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  • 12/28 - Another Round of Manga

    So I figured I'd try to interest you guys in a few more manga. The difference this time is that not all of them are, let's say, child friendly. Some are violent and some a gory. Don't think that's the reason for me mentioning them. Despite... More
  • [31/31: The Movie | Part 29] Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

    Writer/director Paul WS Anderson has always had a great eye for camera angles, and he's improved enough at filming action sequences that they are now easy to follow and exciting to watch. Now if only he'd get someone else to write decent scripts... More
  • 8 Days Without Blogging: My 50th Post Hullaballoo... Whattup?

    (Hooray for me! I made it to the deep end!) Whattup GIO? I've been away, or lurking anyway, for over a week now. I had what I originally thought was a cool idea planned for a milestone I never planned on celebrating. Maybe it's a bit foolish to... More
  • True Social Game Experiences

    Do you remember back in the day when going to the classic Arcades on the weekends or throughout summer using lawn mowing money to play games. Such as Tekken, Mortal Kombat, Pacman, the original donkey kong, HydroThunder, etc. it was also a competition... More
  • [31/31: The Movie | Part 5] Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)

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    The characters come face to face with a bright yellow robot (known to fans as Cyrax). After defeating the robot, a marking on its shoulder, which is later revealed to be a tattoo -- a tattoo on a robot -- suddenly removes itself, transforming into small... More
  • Imscared: Miasmata Review

    Maybe I'm cynical, but it's often obvious to me that for all of the innovation and exposure Steam's brilliant Greenlight serve affords low-profile indie games, it also affords plenty of games free publicity that they didn't need in the... More
  • Why Gaming Addiction is a Legitimate Concern

    Addiction is serious. Time management is serious. Doing something with our lives is important. Why then do so many companies knowingly and intentionally exploit human psychology to foster addiction, and why do gamers just let it happen? Note: I've... More
  • Sixty Second Shooter Prime Review

    This is the review for Sixty Second Shooter Prime developed by Happion Laboratories. The game is an arcade twin-stick shooter that compares closely to Geometry Wars. It has a very minimalistic art style even the logo is of simple design. There are a few... More
  • 365/365 Day 155: The Rise Of PRE3: How E3 Might Be Changing, And What It Could Become

    Before you ask: yes, I came up with the "PRE3" name. Is it stupid? Maybe. Will it be applicable in the future? That remains to be seen. The Electronics Entertainment Expo is less than a week away now. The holidays are upon us, ladies and gentlemen... More
  • Toradora Review: Tigers and Dragons Playing Matchmaker

    Have you ever had a moment like this: You just got enough courage to put a love letter in your crush's bag, and then some mongrel picks up said bag and begins telling you that bag belongs to him and the bag beside it belongs to your crush who happens... More
  • 5 Game Ideas We Can Live Without

    5. Google- The Game The kind guys at just want to controll your whole life. Whether it's reading and saving all of your emails, text searches, or stock buying information, and then selling it to people in China, or showing you where China... More
  • The Paranormal

    So, I found my self watching and reading a lot of things that involve the paranormal - ghosts and such. I always have been in to this kind of stuff, but I never really realized how much it interested me. I find my self watching The Haunted every now and... More