About REZD.tv

Welcome to REZD.tv!

REZD is the culmination of our 13+ years of podcasting about videogames. As a collective we decided to stop podcasting on our own and came together to create a place that we can talk about anything geek. While we will most definitely have a heavy gaming focus, here you’ll be able to find us talk about Movies, Disney, LEGO, Comics, TV Shows.. even Wrestling and other sports! Basically, if it’s geeky it’s here on REZD.tv. So please enjoy your stay, poke around, and let us know if there is anything we should cover or if you would like to help out around here.


The REZD.tv Team!

Lloyd Hannesson
Co-Founder of REZD.tv

Lloyd has been podcasting about his love of videogames since 2004. From the PSP Podcast to his newest show DeREZD and beyond, Lloyd has been sharing his passion with listeners and viewers world wide. Lloyd also finds it very awkward typing in the third person.

He also likes cake.

Will Kelley
Co-Founder of REZD.tv

Co-Host of the DeREZD PSVR, Pole Position and Inside Kingdom Hearts podcasts!

Will is a new dad with a love for all things video games and is often playing driving and racing simulation games. When not behind the wheel you can often find him with a PSVR headset strapped to his face!

Stephen Munn
Mr. Castlevania

Stephen is the co-host for the Nintendo Pulse and Retro Pulse podcasts! A life long gamer with an above average collection of Castlevania games (Basically every game that has been published CIB), Stephen loves to talk about gaming, JRPGs and his Nintendo Switch. Not Pokemon though. Never Pokemon.

Lem Fillyaw
Social Media Rockstar

As our very own Bad Gamer, Lem takes on all of the hardest and scariest games for our Twitch viewers’ pleasure. When not running from Zombies or hunting robotic animals, Lem can be found manning our Social Media presence.

Our Review Scale

Here at REZD.tv we’ve adopted a one to five star review scale with half stars where needed for our written and video reviews. While we are of the belief that games are either worth owning or not, we felt that having a scale would help some people make a buying decision. You can read what we mean by each score below.

One Star:
Nobody in their right mind would enjoy this incomplete, broken, and otherwise fun-free game. It’s not worth playing, no matter what price, under any circumstances. Avoid it like you’d avoid a cancerous injection.

Two Stars:
A hum-drum or been-there-done-that experience hampered by too many major issues to count. Hardcore fans of the series/genre might be willing to overlook the issues, but everyone else should consider a rental over a purchase.

Three Stars:
A decent game with a few notable flaws that only slightly detract from the core enjoyment of this recommendable title. It won’t knock anyone’s socks off, but it’s a good enough game that a lot of folks will be fine with dropping the full retail price on it. Worth checking out, if only for a weekend.

Four Stars:
A really awesome gaming experience all around. Any flaws are easily swept under the carpet in lieu of everything else that makes this game so entertaining. It’s hard to be disappointed by this game.

Five Stars:
This game will rock your f@#&ing world. It’s a brilliant addition to the genre and will be the standard by which most other titles are measured. A truly outstanding must-own that anyone with a remote interest should immediately get on board with. Once they are, they’ll be on for a long time.