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  • The Quest 2: Part 16

    Raz walked up to the robot. “There’s a button on it.” “Press it.” “Okay.” He pressed the button. The robot shook around for a second then shouted, “NEWS TIME!!!!” “News time? What’s that... More
  • Utter Disappointment Sequels That Made Me Go "Ugh"

    Well with Demon Ragnarok doing his blogs on games that disappointed him and Blaze6106 with his I figured "There are plenty of games that disappointed me so why not blog about?" However looking through the games that have disappointed me, I find... More
  • Exploring Game Industry Business Models – Free to Play & Microtransactions

    Welcome to the next section on Game Industry Business Models! Today I’d like to talk about Free-to-Play games and Microtransactions. I had considered separating this topic into two separate blogs, but the two topics are often intertwined together... More
  • Hardcore mode:is it really worth it?

    After playing dead space 2 on hardcore mode and realizing how much time i wasted trying to get past chapter 7 I decided to write blog on harder difficulties in video games these days.I've been putting a crazy amount of time and effort onto the mode... More
  • Addicted To Dragon Age 2

    What makes a hero? Anybody can battle thousands of foes, save the girl from the nefarious evil doctor, or wield a two-handed greatsword named Splinter. Motivation certainly helps, but game makers have struggled to find the perfect balance. On one hand... More
  • August Releases: Fruit, Fantasy, and Football!

    I usually post these to my personal blog to keep friends updated as to what is coming out each month. I am still working through the format, so I apologize in advance for the tweaks and alterations here and there. Anything you guys are looking forward... More
  • Clark Rockefeller, The Man Who Couldn't Stop Lying

    Usually I stick to video games for my primary blogging subject, but today is different. One deeply ingrained habit of mine is reading. As a kid, learning to read was probably the biggest turning point in my life. As soon as I could understand words on... More
  • The Top Ten Most Important Games Released in June 2011

    Quite the interesting month, if I do say so myself...... More
  • Modern Warfare 3 or Battlefield 3?

    Recently, I've been thinking about the releases of Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3 . Both have enhanced graphics from the last game, same, traditional gameplay, and more promising features. But personally, I think that Battlefield 3 will be just... More
  • My Obsession With Music Games

    Watching the goodbye video to Annette really made me remember all the good times I've had over the years with music games. I have a long, long history with these games. Many good memories, and some bad ones. Music games not only cemented my love of... More
  • The Family Game-A Rarely Visited Genre

    I am not sure if you have ever done this, but when I was a kid, my parents used to have what they called "game night." My two siblings and I, along with our parents, would pull out Clue, Scrabble, Yahtzee, LIFE, The Game of Love, or Key to the... More
  • Absurd Approaches to Acquiring Achievements

    Today's episode of Saint's blog is brought to you by the letter A and the number 8. Achievements. I've blogged about them before. Several times actually. I've blogged about my favorite ones that really convey a sense of accomplishment... More