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  • In Anticipation of - Rage

    Similar (but different) to my blog a while back in January for Spec Ops: The Line This article will touch on why I'm so excited for Id's next game and why I think others should be too. So the first time I ever really looked into this game was... More
  • The News - 08.18.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! With the European " GamesCom " convention in full swing, we have had an absolute onslaught of news across the board. However, interestingly enough, most of the information being released is minor updates or information... More
  • An Impassioned Plea: The Future of the RPG

    I am going to boldly say it. Despite all reports to the contrary, the RPG genre is not dying, although I will admit the definition of an RPG has become somewhat malleable. The traditional RPG's that I grew up with have become relegated to the "JRPG"... More
  • My Hugantic, Ginourmous Backlog!!

    Most gamers have a backlog. It's hard to keep up with every game that has come out. But most are able to keep the tide of games at bay. But I have definitely failed to do that. So without further ado, here is my backlog of games from mostly this generation... More
  • Apozem's Cartooniest Childhood Cartoons That Are Awesome

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    Hey, it's the continuation of Favorites Week . I do love this week because I get to talk about all the things that, well, are my favorite. Anyway, this post was inspired by the widespread adoration of the children's cartoon My Little Pony . The... More
  • What if...(Freddy Kreuger)

    Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Freddy Kreuger haunted the dreams of your favorite video game character or comic book character?What would it look like?How would it play out?In celebration of Freddy Kreuger making it into a Mortal kombat... More
  • The Jewel Of Multiplayer Gaming (PC)

    For the last few days or so, I've been completely charmed by this little toy my friend showed me - Tunngle. It's a german-made peer-to-peer virtual private network(VPN) tool. It's similar in its principle to Hamachi, Garena and other software... More
  • August 17th, 2011: Swords and Showdowns

    If you've been listening to the news lately, you know that Bethesda has engaged in a legal battle to the death over Mojang's new game, Scrolls. Besides the name, where do other similarities lie? Well, the game isn't even in development yet... More
  • Another Story- Sanctity

    Well...not sure what to say here. Sorry for doing this again as I'm sure some people noticed that this is the third time I'm going to promise to keep something up. But this time its going to be a new installment every two weeks. So my new writing... More
  • UPDATE: Disregard this blog. Really, pay no attention to it. It's quite foolish.

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    Military shooters are probably the biggest genre out there right now. Whether you like Call of Duty, Battlefield, or whatever other slightly different shooter, this genre isn't staying around for much longer. So what if it's the most profitable... More
  • Why I Hate Musicals

    I really hate musicals. It's almost irrational really. Anytime I hear a song that could be attributed to a musical I gain the sudden urge to punch something in what might be considered a face. In all honesty I should love musicals, as they put the... More
  • The Dragyn's Lair: Games Need To Grow Up

    The ESRB is wrong. According to the current rating system, "M" stands for Mature, a measurement generally accepted as appropriate for audiences aged 17 and up. But I take issue with the use of that term. Consider it for a moment... Mature. What... More