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  • Crunch Time: The Necessary Evil

    With the past overtime policies of EA and the recent turmoil at Team Bondi, there has been a lot of uproarious discussion regarding overtime in the game industry. If you are familiar with the industry you know that overtime has even been given its own... More
  • Ocaraina of time secrets part 2.

    Ok, i just got to the forest temple, and on my way, found some petty cool things, and took some pictures for you guys. X MARKS THE NO MASK Here is my inventory screen. What is that x, you ask, when you have no mask, but still look in your inventory after... More
  • Games in Games: A Mini-Game Rant

    Remember the good old days? When a mini-game was completely rewarding and addictive? Remember playing blitzball in Final Fantasy X or Geometry Wars in Project Gotham Racing? How come mini-games have turned into completely filler content in open world... More
  • Major Blockage, A grouchy old dude report.

    Hey guys just letting everyone know i'm still alive. I have some major writers block, but if I could get some of the developers to answer my emails, I would have some awesome stuff. I suppose there to busy for a interview with a grouchy old dude,... More
  • The Dragyn's Lair: Violence In Video Games and the Hypocrisy of Controlling It

    This has obviously been a hot subject on every gaming site in America recently, and many of us have been watching the entire issue very closely. Here's my opinion, and I'm going to put this as delicately as I possibly can...that law was bulls... More
  • Top 5 Catchiest Songs in Gaming

    I've compiled a list (in no particular order) of the catchiest, toe-tapping-est songs I've heard while gaming. Enjoy! Super Mario Bros. Overworld Theme Very rag-timey, but well put together. I had a blast throwing turnips at Shy-Guys while listening... More
  • 5 Most Terrifying Enemies In Games (During My Gaming Years)

    I love to come across an enemy that puts the fear of god in me. While I usually am a coward when it comes to these things occasionally an enemy will pop up in game that will both terrify and impress me. In this list I will discuss my most feared enemies... More
  • Needs More Cowbell

    Sometimes, game balance is an elusive quality. It completely escaped Viricide ’s developer, 2DArray . Balance is a games’ ability to be accessible to people of varying skill levels. If a game is too easy and most people are able to complete... More
  • If you own a PS3, you need the Uncharted 3 beta.

    Before we get started, let me tell you this one thing. This is the best(only) beta I've played since the DC universe beta. So this game has really good graphics(certainly not the best), and amazing gameplay. There are only a few glitches, and those... More
  • The Future OF Call Of Duty's Zombie Mode

    Yesterday was a (fairly) big day. Call of Duty's new map pack, Annihilation was released on Xbox, and The Uncharted 3 beta on PSN. This may come as a shock to you, but my biggest excitement is for Shangri-La (the new zombie map). The newest edition... More
  • Things I Miss Alot- '90's Nickelodeon Cartoons...

    Aah. Those were the days. Back when I was a young kid, I loved cartoons. I could spend hours on end, sprawled on my bed in front of my tiny TV, watching them. They were cute and funny, and even at the time I recognized them as having humor that I knew... More
  • Duke Nukem: Forever Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Duke Nukem: Forever Review Kid Safe: Very Low (0 / 10) Game Quality: Low (4.0 / 10) Genre: First Person Shooter - These games are characterized by the viewpoint and weapons used in the title. In a first person shooter, you are looking down the barrel... More