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  • My Pre-E3 Hype Has Never Been Higher

    Going into E3 last year, I had lost some passion for video games. I knew there would be another Assassin's Creed , Call of Duty WWII did not quite have my interest, Wolfenstein 2 was not announced yet, and Mass Effect Andromeda left a bad taste in... More
  • GMC: Saturation, Baby

    There is a mixed conception when you mention Telltale Games. They have a knack for story and player’s choice that actually matters. Although, there is a lot of stories they’ve already told that were bad or even better than the last Walking... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 88 - The Long Dark (ft. Naomi Lugo)

    The Long Dark presents players with an existential apocalypse and tasks them with surviving the wild in the face of an unending winter. Originally a Kickstarter project , The Long Dark has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 2013. Launched in... More
  • Square Enix wants to explore Biggs, Wedge, and Jessie in The Upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake

    (Warning side story spoilers ahead) All three turned up in the recent gameplay trailer from PlayStation Experience, and they looked great. However, this intro isn’t all we’re going to be seeing of them. In a recent interview with Famitsu,... More
  • What Do You Want From Super Smash Bros. Switch?

    With the reveal of what is arguably going to be one of the biggest titles of 2018, what exactly do you want from SSB Switch? It seems opinions are all over the place, ranging from whether this should just be a definitive edition of SSB Wii U, or a brand... More
  • What I Want From Cyberpunk 2077

    Cyberpunk 2077 is a game that we know basically nothing about, unfortunately. The most solid piece of information about the game was a cinematic trailer that was released 4 long years ago. Now I have to admit: I'm not CDPR's biggest fan in terms... More
  • UPDATE: The 3DS Roadmap of 2018

    Color me surprised. And absolutely and completely wrong. I was convinced that the 3DS was done. That we were seeing the end unfold before us. That development had stopped, and Nintendo was just releasing the last of their projects as they learned to let... More
  • Axiom Verge: Metroidvania At Its Finest

    Even though it's at the end of its life I am still finding reasons to turn on my Vita. The most recent reason? Axiom Verge. AV is a game that had been on my radar since it came out and late last year it was actually released physically in the Multiverse... More
  • Journalism, Politics, and Video Games

    The video game industry and politics have a rocky history. Whether it is a factual report, or a subjective op-ed, gamers tend to react strongly to articles that involve these two subjects. Sometimes these feelings are valid, but oftentimes they are not... More
  • What Makes Casino Gambling So Appealing?

    The attraction to casino gambling is undeniable, particularly for those who already enjoy playing as their pastime. To others, however, it is a complete mystery, especially because gambling not only had pros but also obvious cons. If you are wondering... More
  • A Big Thank You To All of You!

    I'm leaving again, but not for the same reasons. I've been hired on to write for Cynosure Gaming, a smaller site who thought that my writing was pretty good. So my posting here will be very diminished, not entirely gone and I'll still post... More
  • The Elena Delusion

    Almost two years down the road from its release Naughty Dog's Uncharted 4: A Thief's End continues to provide material for conversation. This may seem a little late in coming, but in this post I will be discussing a new perspective on the character... More