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  • Wii U, I Love You

    I don’t know how I feel about the Switch. Some parts of it sound cool – who doesn’t want to milk a digital cow? – but some of it doesn’t seem worth the hype. But here’s the thing, I’d be more willing to give the... More
  • Working On A Top 100

    If you follow my blogs then you may have noticed I've been doing a couple different series as of late. Tackling the Backlog and Does it Hold Up . They're both self-explanatory, but their purpose is multi-faceted. Somewhere in the long-running... More
  • The Case for a New Battleclash Part 1

    In late 1992 I was sixteen and had been enjoying my SNES for about a year. Super Mario World, Pilot Wings, F-Zero, Gradius III, U.N. Squadron, Super R-Type - I had gotten a pretty good haul from Christmas and Birthdays. But it seemed like something was... More
  • The Miraculous Path to the Super Bowl for my Player in Madden 17 (Part 2 - The Playoffs)

    After the playoff clinching drive in overtime against the Seahawks, the 49ers led by my quarterback came out of nowhere to snag the last wildcard spot in the NFC. My first opponent in the playoffs were the Falcons, a team that actually is in the Super... More
  • 2017 Gaming Update 1

    I did it! I finished the last XBOX 360 game. I powered through the last two sections of Dead Island. I can’t say I enjoyed the game. I gave it a 5.50, though the site is not displaying my score right now. Either way, the game is done. I had a lot... More
  • The Best Games Period - Honorable Mention - Star Stealing Prince

    A small, independent game released on Windows PC back in 2012. It was the indiest of indies, a title developed largely by one person using RPG Maker software. Many people outside the RPG Maker development community would never hear of Star Stealing Prince... More
  • On the Hunt!

    It was the time of day where light begins to shift into darkness. Night would soon be upon me. I pulled out my phone to see if there had been any new details on what I was hunting. There had been a few sightings reported and I had to follow those leads... More
  • Video Games As A Chance To Escape

    No, this is not a depression related post nor it is that I'm going through some issues on my end, I just realized that, video games as wide as they are, grant players that window to just go away for a while and let your mind worry about other things... More
  • The Land Of The Rising Sun, And All That Jazz...

    One of my fondest memories from my childhood was finding an arcade that had one of the environmental/cockpit cabinets of Outrun. Sega had a way of making arcade games feel like a day at a theme park. Besides having some of the most colorful, most sophisticated... More
  • The Problem with PC Gaming from a PC Gamer

    The Problem with PC Gaming from a PC Gamer I have been gaming my entire life and I PC gamed moderately through my childhood too. But I never really got into it until 5-7 years ago. And I say that because I don't really remember when I bought my gaming... More
  • Taking the Time to Play

    I wish I could say that I just took a vacation from blogging and gaming, but in reality, I just got too busy. The last couple of weeks feel like they took months between starting my last semester of college, work, volunteer commitments, getting into an... More
  • Top Ten Games of 2016

    It has been an eventful 2016 to say the least. I graduated high school, went of the college, made many new friends, watched the Cubs win a world series and witnessed what will likely be the most unorthodox presidential election cycle of my life. Still... More
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