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  • Sneaking Children into M Rated Games

    The title sounds a lot more diabolical than this actually is, but I've noticed something. It seems betas are the big craze for developers and publishers to get good word about their games out, as well as help fix some of the issues that only people... More
  • Tekken on the Big Screen (or at least on the Little One)…

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    I'm at lunch today and receive the most unusual text message from home base. "Do you want to see Tekken?" SEE Tekken?!? You don't SEE Tekken, you PLAY Tekken. Thoroughly confused, I called home to inquire about the nature of the mysterious... More
  • Dual Review - Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

    Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic (KOTOR) is a role playing game played from the third person perspective. It was released by LucasArts back in 2003, with its sequel, The Sith Lords, following in 2005. Both games maintain the same gameplay elements... More
  • Why I'm Warming Up to Windows 8

    The first time I saw Windows 8, I was terrified. I was afraid that Microsoft had finally lost it, and had went over to the Apple side of being simplistic and locked down. But times have changed. And I now believe that Windows 8 may be one of the smartest... More
  • Single Player Still Matters

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    One thing I always noticed in GI's reviews was that they always seemed to focus on the single-player part of a game. Look at their old Modern Warfare 2 review. Most people play Call of Duty for the multiplayer, but GI's MW2 review barely even... More
  • Why I Love the WWII FPS Sub-Genre

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    Unfortunately, my blogs will have to be without picture or video. I realize this makes it hard to be recognized, but parental controls prevent me from accessing YouTube or Google. And hey, honestly, I'd rather not be recognized in Blog Herding right... More
  • I'm Back

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    My Discipleship Training School went great, I met some life long friends and learned a lot. Over the past several months I've had some in depth study of the Bible and what it means to be a Christian, but also I've realized where I want to take... More
  • Timesplitters and the future of FPS

    Considering the dense forest of FPS games out there right now, I can understand why people are going 'Urgh', The genre as a whole needs a facelift. So obviously, I boot up my xbox and play timesplitters 2, a game that came out almost a decade... More
  • The News - 08.02.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! With two days of relatively nothing, we are happy to have a new article of The News for you today. So, we will be starting off with a small piece coming out of Norway concerning video-game retailers' reaction to the... More
  • Nuked Forever: Analyzing Duke Nukem Forever

    It's sexist. It's offensive. It features probably the worst protagonist in all of video game history. That's right, its Duke Nukem Forever. This game, which thankfully I only rented, was laughably bad on my first, second, and third romp through... More
  • Megaman Murdered! Culprit Not Who You May Expect.

    Fans of Megaman have not had any real reasons to be too happy with Capcom lately. In fact, many are extremely angry. Who can blame them though? Between lack of Megaman in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and the cancelation of Megaman Legends 3, many fans have come... More
  • My game idea: a new breed of FPS

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MY GAME IDEA Genre: FPS Console: PC, 360, PS3 I love thinking up video games. In my head I have made millions, weather they were Zelda sequels, resident evil clones, or even odd indie puzzle games. However... More