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  • Bowling With Trebuchet

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    I’ve discovered that I’m not a physics major. 'Don’t quit your day job', as the saying goes. Nevertheless, I persevered and crushed all the castles with my mighty Trebuchet. I feel like roaring, mostly because the 24th one gave... More
  • What is Up With the Special Retail Editions of Games?

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    Lar's Law of Special Game Editions: As an item's relevance to a game decreases, the likelihood that item will be included in the special edition increases. The process of brainstorming follows two easy steps: Come up with a bunch of ideas, but... More
  • That Gat Dang Dead Island Statue, I Tell Ya What

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    This is gonna be my first blog post thingy. Just a short rant. Because.. yeah. So, here we go. It really bums me out when a developer feels they have to apologize for their products because someone's gotten a little offended. It feels like Western... More
  • Uh Oh... Now my Father is Involved in "The BRONY Quest"

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    Soon after, my announcement of "The BRONY Quest", my father was driving me to school. I pointed out my initiation of "The BRONY Quest", and he laughed. Then he dropped a bomb on me: He said he may sit around and watch the cartoon with... More
  • The Walking Dead Season Two: "In Harm's Way" Review

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    Telltale Games cleans house again in the midpoint of The Walking Dead Season Two, sacrificing many faces introduced in past episodes for the sake of our young heroine.

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  • Blog Post #7: An Impressive Backlog, Much?

    I, like many others, have a rather impressive backlog of video-games just waiting to be played - games that I really wanted to play throughout the year, but simply did not have the money to cough up at the time. This is a list of my personal backlog ... More
  • Driver: San Francisco (Xbox 360)

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    I grabbed Driver:San Francisco from a Red Box about an hour ago. A friend of mine kept raving about how great the game was and how much he enjoyed it, so I decided I'd sacrifice a couple bucks and check it out. Obviously, you can't get a full... More
  • A Tale About The Magic Land Of GIO(Fantasy Blog)

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    In a galaxy that is far,far away there were three planets,all three planets were a member of the GIO Union. The first planet was called Blog Section,a little place where people let their imagination and ideas fly around,making the planet more and more... More
  • Technological Modifications Of The Human Body:Future Or Downfall?

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    From the very beginning the human race had interest in everything,in the world,they had the desire to discover new things,gain knowledge about what surrounds them. That desire is hidden in our DNA,it is a bonus that every human has. People use their knowledge... More
  • 30/30 Day 20: Character Comparison: Kratos and The Hulk

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    With the announcement of God of War: Ascension, I thought of all the people Kratos could possibly rip to shreds. He practically killed every other God and famous hero so who is going be left? Does he still have anger left in the tank? Shouldn't Kratos... More
  • My Excitement (and Concern) for Batman: Arkham Knight

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    Hello all, Windmill here with a new blog. As I'm sure many of you are probably already aware Rocksteady's next batman game Arkham Knight is coming later this year and it is slated to be the last Batman game in the Arkham series, at least as far... More
  • Classics still classic?

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    I am not ashamed to say that I am old. I grew up with certain games that molded me into the gamer that I am today. Some of them nobody has heard of, but that is changing with the current influx of reboots. When I read the announcement about developers... More