The mission of the Alpha Nerds Guild is to connect Veterans, Law Enforcement Officers, and First Responders with PTSD/TBI together to create network of support.

We have created a network of like-minded individuals that are able to help through peer-support, gaming, or just meeting and making new friends. We are on every social media platform from Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, and more such as Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. Join us.


To provide a means to deliver a gaming console to a veteran/leo/first responder that has been diagnosed with a psychological disorder related to their sacrifice for the American public.


In order to help our Veterans, LEO’s, and First Responders we need your support to help them. Please consider donating, we have recurring donations for as little as $1 a month!

Get Involved

Check us out on our main group at Facebook. We have several places to get involved – Peer Support, Gaming, Writing, and/or just general invlovement. 

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Check out our online magazine comprised completely of our Nerds! We write engaging content, share dynamic press releases from some of the biggest names in gaming like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft.  Our articles also consists of engaging how-to’s and inspirational works for the just-in-case needs!

We also have a podcast by the same name: make sure to check it out on our YouTube Channel.

Aztech Forgotten Gods Review

Aztech Forgotten Gods is a third person action adventure game. They're a dime a dozen these days so they need to do something to set themselves apart from the rest of the crowd. Aztech Forgotten Gods, has some flaws, but overall it does a good job standing out from...

Spider-Man Now Way Home Swings into Theaters

Since 2002 there have been 13 feature films that have either featured the character Spider-Man or a supporting character of his. And since small bits of news about Spider-Man No Way Home have been released, it’s left many wondering how the MCU would combine all...

Bright Memory: Infinite – The Review

Bright Memory: Infinite is two parts gorgeous tech demo and one part developer miracle. First bursting onto the scene last year with the prologue Bright Memory- Episode 1 being shown off during an Xbox showcase. First impressions were that this was a big budget title...

Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa Review

When I first saw the trailer for Hindsight 20/20: Wrath of the Raakshasa, I thought it looked like a really interesting game. The combat looked interesting, the art style looked amazing, and it looked like it had an interesting story. I was given a review code for it...

Kena: Bridge of Spirits – Review In Progress

You enter a beautiful forest at night with the only light visible to you being the moonlight shining through the trees, a dozen dull blue crystals scattered throughout the distance and the reddish glow of an angry spirit waiting for you to get closer so it can grow...

Dreamscaper Review

Roguelikes have become really popular the last few years. Their constantly changing nature and frequent deaths and restarts help flesh out a game. You can get a lot of gameplay without massive worlds. With the flood of Roguelikes, each one has to do something to set...

Review for America The Motion Picture

It’s an old proverb that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. But those that were half asleep during history class might come up with a different way of retelling it. That’s the quickest way of describing Netflix’s latest adult animated film...

Biomutant – Review in Progress

I first saw Biomutant a few years ago. At that point, we didn't know a whole lot about it but I think the aesthetic was cool. Anthropomorphized animal characters have always piqued my interest. I'm not a furry, not that there is anything wrong with that, but I am fan...

Find Your Home Among the Clouds in Dazzling AAA MMORPG Swords of Legends Online

After a hard-fought battle, nothing is more enticing to a legendary warrior than the thought of retreating to their own humble abode, especially if said abode floats above the chaos! In Swords of Legends Online — the dazzling upcoming AAA massively-multiplayer online...

Outbreak Endless Nightmares Review

When I saw Outbreak Endless Nightmares it reminded me of the first few Resident Evil games. I hadn't played a horror game in a while so I figured I would give it a shot. After all, I have fond memories of playing Resident Evil 2 on the PlayStation. I was quickly...

Alpha Nerds Guild was founded in 2017 after a night of gaming. Several Veterans were playing together and the next thing you know we we creating a way for Veterans to reach out through and talk to one another!

Alpha Nerds Guild helps out Veterans, LEO's, and First Responders through gaming and communication; from the pages of Facebook and Discord to the screens of World or Warcraft and Dungeons and Dragons. We are a family, just reach out!