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  • Zero: A Horribly Overlooked Video Game Villain

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    There are superstars in the game villain space (recent inductions to the villain Hall of Fame: Andrew Ryan, GlaDOS, The Origami Killer, and Hidetaka Miyazaki), but then there are some solid-yet-unknown ones. Zero (also known as 0), hailing from the Kirby... More
  • Who's Your Daddy...

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    To all the Dads out there, Happy Fathers Day! Granted, by the time you read this, Father’s Day will be over or nearly over, so hopefully you had a great one. Mine was okay; I did everything I wanted to – nothing! Actually, my son said I could... More
  • Walk and chew gum at the same time

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    Some people can multi-task while others have a hard time doing that. Then there are some of us that are fine at multi-tasking but don't have the ability to spread their interest around multiple "fun" activities at the same time. For me,... More
  • The Sweet Sweet Review of The Hills Have Eyes 2 (it's the 1985 version and yet it still blows)

    I know this picture says horror classics, it's lieing. Perhaps the original is a classic, this one is actually worse than the sequel of the remake done a few years back. Normally I'm all about originals, they have way more character than the remake... More
  • The Sweet Sweet Review of The Running Man (I hope this doesn't get edited to incriminate me in anyway)

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    Look at the governator trying to pretend like he's mad, he's about to go for one hell of a ride, a rid that if they had it at an amusement park I wouldn't mind. So here we go, as I stated earlie in a past review that I wouldn't only review... More
  • Assassins creed brotherhood multiplayer

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    Man this is the next sequel in the life of Ezio and i strongly like the story of the Assassins creed franchise and i hope they dont ruin it since they are now adding the multiplayer. The multiplayer looks really kool the fact that you get to pick your... More
  • Playing in the Sandbox...

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    I love how the video game industry steals regular old words and transforms them into these flashy design concepts that adopt a whole new meaning. Before you know it, these buzzwords spring up everywhere as each new game tries to capitalize off of the... More
  • Me and my Xbox 360 S

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    Well on Monday Microsoft revealed the Xbox 360 S. On Friday it arrived at my local Gamestop. I traded in my old Elite and brought the baby home. First Impressions: When i was opening the box I noticed how small the box actually was. When i got the consle... More
  • Confessions of a Video Game Music Addict

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    Super Mario Bros. was my first game. I vaguely remember some fumbling around with the controls and giggling once I found out how to crush a Goomba. However, I clearly remember every sound effect and every piece of music. Now, I can hardly stand to play... More
  • Pulling The Online Plug

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    Today I read an article from Kotaku that said that the US Senate is creating a bill, called "Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset" Act. The act would allow the president or an appointed representative to, in hence, "pull the plug"... More
  • Checking out? chapter 2

    Miranda jumped. "I'll get it," she said as she got up. She inched toward the door and opened it to a crack, looking out. It was a young girl. Twenty something. She was short and skinny and looked scared. "What do you need?" Miranda... More
  • Know Thy MW2 Enemy (or How I Get Into the Mind of an 11 Year Old)

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    "If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles." - Sun Tzu Summer vacation began for many children around the US this week. What that means to the gaming world, is that we see a lot more pre-teens... More