Playstation And Xbox Booths At The 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) In Los Angeles
IN PHOTO: People walk past the Playstation and Xbox booths at the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, in Los Angeles, California June 10, 2014. Reuters/Jonathan Alcorn

Greg Miller, one of the better-known IGN regulars, has started off his 2015 with a bang as he and co-host Colin Moriarty has left the multimedia site to pursue other endeavors. Greg Miller leaves IGN after eight years and is well known for his love for video games, comic books and pro wrestling. During the site's countdown for the top 100 superheroes Miller wore a Superboy shirt to show his enthusiasm for the hobby and was always present for IGN's roster reveal for the WWE games. He also hosted numerous videos including reviews for numerous video games.

According to Polygon writer Colin Campbell who previously worked with Miller in IGN, they left to start their own Patreon funded entertainment site called "Kinda Funny Games." They managed to raise $30,000 to fund their site which resulted in them moving on from IGN.

"Kinda Funny Games" will have a central focus on video games, movies, comic books and television shows without the restrictions given to them by their former employer. The team will also have a variety of content, ranging from daily let's plays that will reportedly run from Monday to Friday to a live podcast titled the "Kinda Funny Gamescast" along with a new Twitch TV talk show hosted by Miller and Moriarty. There will also be a Youtube show called the "GameOverGreggy Show" which will feature Miller and his friends simply discussing random topics such as video games to alcoholic drinks and Oreos.

They also managed to hit three of their milestones and will participate in special videos, one of which will feature Moriarty trying to complete the classic Megaman games as fast as he can. The others will be more group oriented focusing on a Royal Rumble match with WWF No Mercy for the N64 and a 24 hour gaming stream.

The video from Patreon also gives details on why they left IGN and their ambiguous plans for the future including no longer bringing game news but rather analyzing and interpreting numerous games with their fans. Miller stated that making "Kinda Funny Games" is a dream come true for the former IGN contributor and is looking forward to what the future holds for him and his friends.

Why We Quit IGN - The GameOverGreggy Show Ep. 57 (Pt. 1) (Credits: Youtube/Kinda Funny)