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  • Buried Treasure: Soul Blazer

    In the 1990s, before Square Enix merged into the company it is today, many know that SquareSoft and Enix were separate companies. While its big brother SquareSoft published many of the titles we know and adore from the SNES era, little brother Enix published... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: My Favorite Character Is…

    For this week’s Community Writing Challenge, I started thinking about what characters I like a lot. Some characters like Pikachu are simply adorable. Others are incredibly charming; without spoiling anything, the final scene of Uncharted 2 is one... More
  • Comfort Games (Amongst Other Things...)

    I do not feel good. I woke feeling awful. I still feel awful. And now I'm at my computer pouring out my guts to the internet about how awful I feel. Physically. All I really want to do is go lay down and try to regenerate some semblance of health... More
  • Then and Now:How my feelings for Final Fantasy XII have changed over time.

    The point of this blog is to show how my feelings for games can change over time because often people will say ''this game is great'' or ''this game was a disappointment'' because of certain circumstances such as a game... More
  • Blog Herding Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Community Playdate

    If you haven't already heard, Blog Herding is hosting a playdate for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for the Nintendo 3DS. Veterans and newcomers are all invited to the Saturday evening event. Check out this week's Blog Herding post for all the details... More
  • Mobile Device Games, the Death of Mobile Console Games

    This has been a long time thought of mine, but has become ever stronger in the most recent of times. Back when I was a kid there was a plethora of games coming out for handheld systems whether they were exclusively designed for handheld or created on... More
  • The Best Podcast on the Citadel, Ep. 38

    This week on the Best Podcast on the Citadel, hosts Blake Anglin and Chris Mrkvicka are joined by fellow Leviathyn editor Stephen Pollard to discuss this week’s goings-on in the world of video games. We talk about our current gaming obsessions,... More
  • Wii U Screen Shot Scrap Book #1

    These last two weeks I've been having such a blast with my new console that I take screen shots every so often. I figured I would set up a "scrap book" every so often to show off some screen shots of both classic games and new games. Feel... More
  • Bloodborne - Rom, the Vacuous Spider Super Easy Kill

    In this video we will be taking a look at taking on Rom, the Vacuous Spider, and the easiest way possible to kill him. It may be a glitch, exploit, or bug (no pun intended) that has since just been patched, but it's definitely a lot easier doing it... More
  • My Top 30 Favorite Gaming Protagonists (#30-21)

    Every time we sit down and play a video game, we almost always assume the role of one particular character. That character is our link to the world the game takes place in - an alternate universe full of people to meet, places to see, and things to do... More
  • What Does a 19-Year-Old Alien Look Like?

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    The release of Alien: Isolation late last year fueled nostalgia for the sci-fi/horror franchise, and encouraged me to revisit a related game that is over 19 years old -- Alien Trilogy. The presentation suffers on a high-definition TV and the gameplay... More
  • The One Thing Nobody is Saying about Bloodborne that Really Counts

    Bloodborne is credited for a lot of things, being difficult, the most recent masterful RPG of the year, coming from a critically acclaimed studio, etc. But one thing that isn't being said about Bloodborne, is how amazingly steady the servers are.... More