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  • Drop Zone Alpha (A short story)

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    Another short story, although this time I had to cut it short due to the fact I had other creative writing to do for school. As it is, it was a simple practice run with changing perspectives and sci-fi military tone. It takes inspiration primarily from... More
  • Mirror's Edge: Catalyst Critique

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    I’ve longed desired the return of Mirror’s Edge . The original is the epitome of a creative new IP with its fair share of rough edges, but comes shining through nevertheless. Despite some not so hot reviews, I was confident I’d enjoy... More
  • Monthly Pickups: February '13

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    Well looks like this month has come to a close.A couple of exciting games came out, but other than that, this month is quite small in comparison with others. I didn't make any trips to the swap meet, and money has been tight. However, I'm fairly... More
  • Generation Gap

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    I'll start out by saying I'm 18 years old and grew up with a nintendo 64, and a SNES. Later we got a gamecube, and I didn't enter the current generation till 2008 with a Xbox360 as a Christmas gift. Later I got a PS3 and I also have a decent... More
  • My Assassin's Origin Story

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    Ever since he was five Damian Snow has had nightmares that he could never explain. There were nights when the nightmares were mild, others that made him wet his bed. At first his parents thought him crazed, but when he suddenly knew how to fight, climb... More
  • Dragonbored Day 1 - Here Lizard Lizard Lizard...

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    **This is part one of a series I'm doing on my website. In short, I hate Skyrim as much as everyone else in the world loves it. So I'm forcing myself, like the idiot I am, to play the entire thing, DLC and all. For a more colorful description... More
  • The value of a character

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    If there's one thing people like to get behind, it's a hero. This is readily apparent in all areas of life whether we talk about religion, entertainment, wartime, or an individual's existence. While propaganda has a general negative connotation... More
  • Attempting something New

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    My day is pretty basic. Teach, teach, teach, lunch, teach, teach, basketball practice, walk dog, then its 5:30pm and it becomes video games with my wife or alone while she grades papers (best part of being a PE teacher, no papers to grade except for health... More
  • 365/365 Day 163: My Top Ten Games Of E3 2014

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    This year's E3 has been the best in recent memory for most of us, I think. While most people seem to agree that Ubisoft and Electronic Arts had mediocre showings, everyone seems to have been ignited by all that Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft gave us... More
  • My Favorite Video Game Developers: Part 1

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    Its an understatement to say there are many great games out there, but we know that all the games we know and love wouldn't exist or would suck if it weren't for the developers that put their blood, sweat, and tears into whatever game they are... More
  • Sprays: The good, the bad, and the ugly.

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    THE GOOD: Something innocent, adorable, or clever (or all three) The Bad: \ ^(this is my spray) Since The Bad may get me banned, I'll explain it to you guys. Two words: Almost Porn. Also, racism. Which is almost as bad as... THE UGLY: Since The Ugly... More
  • my top 5 childhood games

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    #5 zoo tycoon, when i was a small kid i loved this game. i loved the idea of running a zoo and getting cash for it. i also loved the fact that i could mess with the prices and make a soda cost 3$ it was a great simulator. #4- spyro year of the dragon... More