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  • The Halfway Point and What Comes Next

    We are just about at the halfway point for 2017. This year has been crazy so far. I can't remember a year that delivered more big games in the first 6 months than this one. We've had huge hits like a brand new, open world Zelda, a brand new IP... More
  • My Thoughts on Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy

    "Wow, they are going to remaster the greatest platforming series of the 90's and made the Playstation an awesome console to have! I can't wait to play those great games! Wow!" said every gamer who never played Crash Bandicoot. Trust... More
  • The Waiting Game

    I like to think that I’m a patient person. That I’m the kind of person that finds something to do while I wait for that circle to stop spinning or for that bar to hit 100%. Of course, just because I try to be patient, it doesn’t mean... More
  • Hollow Knight, How Dark Souls Improves With Time, and the Nature of Ranking a Game

    [This post originated on my personal blog site here . As I do not believe in simply posting links to promote my site, you're free to read the full post below!] So, I've been playing a little game called Hollow Knight. It's an insanely beautiful... More
  • It's Time For Sega To Step Their Game Up. (No Pun Intended)

    Sega, Sega, Sega. (Shaking head) A company I love, but also one that drives me crazy. Every now and then, they get something right, like Yakuza 0, and Sonic Mania. Other times, they do things that are just baffling. Anytime Sega decides to release a greatest... More
  • In The Mood For Love: Quietly Perfect

    In The Mood For Love is a 2000 film directed by Hong Kong auteur Wong Kar-Wai, and probably remains his most famous/recognizable work, and for good reason. It's the story of two neighbors, Mr. Chow and Mrs. Chan, played by Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung... More
  • Tekken 7 and a Fighter's Passion

    Tekken 7 and a Fighter's Passion I feel like Tekken 7 is probably up there in the two games I waited longest to play. Up there with Xenoblade X and its obnoxious release schedule. Tekken 7 had an excuse, as fighting games like to release in Arcades... More
  • You Can Never Go Home Again

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    Do people still blog on this website? I hope so. I haven't posted here for a few years, but I remember a vibrant community of interesting and creative people that took the time and care to talk to each other and put their thoughts into blogs. I hope... More
  • Ok, let's talk.

    I'm going to replay to a friend's comment regarding the minor changes to Chloe's look here instead.....time for some tough lovin! =P Even so what if they wanted to add some new features to her face to look a bit more Indian? i mean she used... More
  • Ranking the Soulsborne Bosses: No. 120-111

    It has been a bit longer than I previously planned since the last blog I've posted, but with all the E3 news and excitement going around, I figured I should give it some time to die down a bit before continuing with my list. And that time has finally... More
  • How Dishonored's Chaos System is One of its Greatest Narrative Strengths

    "Revenge Solves Everything" was the marketing tagline in the lead up to the release of Dishonored. Developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda, the game casted players in the role of a once royal bodyguard, whose world is turned on... More
  • Surviving the Horrors of Outlast 2

    Outlast 2 by Red Barrels creates an immersive, atmospheric setting for a survival horror video game that goes a long way toward instilling a palpable sense of discomfort and anxiety. But for all the headway made in establishing a creepy aesthetic that... More