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  • The Last of Us Part II - Neil Druckmann Talks About the Ending

    Hello, everyone, it's drmuffin1080 here. Today I'm going to be talking about a relatively recent bit of news about The Last of Us Part II. It's a tiny piece of information, but it is very important to the overall theme and story. While it... More
  • The Joy Of A Boy -200th Blog Special

    The more I thought of writing something special for the occasion, nothing came to mind. From where I stand now, 200 blogs, who would have thought? I only ask to remain humble, creative and above all, original. Games have been played, blogs been written... More
  • 31/31 Day 6-- Why I'm Happy With My PS4

    Once upon a time I had the predilection to get every console in rotation. Few fiscal responsibilities and a mass of free time will do that. I was a late teen, early twenty-something with a rapidly growing collection. I’m not as inclined to have... More
  • Games I Didn't Review In 2016: Obduction

    [As Originally Written on SNo2. ] Silly old me thought for the longest time that the title of the semi-spiritual successor to Myst/Riven/All-That-Good-Stuff point and click adventure was a mere typo or perhaps creative indifference to the spelling of... More
  • Ghost Recon: State of the Shooter

    The open beta for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands not only increased my anticipation for the game since playing the closed beta , but also added to my list of post-release fixes that would improve the entertainment value and appeal for this latest... More
  • Ranking Every Comic-book Film I've Ever Seen: #66-48

    I have, in total in my life, seen sixty-six films based on comic books or graphic novels. And now, I am going to rank each and every one of them based on how much I like them. This ranking is wholly personal, based on what I feel is the quality of the... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 54 - The Legend of Zelda

    With the recent release of the Nintendo Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild , another game looms large in the background: The original Legend of Zelda, the 1986 title that started it all and taught us all that it's dangerous to go alone... More
  • Identity Politics in Big Budget Films

    The media have been making a big deal lately about the character of Le Fou (played by Josh Gad) being made into a gay character in the live action Beauty and the Beast. In the original animated film the character of Le Fou was not depicted as gay, in... More
  • My guide to get you caught up on Samurai Jack.

    As I browsed the Hulu catalog one last time before deciding whether or not to ditch the service completely I came across one of my favorite old cartoons from years past and decided to keep the service just so I could re-watch it. Samurai Jack is one of... More
  • Double Dragon IV Review - The Double Dragons Are Good Enough

    Developer: Arc System Works Publisher: Arc System Works Double Dragon is a bit of an odd property in terms of nostalgia. A driving force in the arcade scene that has munched many quarters in its time. The first two NES games were beloved, while the third... More
  • Alien: Covenant- A Return to Form?

    [As Originally Written on SNo2 .] The Alien franchise is one that has certainly seen its fair share of commercial success over the years since its initial inception. Whether it be through film, video games, or merchandise, it has been marketed to an ever... More
  • 31/31 Day 5-- Horizon: Zero Dawn Made Climbing Towers Fun Again

    Tower climbing. Ubisoft made it into a literal joke of the industry. It started with the first Assassin’s Creed in 2007 and the mechanic seemingly made its way into almost everyone of their games for the next seven years. The Crew , was likely the... More