Welcome to Episode 72 of Parents Press Play. This week, in our 11th Annual Arbitrary Awards, we have three Dads together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames.

This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, Daniel,@ppmddad on Twitter, and Michael, @blitzz5 on Twitter, talk about our 2014 awards..


  • Best Surprise – Munchkin Treasure Hunt
  • Most Fun Collecting (sadly organizing too) dice: Marvel Dice Masters
  • Most disappointing game I actually wanted to be good: Destiny
  • Best Game that keeps changing itself: Diablo 3 for PC
  • Worst name for a new console: The New 3DS
  • STILL the Most Overly-Complicated Game based on Toys – Disney Infinity 2.
  • The most expensive, and fun, use of toys in games: Skylanders Trap Team
  • Gaming Trends that need to die in 2014: Broken games & Delays


  • Most disappointing film I will give a second chance to: Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Best Marvel Film I didn’t expect to like: Captain America the Winter Soldier
  • Best Animated film to fall asleep during: Big Hero 6


  • You Want This Because It Finally Came Out On Home Video And You Never Thought It Would – Batman 1966
  • Most Improved – Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Best spinoff show that is already doing better than the “parent” show- The Flash
  • Most fun reality shows 25 seasons later: Amazing Race
  • Best use of streaming TV: Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior.


  • Best Reissue You Didn’t Know You Need
  • Scruffy The Cat – The Good Goodbye
  • Most annoying song I can’t get out of my head: Everything is Awesome from the Lego Movie
  • Worst musical decision: Kevin Max leaving Audio Adrenaline and the band going praise and worship.


  • Most addictive way to spend your money: Apple Pay
  • Best use of a stick for your TV: Amazon Fire TV Stick
  • Best way to view your files at home: Plex


  • No Xbox One Bundle with Fantasia Music Evolved
  • Mariners Winning Season (Can they do it again?)
  • Can the Rangers go from Last to First (one of the three worst teams of last year)

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Until next time, Keep Pressing Play!


Kaleb Rutherford has had a passion and love of Games and Technology since he came out of the womb. From his earliest memories, he has always loved using the latest technologies and have been gaming since the Commodore 64.

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.