter I'm also on Anook! Twitch stream? [email protected] PST: Visiting my website is also a thing! For business inquiries: [email protected]

Review : I Am Bread (Early Access)

Brandon Dayton takes a look at I Am Bread, by Bossa Studios, makers of Surgeon Simulator. Making the leap from renowned surgeon to slice of bread is never easy, but this game surely does it with some surprisingly unexpected style, all while injecting Bossa's wacky trademark humor.

Review : It’s A Wipe

Brandon Dayton takes a long look at It's A Wipe, an interesting and intensely difficult MMO guild-management simulator with a great sense of humor about itself.

Review : Satellite Reign (Alpha)

Brandon Dayton takes another sneak peek at a game that won't be released on Steam until December 11th. This action/strategy game is set in a cyberpunk future offers a very cool aesthetic, and gameplay that is both tense and fun.

Review: The Deer God

Brandon Dayton takes a look at Deer God, a shockingly gorgeous Early Access platformer for Steam and Android. Mate with ladies to save the game. So good.

Review : 1Quest

Brandon Dayton has another sneak preview, this time it's 1Quest. This roguelike dungeon-crawler will be available tomorrow, but you can preview it here now!

Review : Survivor Squad Gauntlets (Early Access)

Brandon Dayton takes an in-depth look at a fantastic zombie RTS called Survivor Squad Gauntlets. An engaging, top-down game about murdering the undead.

Review : Never Alone

Brandon Dayton takes a look at this charming, story-based, casual platformer set in the Alaskan wilderness. All about a strong little girl and a clever little fox.

Review: Why So Evil?

A never ending masochistic "adventure" that tests the limits of human endurance.

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