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  • Let's talk about Berserk!

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    With E3 2016 officially over, now is the time to dwell on all the games announced. While the usual console war ‘who won E3’ BS rages on, and the ‘I think X looks great/bad’ thinkpieces run and the moaning ‘E3 is a bad thing... More
  • Nintendoomed II: Point of no Return

    A few weeks ago, I wrote my first Nintendoomed blog detailing the reason so many of us former fans have gradually fallen by the wayside and walked away from Nintendo, and noted how this has been occurring for generations, ever since the SNES when the... More
  • Your VR Genitals and You

    [Warning: NSFW mention of body parts sprinkled amongst sound conjectures of cultural analysis. Continue at your own peril] Every single person you know is self-conscious. That gorgeous guy you haven’t worked up the courage to talk to hates his thighs... More
  • How Revisiting Dishonored Gave Me an Even Greater Appreciation of it

    When Dishonored first released back in 2012, it wasn't a high profile release for many people but after reviewing well and gaining a solid fan base, the game became one of the most memorable late last generation titles. I thoroughly enjoyed my time... More
  • The Problem with BioShock Infinite

    The Problem with BioShock Infinite A fully-realized city that isn't fully utilized. By Bryant Golden on June 21, 2016 @BryantGolden _______ BioShock Infinite is a great video game. The opening thirty minutes are incredible. Arriving at the lighthouse... More
  • A Vacation from Gaming – Or So I Thought

    There’s nothing like a vacation to the beach – sun, sand, and Pokémon? After a few days exploring the beaches of North Carolina, I found myself nursing a bad sunburn with 10 straight hours of Pokémon X and re-falling in love... More
  • Mirror's Edge: Catalyst Critique

    I’ve longed desired the return of Mirror’s Edge . The original is the epitome of a creative new IP with its fair share of rough edges, but comes shining through nevertheless. Despite some not so hot reviews, I was confident I’d enjoy... More
  • My Post-E3 Most Anticipated Games

    With E3 2016 in the books and the video game landscape full of new announced games as well as more details on what we will be playing in the coming months, I thought I would list some of my most anticipated titles post-E3. I'm sure a few more games... More
  • Let's Talk - Who is the Courier?

    If you ever played the game New Vegas, you must have had a lot of questions. Most of them might have been minor, revolving around the story most likely. Me? I was wondering who my character was! Hello Wandering Traveler and welcome to another thought... More
  • Call of Duty and the Importance of an Animation

    This is a story about Call of Duty 2 , and one of the craziest emotional roller coasters I’ve ever experienced in my entire life. It is a story of love, childhood, and video games, and also an acute existential crisis. It begins in the fall of 2005... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: E3 - A Stage Full Of Surprises

    I have only seen an E3 press conference live 4 times, but my connection to this event is quite enormous. Not only do I cancel all of my not so important errands to keep in touch with it, but also I have learnt to feel like if I was over there when I get... More
  • A Humble Thought

    No matter how hard I try, how determined I may be or how big my will towards gaming and writing have become, I now find myself lost into a routine. Sitting in front of my TV to play video games still remains as one of the things I love doing the most... More
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