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  • Final Thoughts 37: Portal 2

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    Final Thoughts 37 Portal 2 Note: This is not a review, but merely my musings after having recently completed a game as part of my Rogue's Adventures playthrough of my backlog. Follow @RoguesAdventure to keep up with my playthroughs and check out my... More
  • Moments - Entering Mexico in Red Dead Redemption

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    Here's a novel thought - stop and try and count just how many video games you've played in your life. I'd wager if you frequently visit this website, that number is a couple dozen, if not a couple hundred. We live in a digital age where the... More
  • Resident Evil HD Remaster Review - The Remastered Hits Just Keep On Coming

    Resident Evil HD Remaster further continues the working remaster formula where old games become accessibly new again. 8.8 Resident Evil Remake was a game I played not four months ago. I wasn't really a die hard fan, but I thought I'd casually... More
  • Dragon’s Dogma: An Underrated Gem That RPG Developers Can Learn A Lot From

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    One of the most ambitious and innovative RPGs I have played in recent years was Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma. The game released in May 2012 with an expansion, Dark Arisen, coming out a year later. The game didn’t make a huge splash (especially... More
  • Smash Photography: The Action Pages

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    Few things in recent memory have brought me as much joy as catching the perfect snapshot while watching replays of people getting destroyed by yours truly (in the realm of video games, that is). This collection features shots that are more dynamic than... More
  • My Top Ten Games of 2014

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    2014 a year of ups and downs. Games that were broken or full of bugs like No faces or being unplayable. PSN and Xbox suffering attacks (again -_-), Nintendo getting games for WiiU (great ones) but still behind the times in marketing and advertisement... More
  • Reboot Wishlist: The Castlevania Series

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    So I recently finished the critically-acclaimed Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, and I was really impressed. The dialogue and story were minimalistic, but memorable. The gameplay was stellar, and I honestly feel like playing more of the series. The... More
  • Jackson Stone's Top Music of 2014

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    I know it's January 21, 2015. It might seem a bit late to be talking about the best stuff from last year, but really, it's never too late to talk about the great experiences of the past year. That's why I'll be rolling out a number of... More
  • My Top Five Most Overrated Video Games

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    A while back ago I posted a blog about My Top 5 Most underrated and overlooked games this blog is the followup. Now keep in mind that these games on the list, I do not hate them I just think that they have far to much praise. These five games are ones... More
  • What the Heck Is A Roguelike Anyway?

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    Recently, I've been playing Rogue Legacy, a delightful homage to Castlevania from indie developer Cellar Door Games. The game uses randomized levels that are different every time you play, and when you die, you have to start over from the beginning... More
  • Games I am Anticipating but Know Nothing About

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    Cyperpunk 2077: So it's pretty easy to say that I've pretty much been interested in this game since it first debuted in 2012. For one thing, its cyberpunk themed, nuff said. But seriously, the game looked amazing and promised a lot in just the... More
  • ADLCG Presents: Some Advice on Time-Travel

    (Image taken from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/profiles/5Dp7g7b0dSVhD2TM1xNlf7c/the-tardis) Time-travel. Love it or hate it, it is still a relatively frequent hook in science fiction and fantasy. But what makes time-travel so appealing? Is it the ability... More
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