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  • Will Just Cause 3 Get Its (Destructive) Due?

    Back in early December of 2012, Far Cry 3 released with little fanfare to few expectations. Despite the late release in the calendar year, it ended up selling over ten million copies (to date), as well as reviewing almost universally well (it has a 90... More
  • The Invaders, Chapter Three: Broken Tree

    As the team flows through space, the robotic mercenary assassin follows them with an angry fire lurking inside of him. The team finally, for the first time, in 5 days, they finally found the ship... "Hey... Did anyone notice that weird ship following... More
  • Some Things You May Not Know About Fallout 4

    I love the Fallout series. Even though I have really only been playing since Fallout 3, I love the experiences I have had during the short time I have been playing the series. With the release of Fallout 4, I have seen some of the Game Informer people... More
  • Fallout 4 Super Mutant Behemoth - Greentop Nursery

    I accidentally stumbled upon how to essentiallly summon a super mutant. So I show you how to get absolutely demolished and deal with these monsters. Poorly. It's at the Greentop Nursery, a little south of the settlement. Be prepared. Just be very... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: What I Do and Don’t Like About Lost Dimension

    I’m currently on my New Game+ playthrough of Lost Dimension, a relatively unknown tactical role-playing video game from Atlus, which released in North America earlier this year on Vita. What got me first interested in Lost Dimension was its intriguing... More
  • Ranking (most of) the Call of Duty campaigns

    While there is ongoing debate about whether the series should even have campaigns anymore, the fact remains that every game in the franchise has had a single-player component. However, the quality of these have fluctuated wildly over the years. So, without... More
  • Diverse Entertainment. My Top 10 Video Game Series

    Ever since video games were created developers brought different ways to experience them, and as sequels got released genres were form establishing a wide diversity of video games. We gamers can now choose a specific genre to follow and here are the ones... More
  • WWE 2K16

    I played some of the 2K Showcase in WWE 2K16, and it was very fun and authentic; I loved playing the classic match between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Dude Love where Stone Cold hit Vince McMahon with a chair. It's really hard to complete the objectives... More
  • Getting to the Core Appeal of Gaming

    I'm sure this has been said by a lot of people this year, but it's worth repeating that 2015 has been an incredible year for the video game industry. I'm so eager to read and listen to Game of the Year discussions as I can see the case for... More
  • Thanksgaming!

    Allow me to get this out of the way right off the bat: I'm hyper-aware that the title of this piece is truly terrible. When I came up with it and said it out loud to my partner, he (who is endlessly supportive) made a face, looked at me and said,... More
  • Games that Mean Something to me: Red Dead Redemption

    Red Dead Redemption may be one of my favorite games of all time. I started gaming in 1997, with the Playstation being my first video game system. I have play a ton of great video games along the way, but to this day, I still think about Red Dead. Now... More