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  • The News - 06.21.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! After a rather unexciting couple of days, we only have one point of interest that we will be covering today and that is the support from former Vice President Al Gore in lieu of video games . Let's get started. --... More
  • Watching From the Sidelines

    Since I have so recently put my foot in my mouth (as far as my readers are concerned), I think it's about time for me to blog about my experiences with being a gaming spectator. Many people are introduced to games by way of an older sibling or family... More
  • The Quest 2: Part 6

    The puzzle consisted of three triangle shaped blocks and three similarly shaped marks on the floor. “So.” Raz started , “Anyone have any idea what to do?” “And here we go again.” Shaun said. “What do you mean... More
  • The Swag Blog: Part 8 of XX

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    It's been awhile since I have done a legit installment of "The Swag Blog" (the last one was dedicated entirely to NECA's Duke Nukem Figure). With me just getting back from Philadelphia Comic Con over the weekend, I figured now is as... More
  • Overcast Ep. 16: Nothing and Everything This week have have what the title says. Nothing. And Everything. We have a laid back episode this week where we just talk. We didn't want to talk about all the dreadful news last... More
  • Pirate Blunder

    It’s been a busy morning on the high seas, but as the Captain of this pirate ship, you’re taking things kind of slow. “Slow and steady wins the race,” as the saying goes. Whether or not this was the intention of Game in a Bottle... More
  • Ocaraina 3D easter eggs and new touches thus far (forest-goron city)

    Ocaraina of time for the nintendo64 had plenty of secrets, and thankfully, the 3D version has plenty of nice touches to go along with this new release. GODZILLA MOVED In links house, link had a drawing of him fighting a dinosaur. Now, the dino isnt in... More
  • I Could Do With A Little Less Dude-Bro-ing...

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    "So, wait, you rated a PLATFORMING game LOWER because it had "annoying platforming parts" to it?!" I've mentioned my frustration at Game Informer Magazine in the past in regards to this sort of thing, but I'm starting to feel... More
  • Playing Devil's Advocate: Defending Duke Nukem Forever.

    After fifteen* long, long, looonng years, Duke Nukem Forever finally launched to dreadful and mediocre reviews. Suddenly, a game that no reasonable person would expect to be truly great is getting trashed as if it let everybody down, and aged in reverse... More
  • Gaming in College


    In high school I was always wondering what would happen to my gaming side of life once I graduated and moved off to college. Now that my Freshman year is done, I'd like to share how moving away from home into the college life affected my gaming habits. The hope here is to assure other gamers that will be making the switch from high school to college this coming September/August that if you've game, you always manage to find some time.

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  • Wouldn't most games be better off with you making the choices?

    I put a picture of Bioware for the main picture thing because they make games that have a lot of choice(Other options, Heavy Rain, L.A. Noire ). So lots of games have one storyline where they don't want you to choose anything. Even MMOs, the only... More
  • Legend of Zelda: Awesome Music Edition

    Let's face it, Legend of Zelda has given us a lot of amazing things, from gameplay that is unparallelled by any other game that tries to measure up, to graphics and story that don't seem to make replays any less enjoyable. But one of the most... More