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  • Insomnia E3 Edition! Best Drop the Mic Moment!

    Well, as I have laid in bed for the past hour and a half completely failing to fall asleep I thought why not write a new blog post instead. Tonight's topic? Greatest E3 drop the mic moment. There have been plenty of surprises to come from E3 in the... More
  • Pre-E3 Rituals

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    This past week as I've been cleaning and organizing furiously, I started to realize what was happening: I was falling into my pre-E3 ritual of, well, cleaning and organizing. Prior to the pressers, I like to make sure everything else is in order so... More
  • Mirror's Edge Catalyst Review - First Person Platforming Perfection

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    Hey fans – we made it. Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst is finally here. The sequel to one of the most distinctive titles of the aughts. Mirror’s Edge was different from anything else on the market, with its first-person freerunning and its female... More
  • Overwatch Review: Overlooking the Multiplayer Landscape

    Every so often a game comes out that just gets it right, whether it be a story, multiplayer, or overall gameplay, Overwatch is one such game that gets it right. Overwatch is a multiplayer first-person shooter from Blizzard that focuses on providing a... More
  • E3 Hopes: Playstation 4 Backwards Compatibility

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    Xbox has done a really good job with their backwards compatibility, it's so simple and they're constantly updating the list of games. All we have to do is either install a compatible game or insert the 360 disc, boom! You're done and ready... More
  • E3 2016 First Party Conference Predictions

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    It’s that time again, E3 is less than a week away and the excitement just keeps growing. As that excitement grows that mind naturally starts racing on what could show up, what will be reviled and what will leaves us all awestruck. So for the second... More
  • Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Review

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    If you were to go by my opinion alone, then Odin Sphere on the PS2 is an outright masterpiece. I've certainly made no secret that it's one of my favorite games of all time, from it's story, to it's visuals, to it's gameplay, everything... More
  • OVERSEER R-12: LOG#005

    Sanctuary has ended up being a decent base for this ragtag group after I spent half the day observing the perimeter. I know you hate it when I’m farther than six feet away from the dictated, but Miss Nora spent most her time either sleeping, eating... More
  • Playing A Game To Its Fullest

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    Has it ever happened to you that you just want to give your all to a game? Be it to get all of the achievements, unlock extras or for pride, beating a game to its fullest is always a rewarding experience no matter how hard or how long it may take. In... More
  • A Fool's Journey: Dark Souls - Part 5

    Hello and welcome once again to my continuing journey through Dark Souls. Last time, I had made my way through Blighttown and have completed the first task of ringing the bells. Now it appears that a new obstacle has been placed in front of me. The location... More
  • How Random History and Crazy Myth Collide in Child of Light

    While I originally loved Child of Light for its story, art style, and feminist undertone, I now love it even more for leading me down the bizarre rabbit hole that is the lore of missing continent of Lemuria. I would like to add that I don’t believe... More
  • My Big, Bold, and Probably Not so Beautiful E3 2016 Predictions

    E3 is next week, which means tons of reveals, news, and surprises. E3 is always one of my favorite few days of the year and even with the event undergoing some changes with big names opting to not attend the event, it still contains plenty of excitement... More