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  • Exploring Freedom In The Saboteur

    In celebration of the 4th of July, Game Informer editors have been posting stories all day about games that gave them such a unequivocal sense of exploration that they remember it to this day. I've loved reading these write-ups and they have inspired... More
  • In Defense of the Print Medium

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    As smartphones and other mainstream technological devices continue to bleed into our daily lives further, many objects and concepts are deemed obsolete and slowly fading out of existence. In order to thrive in today's market, one must EMBRACE this... More
  • The Fourth of July: As Told By Assassin’s Creed III

    In recognition of the fourth of July, let's celebrate video game style! While not many games are set during the American Revolution one particular game in recent memory comes to mind, Assassin's Creed III. The Assassin's Creed symbol is stickered... More
  • Moving From Console To PC: A Filthy Console Peasant's Thoughts

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    In my last blog post, "What To Expect When Starting a Let's Play," I talked a little about what I learned through this new experience of setting up a Let's Play channel, so as I began to make the transition along with my friends to more... More
  • "A Gamers View" 7/4/14 - Blog update, please read!

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    Hello curious and regular readers alike! I am taking a 2 week break from the gaming community to enjoy the great outdoors! With wonderful animal friends like snakes, bears, mountain lions, and of course the rare wolf, I Alex Excelsior, will be spending... More
  • 365/365 Day 184: Mekakucity Actors Review: Fake-Out Actor

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    When your story is based around character interactions and teenagers having unique powers associated with their eyes, you probably have something good going on. Unfortunately, Mekakucity Actors fails to be truly great, despite its promising premise, due... More
  • What If Video Game Characters Competed On Ninja Warrior…

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    I don't know what it is about Ninja Warrior, but I'm a huge fan of the series. I was watching it back when the contestants didn't speak English and it wasn't called American Ninja Warrior. And as much as I like the show, I much preferred... More
  • Final Thoughts 27: Portal

    Final Thoughts 27 Portal 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
  • The Gaming Wishlist: Arkham Knight Edition

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    A new series I will be starting with all the wants and additions I think would be absolutely epic in an upcoming video game. Spoiler Alert: If you have not played any of the previous Arkham games, which would be pretty ludicrous at this point. Continue... More
  • Review for Contact(JRPG for NDS)

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    Title:Contact Genre:RPG Developer(s):Grasshopper Manufacture Publisher(s):JP Marvelous Entertainment :NA Atlus :PAL Rising Star Games Platform(s):Nintendo DS Release date(s):JP March 30,2006 :NA October 19,2006 :AUS January 252007 :EU February 6,2007... More
  • The Forthcoming Condition of Video Games Through the Eyes of the Future

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    2077 A.D. has no doubt been an interesting year for video games so far. We've seen developers like Media Molecule and Quantic Dream continue to improve upon hologram gaming experiences with titles such as Parts of One and Crimson Skies, and have had... More
  • Who Are Games Made For?

    Games are for children. Games are art. Games are for man-children. Games are for all. Depending on who one talks to there is a variety of audiences who gaming is "meant" for. This variety of audiences is one of the reasons the ESRB rating system... More