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  • Jack in the Box: Sourdough Jack Review

    It was a lifetime ago that I ate at Jack in the Box. Summer days gone by of The Phantom Menace and Lego forts consumed those such a period and long has my mind wandered to what the illusive Jack tasted like. That Friday of the month where I eat fast food... More
  • My First Blog Post and I'm Already Complaining

    For the record, when living with others for the purpose of attaining a higher education, it is widely considered to be irresponsible and, dare I say, dickish to leave the only other person in the house with your dog for four dogs, while you head at least... More
  • Firefly: The Game House Rules

    Inspired by @ nightcrawlerash13's blog about table top games I thought I would post these shiny House Rules that I play by. If you own this incredible board game give these a try and, no matter what, keep flying. House Rules On the Raggedy Edge –... More
  • My Kickstarter Experience

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    Let me start with some background information. When I was in tenth grade I got my first job working part time at a small, locally owned, second run movie theatre. My boss was a man whom I’ve known for most of my life as he is a close family friend... More
  • 365/365 Day 240: My Journey To 100% Xenoblade Chronicles Is Almost Complete...

    SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR EVERYTHING UP UNTIL THE FINAL BOSS OF XENOBLADE. I'm not someone who always tries to do everything a game offers. I find that a very tedious, often unrewarding process. There are definitely games out there that are worth it, but... More
  • Review for Clannad visual novel

    The Clannad anime series is a much-loved anime series and people talk about it's heartfelt story,humor and drama elements that many people can relate to.The Clannad visual novel was actually released before the Clannad anime,the Clannad visual novel... More
  • 365/365 Day 243: How Should We Feel About The New 3DS?

    I love Nintendo, and I love my Ninendo 3DS XL. After getting an original 3DS around the release of Ocarina of Time 3D, I acquired a new 3DS XL last year, and I've been very happy with it. The screen is great, the buttons feel swell, and overall the... More
  • 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die – Number 74…

    Another Sunday means another episode of 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die, the (hopefully) weekly series where I play through all of the games listed in the book - 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die. If I played the game before... More
  • Why mulitple systems is not a good idea for companies.

    Nintendo and Sony seem to have a lot of deal with lately. Namely the lack of equal support to all of its multiple systems. At this point many can consider these systems in question, dead or near death. Both Sony and Nintendo has been slowly tapping in... More
  • "A Gamers View" 8/28/14 - Week long drudge, Walruses, and Wolfenstein: The New Order™

    **** This weeks a gamer's view focuses on the weekly adventures of the brand new senior year and all its wonderful wonderful activities, as well as the week that was so long because the first week is always long and speaking of long there is another... More
  • Never Alone Will Never Let You Forget…

    When a little ole puzzle-platform video game developed by indie developer Playdead released a few years ago it immediately became one of my favorite games - a huge accomplishment since it was a relatively short and small game. To this day, I remain enamored... More
  • A Tear to My Eye- Rayman Origin's Water Levels

    Aaand we're back. A Tear to My Eye, for those who don't remember, is where I take a look at aspects of games that have been forgotten. It could be anything, as last time I talked about Pikmin 2's bosses and the brilliance of them. This time... More