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  • Journal of a Mechwarrior Part 6

    Steadily I have been getting better at this. Before missions with a Difficulty Rating of two or higher were invitations to death and bankruptcy, now they are manageable. My trip to Sacromonte was not worth mention; another milk run, but when I picked... More
  • Best Games in the PlayStation Flash Sale this Weekend

    Stop by the PlayStation Store now for up to 75% off on games you might have missed. There are over 150 deals on offer, so hopefully you'll find something that suits your tastes and wallet. If you already have decision fatigue, here is a list of discounted... More
  • Gwent Beta: Rule Changes, Loot Boxes, and Trolls, Oh My!

    The Witcher 3’s surprise card game hit- Gwent- has its own free-standing game on the way. I grabbed my PS4, cranked up the tavern music, and gave the open beta a whirl. What I found was a game familiar in semblance but unfortunately different at... More
  • My Recent Speedrun Obsession

    I'm unfortunately truly love watching Let's Plays and Speedruns... and Speedruns are a very recent interest. And it's not simply about the spectacle about going fast. I've been playing games for a long time, and something that can and... More
  • Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions Review - A Welcome Return

    Developer: Alpha Dream Publisher: Nintendo A Nintendo 3DS Exclusive Mario has been no stranger to RPGs, he made his role-playing debut in 1996 with SquareSoft's Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. It didn't end there, as two spin-off series... More
  • GMC: Rainbow Six

    When I was a little boy, there were the games my dad didn’t let me play and the games I could definitely play. It wasn’t some kind of age restriction thing, my parents didn’t believe in that kind of thing, it was more of a difficulty... More
  • Nintendo 64 - The Console With a Distorted Legacy

    Many people today look back upon the Nintendo 64 with adoration. I’ve spoken to many gamers over the years which rank the system as one of their all time favourites, declaring their love for the many excellent Nintendo and RareWare titles the console... More
  • CoD Hate Hypocrisy

    As I read through the comments on the Back Ops 4 reveal trailer, I was not at all surprised to find largely negative reception by the community, primarily because of the lack of a traditional single player campaign. People claimed that for a full price... More
  • Zang Recomends: Shadow Blade: Reload (PS4)

    This is one of my favorite types of games. Fast paced platform jumping, sword swinging, and shuriken throwin’ action! Shadow Blade developed by Dead Mage (There other games look pretty cool too I think) was initially released as a mobile game in... More
  • The Delayed Games List Gets Longer Every Day

    Ubisoft has announced that Skull and Bones, the other pirate game announced at E3 2017, has been delayed possibly to 2020. I wouldn't dare argue with Shigeru Miyamoto's wisdom that "A delayed game is eventually good, a bad game is bad forever... More
  • Journal of a Mechwarrior Part 5

    As I sat in orbit around Linhauiguan, taking stock of all the damage, I realized it was worse than I thought. My repair schedule was sitting at 47 days and even though I had four auxiliary Mechs ready to go they were mostly Light Class and I was down... More
  • Review - The Alliance Alive (3DS)

    Light, Fluffy Fun As a Japanese RPG, The Alliance Alive is pretty accessible. The tone is upbeat and positive, but it never spills into saccharine territory. The story uses familiar tropes, but it also contains a unique world and a variety of characters... More
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