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  • Gaming March Madness Round 5

    [As Read on SNo2 .] I’ve purposely waited several days before posting the most up to date bracketology kind of information on the results of the previous round- mainly so that it will somewhat coincide with the soon to follow Final Four round and... More
  • Persona 5 Damper's Polygon's Political Agenda... Boo Hoo

    Persona 5 is less than a week away and reviews from critics have dropped in, reception from critics has been mass acclaim, many going as far to say it is the PS4's best exclusive, and the new gold standard for the JRPG genre. Polygon's review... More
  • 31/31 Day 29-- Not Mass Effect: Andromeda Impressions

    Okay, so maybe these are technically impressions, but they’re based off of the first two hours, gameplay footage I’ve watched, and thoughts from other critics. This is much more of a ramble about why I’m not playing Andromeda and probably... More
  • 100th Blog Post? Wanna Hear a Secret?

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    Wow, I can’t believe I’ve only been blogging on here a little over a year and I’ve already reached 100. I’ve thought a lot about what I want to do to celebrate this moment, so I think I’m going to talk about my secret favorite... More
  • I Need a Break

    I know this is sudden and maybe something that most don't care about, but I need to take a break. I am literally running on no ideas at the moments and everything feels rushed when I right it. My last one was not, it was actually something I worked... More
  • The Promise of Oasis

    [As Originally Read on SNo2. ] The best thing I’ve read regarding the pilot of 2017’s Oasis is that it features Game of Thrones alum Richard Madden as a Scottish space priest- yes you read that correctly. And in a weird sort of way that’s... More
  • The Adventures Of A Gamer Teacher: An Invitation To Play

    Many have been the times when I have stated that I like to pin point that I learned English through video games when I teach English, but, what about when you have gamers in your class? Being a gamer teacher is one thing, but teaching people who actually... More
  • How Breath of the Wild Tackles Expectations Both in Game and From Fans

    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is yet another great entry in one of the most celebrated series in gaming. There is always a certain level of excitement and anticipation whenever a main entry in the series is announced and eventually released... More
  • 31/31 Day 28-- This New Tech Hasn't Got Me Interested

    This console generation is changing how we think about the notion of generations and the technological leaps made during them. The Scorpio, the Pro, and PSVR are the three big examples of such. None of which I have much interest in. When it comes to the... More
  • What Does the Uncertain Future of GameStop Mean for Retail Shopping?

    Before you could purchase downloadable content for your gaming console or even view previews for upcoming video games online, gamers flocked to retailers like GameStop to satiate their never ending hunger. In fact, many gamers have fond memories of visiting... More
  • Wolfenstein: What Would Have Really Happened If He Won?

    In the famous game, Wolfenstein, Hitler's ultimate plan was actually successful and the entire world was all his property, but how would have done it in real life? What would he have to change in his plans to succeed entire world domination in a span... More
  • 31/31 Day 27-- Stop Taking Genres So Seriously

    There are a few common game debates as painful as passing a kidney stone. Are games art? Yes. End of discussion. Are games causing people to be violent? Is this 90’s again? Is X even a game? Oh, *** off. And what genre a game is or isn’t.... More
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