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  • How Doom (2016) and Wolfenstein: The New Order Have Redefined Themselves

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    In 1992, id Software helped pioneer the First Person Shooter genre with its massive hit, Wolfenstein 3D. One year later the company released Doom, which became even more of a phenomenon and forever changed our culture by introducing deathmatch fully embracing... More
  • Thanks Dad

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    Games are filled with so many great dads and father figures. Just look at the new God of War – fatherhood is worth making a whole game around. I thought about talking about some of my favorite game dads, but I’d rather write about mine. *... More
  • There's One Big Reason To Be Excited for Xbox One X.

    After more than a year of skillfully building anticipation for Project Scorpio, the moment of truth has arrived. Microsoft has delivered on their promise to develop the most powerful console ever, and yet... there seems to be a rather odd silence that... More
  • One Man’s Thoughts: Mind Zero

    Mind Zero is JRPG developed for the Vita that released in North America back in 2014. Personally, I had never heard about the game until it was on sale during PlayStation Store’s Golden Week sale back in May. Reading up on the game, I become under... More
  • The Essentials Challenge: Wolf - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

    It's late June, and we have a new Essentials completion! Truth be told, this one was reported to me a long time ago, and I've simply been too busy to write it up. This time around, we have one man taking on the gothic platforming classic that... More
  • GTA V - Are We Overreacting?

    After last night's GTA V rant, I wanted to feel for those who are bitter towards Take 2's decisions. This is a game that's held the top sellers list on Steam for a ridiculous amount of time, and received an equally ridiculous amount of praise... More
  • Does Valve Deserve More Criticism?

    It was back in 2013 when I decided to see what the highly praised series Half-Life, was all about. During one of Steam's famous summer sales, I picked up Half-Life 2 (Not really sure why I started with 2), and besides from the somewhat dated graphics... More
  • My Thoughts on the E3 2017 Microsot Press Conference

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    Microsoft put on their annual E3 press conference this past Sunday, which just so happened to be one of the most anticipated conferences of the show. With a brand new lineup of games, as well as the official reveal of the newest piece of Xbox hardware... More
  • My Most Anticipated Games - Post-E3

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    E3 has come and gone once again. Thankfully this year’s iteration left us with many announcements, trailers, and updates on plenty of upcoming games of various genres to keep us occupied until next year’s E3. Though to be frank, this year’s... More
  • Is The GTA V Hate Justified?

    I had an itch to pop in GTA Online. I haven't touched this game in almost a year, and while I still defend this game having microtransactions for the sake of being a subscription-free and updated game, I just got bored with it. The new content just... More
  • Persona 5 Diary - 2nd Entry: Just Like The Good Old Times

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    To read my first entry, go here Day 2: June 5, 2017 Taking from I previously left off, my gaming time with Persona 5 continues, this time focusing more on the game itself rather than just making a preview of it. Mild spoilers may lie ahead though I'll... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 6/15/17

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! If this is your first time allow me to explain how this works. I will post a picture of a video game's cover art almost entirely blacked out. Each picture after that will slowly reveal more of the... More