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  • Reaching into my Grab Bag of Holding +5

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    Where I put you to sleep by commenting on multiple topics rather than boring you to death with just one. 1) The big gaming topic today seems to be Roger Ebert's follow-up on his 2006 article on whether video games are art or not. In his latest blog... More
  • Top Ten Nintendo 64 Games

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    In the light of all of the classic nintendo games from the 64 coming back on the 3DS, I decided to list the ones that are the greatest of the great N64 games. 10. Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask- Personally for me this is the Zelda that has the greatest... More
  • Art..?DaDa!

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    What is art? Art is Dada. What is Dada? Dada is nothing. Dada is everything. In light of the article posted about Ebert's lack of understanding to what is art, I felt like writing a bit. What do you think is art? Is what I'm writing art? yes.... More
  • Critiquing the Unknown

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    Roger Ebert’s Candid Admission got me thinking... The root of the problem is that this professional critic didn't play by his own rules when he critiqued a subject that was outside his area of expertise - movies. Why was he "wrong"... More
  • Parents and Video games

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    Just recently, I downloaded the new Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box puzzles, and I asked my dad if he would like to do them with me. He said yea, sure, so we did a few puzzles together. Later that night, I found him sneaking around trying to find... More
  • If My Life Were a Video Game... (Part 1: Life as an RPG)

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    I have often pondered what my life would be like if I were in a video game. The very concept brings to my mind a multitude of questions. What genre would it be? Would I be a hero like Link saving the princess? Would I be an anti-hero like Niko Bellic... More
  • Does he who kills the most really win the game?

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    In yesterday's " I Quit " blog, I mentioned my other competitive multiplayer pet peeve: ignoring objectives in order to pad your stats. Funnily enough, both peeves were just reinforced on the night I was playing more multiplayer than usual... More
  • OutRAGEous Accusations…

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    Wednesdays are traditionally busy blogging days for me because I usually find myself working on two blogs at the same time (normal blog + finishing touches on the Thursday Member Herding blog). Today is no different. In fact, today is a bit busier than... More
  • Silent Hill Movie Review (Retrospectively)

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    Okay, so the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time movie has been out for almost a month now, and it seems like nobody seems to care about it anymore. Everyone went pretty insane over the hype on how it would change the face of the world of game-based films... More
  • The Sweet Sweet Review of Halo Legends (I can think of nothing witty to say here)

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    Ok before any of you say that this sucked (I seriously doubt you will) I knew pratcially nothing about the Halo Universe before watching this collection of short films. I knew enough that Master Chief is a Spartan, and that they kick ass. I also knew... More
  • 5 Things That I Think Should Happen in The Video Game Industry.

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    5. Interplaying With Interplay While Bethesda has kind of sucker-punched Interplay by taking Fallout, it would be awesome if everyone from Bethesda and Interplay could come together and build a turn-based-FPS sort of thing. Yes, I am aware Obsidian is... More
  • UPDATE: An Unofficial OnLive Review

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    6/21/2010 ORIGINAL: I recently had the unique opportunity to try out the newly-launched cloud gaming service called OnLive. For those of you unfamiliar with the service, think if it as playing a game that is running on another computer over the internet... More