The lights are on
Summer is nearly over and many gamers have already
survived the distress of heading back to school. If you're in need of a
break and would like something video game inspired to
read, look no further than one of these blogs or user reviews submitted by the
September 02 – September 08, 2013Number of User
Blogs: 67Number of User
Bloggers: 44Number of User
Blogs Herded: 8
10 Worst Things To Happen While Playing A GameA humorous but unfortunately
all-too-true list of common inconveniences responsible for disrupting our games
provided courtesy of Refle18. Have any of these ever happened to you?
Games To Power Through In A WeekendSummer is drawing to an end and
schools across the country are back in session. If you find you don't have as
much time to play video games now, Still_InsaneXI22 has a list of games you can
And Video Games: Archetypes And RPGsBlogging newcomer BrightestDays
analyzes the psychology of video games and some of the traditional character
types often associated with video games and other forms of media.
Things I Would Love To See In Dragon's Dogma 2Capcom announced over a year
ago its plan to develop the Dragon's Dogma brand into a major franchise,
which makes thegodofwine7 happy enough to write about what he wants to see in a
The Complete TaleIt's been awhile since we've
heard from Kyle Wadsworth, but he's back and bringing plenty of screen shots to
complement his blog about Arcania: The Complete Tale.
Three One-Offs That Deserve A SequelMost of us have a certain game
(or two) we're passionate about and long for the day we see a sequel. Josh
Straub discusses three games he thinks are deserving of a successor.
Strength, And The Last Of UsThe Last of Us has definitely
given the rest of us something to talk about. Ace13 tackles one of the more
sensitive issues present in the game with the highest degree of
Top Ten Games I Wish I Could Play Again For The First TimeNo matter how many times you
replay a game, you can only play it for the first time once. Eric Watson reminisces
about a handful of games he wishes he could replay for the first time all over
Cell: BlacklistSam Fisher is
back in the seventh chapter of the Splinter Cell series. John Wrek provides all of the vital intel in his review of Blacklist, a game
most critics awarded respectable scores to.
Souls Review – A World Of Hurt AwaitsAndrew Marcos fights his way through
Dark Souls and lives to tell about it in this review describing how extremely
difficult the game can be, but how rewarding it is once you're finally able to
City Undercover: The Chase Begins ReviewAs surprising as it might be, some Lego
games manage to attract even the most hardcore gamers. After reading Buddy
Acker's review, it doesn't sound like Lego City Undercover is one of those games.
Saints Go Out On TopWith a weapon called the
Dubstep Gun, how can you not like the new Saints Row? If you still haven't made up your mind, jconner800's review might persuade you one way
or the other.
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Your friendly neighborhood blogging community (09/02/13
Afreindofurs; airbornebovine; Alex; Angry Adam; Arnulfo Hermes; Big Boss Xl;
Boss Kowbel (3); boxcar182 (4); BrightestDays; Buddy Acker; cerpintaxman;
Chelsea Pruitt; codforlife; Di5a5terp13ce; Dima; DrJoeystein; Epic Professor
(2); Eric Watson; General Mills44 (3); Hawke; jackson stone (2); Jerome Moore
Jr; John Wrek (7); Josh Straub; Juanolo XI; Kayla Herrera; Kyle Wadsworth;
LetMeGetToACheckpoint; Lil J Moore (2); Paradigmthefallen (4); Prince of Snark
Euphoric Ennui I; Refle18 (2); rhotaphota; schmidtyfro; Solid Shoob;
Still_InsaneXI22; StonedMagician (2); The Destroyer; The Rolling Gamer;
thegodofwine7; Tim Gruver (2); VANNAHFØX THE TRIFØRCE WIELDER (2); and xl9.
Video Game Archives – Quote of the Week:"No need for a manual or a steep learning
curve, which I think is the key to a great game." – Chris Taylor
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