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  • Wheres the beta!?!!

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    so I went to college at like 6:30 tonight, left the computer running and bam, I come back and then hit the refresh button and the home page looked different. upon closer inspection, I noticed that there was no beta next to the gameinformer title. Am i... More
  • Why I Bought Homefront

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    Let me make one thing clear: I am not a big multiplayer gamer. I am only level 14 (not prestige) on Black Ops, never got past level 12 on Bad Company 2 or Modern Warfare 2 and Halo multiplayer just doesn't appeal to me at all. However, I just had... More
  • The Western: A Neglected Genre

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    I love Westerns. Of all of the settings that gaming has traversed in the past, one of the most fertile areas for storytelling left mostly unexplored is the Western genre. The Western has inspired many classic films, games, and books: Star Wars, Firefly... More
  • Video Game Logic(And It's Potential Effects On Real Life)

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    Ahhh Logic...You and your Vulcans continue to amuse me such with, your high falutin ways and what not, however, there isn't just one type of logic in these here parts, i noticed another kind of logic out and about there, Video Game logic and it has... More
  • Sexism really?

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    It's been a while since my last blog, and you have The Duke to thank for this one.... Recently GI reported that a multiplayer capture the babe mode, would call for babe spanking. Not to harp on an old subject, but naturally sexism has been mentioned... More
  • What Really Grinds My Gears -- Release Dates

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    You know what really grinds my gears? 2011 release dates. These things are ridiculous. In the next few months, we've got a plethora of great games coming out, all within a few weeks. Let's take a look: 03/27/11 - Nintendo 3DS 04/18/11 - Portal... More
  • questions that have to do with mass wars and project moon light

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    what you do if you found an weapon that can control gravity? how would you use it ? and what will you use it for? what if you woke up and you was in some kind of city? what if the city was being attacked my an unstoppable army? would you try to save the... More
  • What Does It Mean To Be Creative?

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    Piggy backing, in part, off the blog I wrote earlier today I decided I might as well also write an introspective into what it means to be truly creative in today's gaming industry. This topic is one that is increasingly important within the industry... More
  • Rewarding the Extremes: Insight on Achievements/Trophies

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    The gaming world we live in today loves to reward players. Achievements, trophies, and other awards await prospective players around every corner. Even systems in games take rewarding players to a new level. However, is this new way of rewarding players... More
  • The Pain of a Lie

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    For a bit, ignore the fact that I said I would never post a blog on here again. This blog is more of a warning to this community that I have grown to think of as my friends, so I don't think most of you are bound to fault me for this anyway. Honestly... More
  • Burned-Out On Video Games... (What Happened and How Can I Fix It?)

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    So, for about the last two months I've felt burned-out on one of my favorite passtimes, gaming. I'm sure it's happened to all of us at some time. Maybe there's a good reason for it happening, like the loss of a loved one or the kicking... More
  • Superhero Strategy Game

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    Remember Final Fantasy Tactics? I do, and there's no other Turn Based Strategy game that I would rather play, but fantasy has been done, science fiction has been done, and crazy nonsensical Japanese has been done (Disgaea). Now here's my other... More