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  • Call of Duty Black Ops Review: The Best COD Multiplayer

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    Well I guess this was inevitable. Considering this was the biggest video game of…(the month?) and considering I got it the day it came out, and I’m done with the campaign, and I’ve gotten a hefty dose of the Multiplayer, well it is... More
  • Black Ops Pentagon Mission?

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    If you have passed the mission I have put as the title where you are taken to the Pentagon for a meeting with President Kennedy, you might be asking the question "What was the point of the mission?". Anyone have any ideas on why it is there... More
  • Black Ops (Spoiler Free) Review - Rated M for a Reason...

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    *NOTE* While I say this is a spoiler free assessment of Black Ops, I do mention various components of the game that could reveal details you might not want to read if you haven't played the game yet. Read at your own risk. A few days ago I posted... More
  • 2D or not 2D? That is the question.

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    This week's Replay on Castlevania 64 had me thinking all day. Why is 3D so desired? Sure, for certain genres 3D makes sense. I don't think I would want to play an FPS in 2 dimensions, and I certainly can't imagine going back to 2 dimensions... More
  • The Greatest Albums of All Time

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    ....at least in my opinion. When it comes to my taste in movies, I don't claim to have very good opinions. While I enjoy films, I haven't seen many classics, thus the reason why The Godfather was excluded from my Top 5 favorite movies. When you... More
  • Concept: Something new for Call of Duty

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    In a recent GI article, Gameinformer questioned about the future of the COD franchise and what new settings would be had. Well if Treyarch didn't open up the door to more crazy concepts for the franchise like Nazi Zombies and Time Machines then I... More
  • Splosion Man - Running toward greatness, one explosion at a time

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    I've never really been much of a "platformer" gamer. I never played the various Mario games; Donkey Kong was enjoyable at the time, but I hold no real fond memories of it other than as just one of the many coin-op games I played as a kid... More
  • Games That Took Skill

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    After watching my long time girlfriend finally become immersed into the gaming lifestyle, I began to watch her and think, "It's really interesting to see someone new to the scene try games that have difficulty to them." So I decided I would... More
  • YouTube Just May Be My New Best Friend!

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    My story begins during the Bastogne mission on R.U.S.E. when I just couldn't get the AT guns to their destination. I turned to YouTube hoping for a decent walkthrough on the mission. Boy did I find one. After following the walkthrough, I actually... More
  • GIO Member Herding Part 20 of XX...

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    Like clockwork and as I mentioned a few days ago, its Friday and here is the latest installment of the Member Herding blog. This week's member was hand picked by a few of the former member's of the horde, a term coined by the very person being... More
  • Censorship vs. Filtering

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    The chances that you haven't heard are pretty small. The chances that you haven't heard and are reading this blog are even smaller. But, for that microscopically small minority of you, I'll recap. The illustrious and always wise state of California... More
  • The Star Harvest (A Short Story About Celebrities of the Future)

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    "Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." ~John 3:5 [The Star Harvest.] [Written by Enigma.] I have been conditioned to feel angry when people... More