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  • 31/31 Day 22: Guacamelee

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    Originally a PSN exclusive, Guacamelee was ported to the PC late 2013. Guacamelee is a tribute to the Metroidvania games that we don't see too often anymore. This game is full of secrets, branching paths that can only be unlocked with later powers... More
  • Fulfilling a Resolution - Playing the Five Games "Under the Radar"

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    Last fall, GameInformer magazine dedicated an issue to five games that had not generated their due buzz. Admittedly, the journalistic gaming community had a plethora of exciting titles to write about, not limited to Halo 4 , Grand Theft Auto V , Tomb... More
  • Backlog Explained - PS2

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    Alright, so not long ago I posted on my PS3 backlog. I explained how they got there, why they haven't been played, and my plans to actually play them. I plan to do this for every console in my collection, and the PS2 is next in line. My second largest... More
  • Xbox One or Playstation 4? I Choose...

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    Neither. Well, for the time being at least. I, like many others, was really looking forward to this years E3. Finally we would be able to see some next-gen games in action, after years of being in development. And for the most part, they didn't disappoint... More
  • My Game Announcement Wishlist

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    E3 is coming, while the show has certainly decreased in importance majorly, it still invites hopes and dreams for new games. So here's my list of unconfirmed games I want to see announced. Will all of these be announced? Hell no. But I can dream.... More
  • They aren't just games...

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    Currently I teach 6 grades. Not six graders, but six individual grades. My students go from 7th graders to Seniors in high school and I learned something today that will probably stay with me forever. What a 7th grader sees in a game is very different... More
  • The Most Pointless Debate

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    How do you define the term video game? It’s a seemingly innocuous question, yet it spurs so many pernicious "debates" amongst our community. Ones which only serve to fracture and alienate us from one another. Think back to the end of 2012... More
  • My Thoughts on E3!

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    Below are my thoughts on E3. These are the presentations that I looked most forward to. I have given what I thought it terms of games I wanted to see, tried to rate certain areas of each game (I know prematurely done). Many things should come to mind... More
  • 28/28 Day 20: How to Succeed at Gaming

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    Gaming is fun. It can also be hard. However, once one begins to play video games enough, one tends to pick up some pro tips and tricks to succeed, no matter what the game is. I am here to instruct you in the art of being victorious. If at first you don't... More
  • Bringing Something New to the Table

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    Only three days remain for you to contribute to a project that has the potential to revolutionize strategy gaming as we know it. Jon Shafer's At the Gates has more than doubled its modest Kickstarter goal and all but one of the team's stretch... More
  • Happy New Year from Game Over... continue?

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    Hey all, hope everyone had a nice holiday and a happy new year! Santa was very good to us this year, we found on Xmas Eve we are expecting our first baby! That's right people, Game Over... continue? is breeding! Lol, the current joke is that this... More
  • Keeping On Writing (We'll See Who Keeps On Reading)

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    You are most likely unaware but in January 2013 I committed myself to a weekly blog with a goal of roughly 52 blogs within 52 weeks. The emphasis wasn't on adhering to an immutable time limit but on consistently writing (which is my number one piece... More