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  • The Problem with Genre

    There is nothing more disheartening for a gaming enthusiast such as myself to hear than two people arguing about the quality of inherently different games. This is a trap that is perpetuated by our inherently broken genre system for video games. Our Genre... More
  • Batman sequel a real possibility, says co-founder Sefton Hill

    It seems like Rocksteady Studios is ready for a sequel to it's latest cape crusader vigilante, Batman: Arkham Asylum. While not officially announcing anything, co-founder Sefton Hill recently gave a little hint that the sequel could very well be a... More
  • Brandon and Strafe Go To Hooters

    Have you ever had one of those days where you really, really crave something and you'll stop at nothing to go get it? This is my story of me and Brandon's goal to go to Hooters for the first time ever. Back in high school, Brandon and I were sort... More
  • What to epxect from new zelda

    Here are some of the ideas I have for new Zelda Make fishing opitional!: That was the one thing I hated about twilight princess. Get the fish and feed to the cat just let me go into battle like Ocarina of Time. Bring back the Ocarina!: That's the... More
  • Keep it realistic.

    I started thinking about this while i was reading GIs suggestion to be able to carry more weapons in the next Halo. I am one of those gamers that likes things to be kept as realistic as possible. I would hate to see this suggestion to come true, because... More
  • The Never Ending Argument Vol. 10

    Hello, folks, and welcome to The Never Ending Argument!!! Again! For the tenth time... Anyway, for this momentous occasion, I thought I'd bring in the big guns. The head honcho of arguments. The big cheese of ponderings. Grand Theft Auto. For years... More
  • The Comics Group Says "You're Welcome"

    1 is a magical place. An interactive wonderland of gaming information it does not just keep us occupied, it keeps up informed. It’s dynamic news-feed which updates us with every tidbit of gaming news that is worth knowing, the staff... More
  • 31/31 Day 7- The Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    Note: There are spoilers in this blog. Read at your own risk. I looked around from the top of Link's tree house. I never expected the first Legend Of Zelda game I've ever played to impact me so much. Just the music left me in awe. As i traveled... More
  • Playing At War: Could Video Games One Day Help Resolve Global Conflicts?

    In 1913, esteemed author H.G. Wells (a well know pacifist) wrote a book on waging war, thought it might not be the kind of war you're thinking of. In his book Little Wars, Wells detailed a set of rules for playing war games using miniature toy soldiers... More
  • SFA Day 24: The Best Gaming Shows On the Web

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    As I've recently mentioned, I spend a lot of time watching and reading about games online. In my time browsing online, I have come up with a few favorites, and wanted to share them. If you have any you would add, let me know in the comments. Replay... More
  • [WGWC #5] The no one


    Interesting topic for this week's Writer's Guild challenge series, one that is related to my previous blog. This is my response.

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  • Up to Stuff...

    Whether any-one's noticed or not I haven't been blogging much lately. I've still got plenty to say, it's just that ideas haven't exactly been flowing for the past couple of weeks. In an effort to get back in to the swing of things... More