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  • 31/31 Day 26-- How Open Worlds Need to Rethink Transportation

    I, like many others, have had a great many ups and downs with the open world genre in the past five or so years. There are many of them and so few doing anything to stand out. Insert my millionth criticism of cookiecutter Ubi-worlds and the dreck they’ve... More
  • Gaming March Madness Round 4

    [As Read on SNo2 .] Now that the real-life Final Four has been set in terms of Men’s Basketball March Madness, it’s time for us to move onto our next stage in the virtual world. Who will come out on top and who will be upset? Well, you’re... More
  • In Honor To Blog Herding

    2 years ago, GameInformer saw the revival of a very special feature the community had been longing for. Such feature called: Blog Herding, was not only brought back to life but renowned with 2 extra free-to-have DLC additions that most of us have sure... More
  • Thoughts on Mass Effect Andromeda

    I commented on GI's site a while back that I didn't think EA had a lot of confidence in Andromeda, and that's why it was launching in March without a lot of fanfare. I think I got a reply or two that pointed out that there was advertising... More
  • Top 5 Forgot Gems

    There are games that are given lots of attention and there are those games that don't have an eye laid on them at all. I have seen lots of those kinds of games lately and I want to talk about it. I know there can be a lot of games to name for most... More
  • 31/31 Day 25-- I've Been Cheating

    I haven’t played Breath of the Wild in over 24 hours. I think I might be going through some sort of withdraw. I do however enjoy these little breaks. They’re important to anyone trying to keep up with an multi-billion dollar industry. Late... More
  • BotW: The New Standard For Open World Exploration

    There I was, scaling a larger than life pillar to get to the shrine at its peak. I clung to a portion of the wall with just a short distance left before reaching the top when the rain hit. I slid down a bit and was forced to halt my progress until things... More
  • Golf Clapping For Bulletstorm

    Bulletstorm is one of my favorite shooters that, sadly, suffered the not-give-a-*** downfall of Games For Windows Live that took a lot of games with its sinking ship. It was a charming game full of goofball humor, tense shooting, and creative ways to... More
  • A Brief Exchange With David Baggett, Co-creator of Crash Bandicoot


    I got a hold of co-creator Crash Bandicoot! See what he had to say here!

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  • 31/31 Day 24-- Xbox One Does Have its Moments

    Early in this 31/31 I discussed why I not only have chosen the PS4 as my console of this generation, but see why so many others have as well. It’s the better offer. Microsoft and the Xbox One aren’t without some advantages. Since the horrendous... More
  • Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

    In the past few years there hasn't been a game that has piqued my interest more than Horizon Zero Dawn. It was the coolest game I saw during E3 2015 and I followed it closely after its reveal. After finishing the main campaign I thought I may as well... More
  • zombie's Tips for NieR: Automata

    Disclaimer #1 - The following is a statement of opinion, my opinion of course. My opinion is not your opinion and vice-versa. Though at times they may resemble, do not confuse them for one another. If you plan on commenting all that I ask is to be sure... More