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  • What I Do Instead of Sleep, Part 10: Medal of Honor Purple Heart

    Betas are a classic catch-22. Allow gamers to help identify problems developers can fix but risk negative buzz based on those same problems prior to the game's release. EA's Medal of Honor is a textbook example of this dilemma. Dice's multiplayer... More
  • Kirby's Epic Yarn

    As we could all agree, Kirby titles just don’t seem to utilized the franchise’s potential! While games such as, the Amazing mirror, Nightmare in Dreamland and Superstar Ultra are addictive, Kirby Console games just don’t bat the nail... More
  • When Video Game Characters Retire...

    There was a piece written a week or so ago that discussed the merits of retiring ongoing video game series that have run their course; games that experienced fame and fortune but have been on the decline in the latest iterations of the series. It made... More
  • Looking For A Comeback — The Rise and Fall of Sports Gaming

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    There once was a golden age of sports gaming, one filled with yearly upgrades, vastly improved presentation and, most importantly, the ability to determine the price of hot dogs at your stadium. This was a world where you could take the profits from those... More
  • Mass effect 3 possabilites

    When Mass effect 3 is to be announced i think the options they should make after a amazing ending to the thrilling sequel mass effect 2. I suggest that when they start mass effect 3 Shepard gathers all of his squad mates that where from the first and... More
  • Blog of Rock # 6: Hollywood Undead

    I've realized something. Some bands like The Fray and The Gaslight Anthem create clear, open music that appeals to a lot of people. Hollywood Undead isn't one of those bands. With that said, these guys are f***ing awesome. Similar to Zebrahead... More
  • Singularity - an innovative FPS with some issues

    (Yes, I know there is a reviews section on this site, but nobody ever seems to look at reviews, so I'm posting it here) I bought Singularity because I had heard some good things about it and I wanted to support a new IP that seemed promising. I'm... More
  • This man could very well be Nintendo's Jesus

    While Stumbleing the other night, I found out about a man by the name of Johnny Lee, a man with a genius brain and a Wii. He started out posting videos explaining how to use a automatic calibration device he invented. Later, he posted a video that showed... More
  • Game Informer Magazine Ranked 11th...

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    I received my latest edition of Game Informer in the mail yesterday. Before I dive into the blog, let me provide a brief historical synopsis of my magazine reading credentials. As a gamer with 25+ years of gaming, I've read my fair share of game related... More
  • Inception Movie Review (Spoiler Free!)

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    I guess I'm kind of a hypocrite when it comes to my opinions on hype. I keep saying that it's probably best to not hype *** up because if you do, it will make high expectations, which in turn, leads to disappointment. Low expectations on the other... More
  • Remebering The Old Days

    I have been a "gamer", I hate that term, for a very long time. Ever since my father bought a Super Nintendo I have been an avid game player. I have seen from the inside everything change for better and for worse. In general video games have... More
  • CinemaBlog #3: Inception

    Inception My mind has just been blown. Let's go under, shall we? You and I are going to take a trip to the unreal. Imagine, for a moment, that there was this film. Now, this particular film was a very special one. It had the action and special effects... More