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  • SOCOM 4: Navy SEAL's Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEAL's Review Kid Safe: Low Game Quality: High Genre: Third-Person Shooter - This game is characterized by the viewpoint and weapons used in the title. In a third-person shooter, you... More
  • Gaming: The Next Generation.

    Welcome to my "looking to the future" blog post, complete with super cute photo of my daughter playing XBOX! So I've been thinking a lot about generations of gamers lately. I was born back in 1984, when gaming was first becoming mainstream... More
  • The XBLA Triple Pack: Three Great Games For One Great Price

    Ok, so the title is a little cheesy, but that pretty much sums up the XBLA Triple Pack . For $30, you get Trials HD, LIMBO, and 'Splosion Man. I don't have Xbox Live, so I never got to play these games, not counting the demos that you can find... More
  • Nintendo is Pure Evil

    There are a few things in this world that I believe in 100%. I believe that no horror franchise is good after the first film, Tim Shafer makes the greatest games ever, and Nintendo is pure evil. Yes, Nintendo is pure evil. What, you don't believe... More
  • Overcast Ep. 11: Taking it up to Eleven

    1 This week we tried to do something special with our guests Kyle Lock and Matt Milewski. Playing a game while recording and posting the footage with the podcast. Didn't quite work... More
  • Signing In..... (I too *** bored to care about petty grievences) (also bonus subject to blog)

    If you could have five super powers what would they be.....? I will answer that question when this is all done. Hello this is your favourite flame war blog maker here to explains my self. When I posted my manifesto to commit genocide blog a long while... More
  • The Dragyn's Lair: Why Your Significant Other Should Support You Gaming

    I'd like to share with you an actual conversation I had with my wife on Sunday, which for those of you who forgot was Mother's Day. We had gotten back from doing the family thing and were winding down for the evening, and I asked her what she'd... More
  • A Shift in Tastes

    It's not a mystery that people tend to change around their opinions throughout their lives. Things happen, their eyes are opened, and suddenly the thing they once despised is now of great pleasure. My change isn't quite so drastic but I have noticed... More
  • If the creek don't rise and the dam don't break. A grouchy old dude report.

    greetings from dry land (for now), I live in Central LA, and we are currently dealing with the fact that we will have to leave my homestead for higher ground. (courtesy of Natchez Democrat newspaper) The town I live in is called Monterey LA and it's... More
  • The Future of Warcraft?

    First, let me say that I still like World of Warcraft. I hold in high regards, that to this day I've never sank as much time or energy into any other game like I did with it. It really set the bar high not only as a game but as a social interaction... More
  • The Importance of Omnipotence (Gaming like a God).

    Games in which you're set up like a god (either a cruel god or a benevolent one is up to you) are very common. One of the core elements to gaming besides simple entertainment, is the power and control you get on a world filled with (virtual) people... More
  • The News - 05.10.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! We have quite a bit of exciting information for you in today's issue of The News. So, getting right into it, we will be starting up with an offer from GameStop for all of your PowerUp Rewards members that have yet... More