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  • Memories Replaced by Ens and Naught

    (This is a repost of a blog series from 2011 I posted originally on Gamespot. There are minor spoilers and speculation on plot devices left up to the gamer.) What have I done? My whole life I've followed commands. My whole life I've served; my... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 36 - Bastion

    Supergiant Games released Bastion on Xbox 360, followed shortly by a PC release, back in 2011. It smashed onto the indie scene with isometric action and light RPG elements. The art design from Jen Zee, the musical work from Darren Korb, and a groundbreaking... More
  • A Hypothetical spending of Microsoft's Linkedin buyout (26 billion)

    Rather than squish Sony's tender nuts while they beg for mercy, Microsoft has decided to spend their cash to purchase a fading social media platform. For.. 26 Billion USD . Let's look at the top ten things I would do if I were Phil Spencer (or... More
  • The Rocky Road: My Journey as a League of Legends player

    I think it's something that I think about sometimes. When ever I hear someone talk about League of Legends, the famous MOBA made by Riot, a lot of things come to mind. Stuff like: why made me play it? Do I still love to play it? and last but not least... More
  • Celebrate the Arrival of Inside to the PS4 With A Video Essay On Its True Meaning

    Awhile back, I wrote a (shockingly) popular review of Playdead's Inside . Since then, I've expanded and refined a lot of my analysis of the game, and - in the face of its re-release on the Playstation 4 - I put those words to video. Inside is... More
  • Single-player Showdown! Resident Evil 4 - Episode 1: Village People

    I'm back on YouTube, finally!

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  • Intern Game Night - Simpsons Skateboarding

    The Summer 2016 interns stare in awe at a horrible garbage fire.

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  • Why I Hate Mario

    Before you start too hate on me or think I'm trying to troll Nintendo, I do not mean that I hate Nintendo. I love Nintendo and some of my favorite games are from Nintendo. It's just that Mario isn't on my favorites. Hello Wandering Traveler... More
  • What can Loving a Game do to You?

    There are lots of gamers out there in the world. Almost billions out there. A game can expand your brain's learning abilities and increase your observations. It can make you into a better learner and almost billions of those gamers have become better... More
  • Free-to-Play

    I still spend quite a bit on video games every year, it's still one of my favorite hobbies. Lately, though, I've been getting the most fun out of the slew of Free-to-Play games that have been coming out. Heroes of the Storm is a big one. There's... More
  • A Gaming World

    Watching Mario's appearance in the closure of the Rio 2016 Olympic games came up as a surprise. Seeing how video games, even if with a single game character appeared in such an event wasn't something I would have expected to see, but surely made... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: A place of my own in a crazy world.

    Home represents many different things to many different people. For me it is a safe, peaceful, and quiet place. It's a place where I can do what I please and escape from the usually monotony of everyday life. There aren't too many games that capture... More