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  • The Quest: part 1

    Before the story starts I'd like to thank the blogging community for so readily accepting me into it's ranks. as my first blog(which wasn't even a real blog) received much better reception than i expected. now on to the(hopefully) good stuff... More
  • Platysaur's Flash Gaming Blog: Vertical Drop Heores (and Nerdook)

    Vertical Drop Heroes is pretty much what it sounds like. It is a game where you play vertically, while dropping. It isn't a constant free fall, as there are monsters and other obstacles that get in the way, but the main goal is to save the Princess... More
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  • The 10 types of gamers

    .semit sseltnuoc enod neeb sah cipot siht woh tuoba em maps t'nod esaelp golb tsrif ym si siht sA Ok, all shenanigans aside I'm going to touch on a subject talked about before. Only this time instead of talking about how the gamer plays I'm... More
  • Five Books That Should Be Made Into Videogames

    America by Heart by Sarah Palin (and ghostwriter). Concept: "Cabela's Dangerous Hunts" meets "Shenmue." Suggested developer: Treyarch. Synopsis : While most of the game will revolve around helicopter attacks on moose (just make... More
  • The Swag Blog: Part 4 of XX

    I've been meaning to do another one of these blogs for quite some time now, but I've only recently had the time to take and prepare pictures for it. It is also worth noting that I have came up with a better title for this series of blogs, which... More
  • Ben 10: Can A Child Be A Superhero?

    WHO IS A SUPERHERO? A superhero is a hyperbolized image of a hero who if fighting the evil, and his main outstanding features are some paranormal abilities, as well as an easily recognisable costume and often a mask. In the American tradition--both in... More
  • How to Observe Suitable Behaviour while Playing Online

    When playing Online Games, it�s a given that you�ll have to tolerate the amount of disrespect, bad manners and poor sportsmanship. While some game communities are a little more mature than others, you can generally expect this kind of misconduct in every... More
  • Be a Believer: Gaming�s Good for You and Your Kid

    According to Kate Connally of, 78% of teen girls and 82% of teen boys play online games. Most probably, your kid is included in that percentage. Every parent with kids ages 6 and up should consider that this generation is a new gaming... More
  • Is it Really That Time Again?

    Every year, at around this time, I look at my relatively small stack of games sitting in a structurally unstable stack. I imagine this in two seperate ways- 1) The games I don't have- The stack is continually growing every year, the stack of games... More
  • What can WE expect from the next Wii…

    A few weeks ago if you asked me which console, if any, would reveal their next model in 2011 I probably would've said none, but I certainly wouldn't have suggested the Wii. But then a few of the Game Informer staff members ran a post about their... More
  • Leader-boards are ruining online multiplayer.

    As much as they try to hide it, most online shooters nowadays are completely focused on the individual. Even though games like Call of Duty and Halo include all the "team" gametypes, be it team deathmatch, capture the flag, domination, or invasion... More