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  • The Allure of Halo Multiplayer

    I fired up Halo Reach last night out of the blue. It had been a while since I had played through the multiplayer and a little random drunken excursion the previous week with some friends renewed the spark of interest I had previously with the game. What... More
  • Review: Dead or Alive Dimensions

    Dead or Alive Dimensions was released on May 24th for the 3DS, and is one of the best fighting games I've ever played. This is the first time I ever try and play a Dead or Alive game, and it is really easy for people new to the game to get into. I... More
  • Starcraft: Trials and Tribulations

    Starcraft II is a marvelous game. Growing up I fell in love with the Real-Time Strategy (RTS) genre when I purchased Age of Empires II and began fighting as the Britons, Celts, Chinese, Japanese, and Byzantines. Then came the purchase of Command &... More
  • Pikmin Review (GC)

    Pikmin is a real-time strategy game released in 2001 for the Nintendo Gamecube. It was then ported to the Wii in 2009. This review is on the gamecube version. The game starts off with a comet hitting Captain Olimar's(the main character) spaceship... More
  • Goofing Off In Video Games.

    Ahh Goofing... It is one of my favorite pass times something most of us are prone to doing every now and again (I think... Come on don't lie, you know you've done it before. But how about in video games? Now some people might consider goofing... More
  • "Oh That's not REAL Socialization-It's just a GAME!"

    If you make friends in the Matrix, does it make that friendship really real? I'm sure that you probably don't count your interaction with CPU's in video games as "socialization," yet the truth of the matter is that many of us use... More
  • The Sound of Music.. I Long For The Good Ol' Days.

    Video games, as a form of entertainment, have changed a lot since the days of the NES, SNES, and consoles of their ilk. The focus of games has often shifted from simple entertainment, RPG elements, and whatnot to the use of story, environment, and audio... More
  • Friday thoughts, A grouchy old dude report.

    Why are there so many podcasts? Podcasts are like poopholes everybody has one. lol Except me,I mean podcast I mean I have a poop (Ahh you know what I mean.) Well Asia the continent with yummy food has PSN back up and you seen the list of games they get... More
  • Derreck's In Depth E3 2011 Predictions

    Everyone's favorite annual video game event is just a few days away. What am I talking about? Why none other than the iconic Electronics Entertainment Expo, better known as E3. For those of you who don't know what E3 is, it's basically when... More
  • Range: S3 Part 9

    “Alphonse!” Jack rushed over to help him up. “Thanks.” Alphonse put an arm over Jacks shoulder. “It’s just like Kate to not show up when we fight someone like this, isn’t it?” “Yeah I guess it is.... More
  • The Dragyn's Lair: L.A. Noire Is Ambitious, But Should Be Even More So

    Ever had Dippin' Dots, those little beads of ice cream that just sort of melt in your mouth? The website calls them "the unique, futuristic and fun way to eat ice cream". When they were introduced over a decade ago, they were supposedly... More
  • Zero The Hero

    I've never liked "Thanks for Playing" achievements. What's the point of an achievement if everyone gets it? Why do they put achievements on tutorials? Have you ever gotten one for watching the intro to a game? That's the most ridiculous... More