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  • A Gamer By Heart

    Despite the shortcomings my gaming life have had as of late, here I am doing what the energy problem took again from me: blogging. I do have electricity, yeah, but it continues to come and go at unexpected intervals, thus internet connections in my city... More
  • What I Want From E3 2016

    In case you haven't heard, E3 2016 is just around the corner. It's the best time of year to be a video game fan as developers wow us with footage of upcoming games, both new and unannounced. Normally, I would take the time to write up some predictions... More
  • Amnesia: Hopes and Dreams

    The Council of Knights surround the sisters in the council room. There are three flags with different emblems on it. One has an Eagle on a orange flag carrying a bundle of weapons. Another with a skull on a black flag with a red jaw and a bullet hole... More
  • The Girls of Summer: Child of Light

    I’m starting this series strong with what may be the best game for girls that I’ve ever played. While this is a game that I would recommend to anyone, there’s no arguing that this is a game designed for girls by bringing the princess... More
  • Seven greatest romances in video games, and seven of the not-so-great.

    I was inspired by this week's article discussing romances in video games, and decided to share my favorites and least favorites. Who is nauseatingly cute, and who needs to break up ASAP? Find out below! Commander Shepard and Garrus- Mass Effect 2... More
  • Non-Verbal Communication as a Tool to Combat Harassment

    Splatoon sparked controversy last year when PR revealed that the game would not include voice chat. Forums and online publications spammed the internet with claims that this would diminish the tactical potential of group play, and ultimately take away... More
  • Let's Talk About Uncharted 4's Ending

    Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is a masterpiece of a game. It caps off Nathan Drake's saga of adventures expertly and the folks at Naughty Dog continue to demonstrate their masterfulness at developing video games. Between Jack & Daxter , the Uncharted... More
  • Cherishing E3 as We Know It

    The 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is quickly approaching. It’s one of my favorite times of the year and has become somewhat of a holiday in my family—well, at least among the gamers in my family. I didn’t know anything about... More
  • 3 Xbox One Games You Should Try

    Not every Xbox One game that releases gets the attention they deserve, some good games are just waiting for you to discover them. Today I give you 3 recommendations in case you didn't know what to try on your shiny Xbox One. The best game collection... More
  • Do You Remember That Part Where The Bourne Identity Has One of the Best-Implemented Sex Scenes in a Thriller?

    Because I do. Thrillers are about keeping the viewer on the edge of their seat, giving grammas heart palpatations, and making suburban moms exclaim "He's got a gun!" to the whole damn theater. These types of movies are about action, but... More
  • Video Game Death: Connecting with Characters

    There have been quite a few posts recently about video game deaths and the impact they have on us. I cannot speak to how they impact me on a personal level, but there have been a game or two that really hit me with a feeling of loss with the death of... More
  • The Narrative Missteps of Uncharted 4

    Listen – I’m a huge fan of Uncharted 4 . I had a great time experiencing its setpieces, dialogue, and narrative. That being said, it still suffered from lots of deeply structural problems that diminished the effectiveness of its narrative... More