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  • Malukah: A singer you should promote

    You. Must. Listen. Very rarely do I care for any fan made music. It tends to be out of tune and not really in line with the culture the specific video game is showing to the audience. But Malukah has a voice of a goddess and captures everything Jeremy... More
  • Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand DLC Review

    "Can someone review a DLC?" Yes. I am. With the terrible release time of Battlefield 3's Back to Karkand DLC map pack, I was very excited to play on the best of the best maps. I had to look up a GMT time converter just to find out when I... More
  • Game Informer Reader Recap: GIO Community Edition #7 (Part 1 Of 4)

    Hot off of some Holiday overload (and for yours truly some 3D as well), is the December Recap. This month brings the largest Recap yet, jam packed with great content. What better way to celebrate then by having a bunch of Recap veterans with me? Returning... More
  • Modern Warfare 3 Review

    I go through the same routine with Call of Duty each year. When the game gets announced I tell myself I'm not going to buy it because I'm just going to get mad and hate the game a month later. However just like the past four years I have once... More
  • 2011 in Gaming for Me

    For those who don't know me as "that one guy who only leaves negatives comments", I' am also an video game/movie/music reviewer (for another site, I let GameInformer/IGN/etc. do their own thing), but I've always kind of enjoyed the... More
  • Hipster Gaming 01 - Drawn To Life: The Next Chapter

    I believe I have played half an hour too much of this title. Drawn to Life is a game where you are the Creator. You are in a town where items such as a bridge, the blades of a windmill and crops have vanished, leaving only dotted outlines as a memory... More
  • The Search for Alpha Centauri

    As I was reading about a potentially habitable planet today, , and the romanticized ideal of mankind actually settling such a distant challenge I could not help but fondly recall... More
  • Slow and Steady (Like Me) Wins the Game......=_=;

    It makes for a great fable, but in the real world, the turtle doesn't win at any races. Period. Except for if the rabbit is dead, that is. If you've read some of my first couple of blogs, you'll probably be familiar with my first experience... More
  • Being a Hipster Gamer

    Well, as you may know by now, I am working at the fantastical store of wonder and mystery known as Gamestop. This means fancy perks like discounts, which I have made great use of. Now, I own all 3 current generation consoles, but only really play my 360... More
  • Ramblings: I have not play Skyrim

    First I would like to thank thatfoxguy for the suggestion to change my name to Bearded Nord. Holy crap, you made another blog entry! (My tab button is not working >:(, now I can't indent correctly!) Why yes, yes I did. Why? Because the Bearded... More
  • Why God of War is my 3rd Favorite Game of All Time

    There's something special about this game; Something amazing about the embodiment of a ruthless killer. From a spectators point of view, its a murder and sex simulator. However, put the DualShock in your hands and it becomes something far beyond that... More
  • Insert Another Coin To Continue…

    I suppose after blogging about Pac-Man and my little journey down memory lane yesterday I was feeling a bit nostalgic today and decided to blog about something I saw a few weeks ago on a business trip that landed me in Orlando, Florida. No More