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  • First blog as level 5

    D ear GIO Community As you can see,I am now level 5,and I'm looking forward to start writing blogs and become an active user! This is a short Introduction blog on how my blogs will work. I will post a blog every Saturday,my blogs will be called ''Weekend... More
  • Patriotism: The Value of Human Life

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    From Call of Duty to Battlefield to the upcoming Rainbow Six, explosions, gunfire and warfare seem to be overtaking the gaming industry. There are plenty of grenades to throw, bombs to detonate and windows to prone-dive through, but when you go down,... More
  • Gameplays

    Sorry I haven't been posting as much as I wanted; I couldn't find anything interesting to write about. But hello again, today I'm going to be talking about gameplays. Since the majority of my time on the computer is hanging out on Youtube... More
  • Beating The Backlog: Bulletstorm

    It always feels good to beat a game that waited in my backlog for over a year. I really love to complete old, unfinished games that were pushed back due to “more important” titles. Last time on Beating The Backlog, we looked at Limbo : an... More
  • The State of Online Gaming! Is it the Developers or the Gamers?

    This post initially started out as a comment on the Defending Call of Duty article. I respect that sometimes tweaks and changes need to be made as mentioned in the article. But its when do the changes made change the game too much and simply become a... More
  • [31/31: The Movie | Part 17] Alone In The Dark (2005)

    A pattern begins to emerge. Paul WS Anderson directs several movies based on videogames, Uwe Boll pursues directing videogame movies. Anderson directs a zombie movie loosely based on Resident Evil , Boll directs a zombie movie loosely based on House Of... More
  • My Favorite Surprise Games of Last Gen

    There were many hits of the last nine years, (wow, hard to think the generation began in 2005, huh?) such as Assassin's Creed II, Halo 3, Uncharted, and Call of Duty 4. Some less well known games like Mirror's Edge also garnered a cult following... More
  • My Favorite IOS Games

    In the past year or two of having my IPod touch I have had a lot of fun with it ranging from games to silly little apps that are free. I don’t usually will buy things from the app store knowing that I can live without them and play free games but... More
  • Pre-Bloodborne Games Update

    So Wednesday is Bloodborne day, which is basically what my gaming scene will be for however long it takes me to get through it. As such I can feel a lot of my titles will probably be gently ignored or abandoned while I get my Souls-successor on. So, before... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: My Epitome Of Co-Op Greatness

    As some of you may know, I was late to get on the last gen bandwagon. I didn't get my PS3 until January of 2010, and only then because I couldn't not play Little Big Planet any longer. I bought the game of the year edition of it before I ever... More
  • What Do We Want To Contribute To The Online Community: Negativity Or Positivity?

    I know that nothing is static, especially something as huge as the mood of a community. When you start thinking of the collective mood of the internet community, you then have an exponentially wider span between positivity and negativity. I understand... More
  • 360 & PS3: A Remarkable Era in Gaming

    Well, I have finally taken the plunge and stepped into the current generation of gaming with my recent purchase of a PS4. There are so many exciting releases soon to come, and a remarkable number of remasters already available that I decided it was finally... More