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  • Technological Modifications Of The Human Body:Future Or Downfall?

    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
  • Gaming: New Era Vs. Old Era - Part 1

    Hi gamers! Today, I was digging through my Gaming History (which is a long list of games played) and I remembered the good days where the PSX and the N64 were the rage, also GB's with Pokemon. And I also remembered various games that, in my opinion... More
  • I Shot The Airport Occupants But I Didn’t Blow Up The Family On The Street…

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    So, I've been mulling this topic over for a while and have up until tonight avoided it. I nearly forgot about it altogether and put it to rest until I read the article at Game Informer titled, The 2011 Shooter Of The Year Awards. Honestly, I don't... More
  • Oh, the Virtual Places You'll Go!

    With the year drawing to a close, this time of year brings many things - the release rush of "holiday season" big name releases, giving and receiving gifts (which, for many of us, also means games,) and as always, the many personal "top... More
  • GI's Shooter of the Year Awards: My Response to the Public

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    It has occured to me that there has been some discord over GameInformer's decision on Shooter of the Year and its accompanying awards. First off, I'd like to say that GameInformer's decision is based upon their own intellectual evaluations... More
  • The Games I Completed In 2011

    As we near the end of 2011, many websites have already chimed in with their Game of the Year awards. However, I decided to do something different until I finish my GOTY blog. This year I kept a record of every game I completed, start to finish. (The idea... More
  • The After-Xmas Gamernation, Some Game Suggestions, and "Being the Best"

    Those aren't boobs, they're COUNTERWEIGHTS. Now that we're on the tail end of the holidays, we're all stuffed with feasts and cookies and gingerbread houses, snuggling into new blankets and curling up with our new game systems/games so... More
  • Blog Post #3: Fading Away

    Halo's player population is dwindling. Cold, hard and true. That is what I am going to be discussing today. It is no secret that over the past few months, with new releases from the Battlefield, Gears of War, Call of Duty, and Elder Scrolls franchises... More
  • Single-Player Gaming Making A Strong Comeback?

    I remember that for the longest time, everyone was buying either an Xbox 360 or PS3 just for the internet and connection with the internet to play multiplayer games, mostly for Call of Duty. But now there are a lot of multiplayer games out, including... More
  • Top Ten Reasons I Like / Dislike Video Game List Blogs…

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    Perhaps you've noticed the influx of "list" blogs around the community. They spring up with somewhat regular frequency throughout the year, but certainly near the end of the year we see them much more often as everyone is busy creating their... More
  • Holidays: What I have been doing

    Well, my holidays were pretty okay to say the least. Was going to go over to my Fathers for the Holidays but my Step Mom informed me that my father had fallin' ill. So, I got to stay at my Mothers instead and spent it with my two younger sister, and... More
  • Top 10 Mario Game

    Top 10 Mario Games With a new year soon upon us, it only seems fitting to take a look at our past. While a lot of game mascots have come and gone, none of them can hold a candle to our favorite plumber in red. Here are the Top 10 reasons to rescue that... More