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  • Ah Nintendo! Ah Humanity!

    I may not have a full grasp of the situation yet, but everyone seems to be up in arms over Nintendo, the NX, Zelda, and a whole lot of unanswered questions. From a video game enthusiast stand point, I am intrigued by all anger and frustration of the Nintendo... More
  • My Console Gaming Worries/Future

    With the recent Nintendo news that didn't acutally made my day, it was the first thing I saw on the morning, one of my many questions is: How will I decide what next console to buy when the time comes? I was planning to get a Nintendo console again... More
  • What I Wish Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem Had Actually Been


    I'm not really into what Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is, so here's a bit about what I wish the crossover had actually been.

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  • Why King's Quest is a Breath of Fresh Air

    As many of you know, The Odd Gentlemen are making an episodic light-reboot of the King's Quest series, of which the third chapter of five (six including the epilogue) just came out yesterday. I gotta say, after some of the recent releases in both... More
  • Nintendo Being Nintendo

    When I looked at my preferred website for gaming news today, the biggest headline I saw was that Nintendo had (again) delayed the upcoming Zelda to 2017 (with the game releasing on both the Wii U and the NX simultaneously), and had, unceremoniously, announced... More
  • Mirror's Edge Catalyst Beta Impressions

    It's official, Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a game. I know that seems obvious as hell, but it's pretty much what my entire experience in the ME Catalyst beta boiled down to. Perhaps it would be better to call it "gamey", but that makes... More
  • I Hate This Industry, and I'm Not Okay With That

    There was once a time where any news I could find out about the newest and latest video game would excite me. There once was a time where companies like Nintendo, Ubisoft and EA created my childhood. But those days are gone now. With Nintendo's recent... More
  • Ratchet and Clank: Critiquing Your Childhood

    Like many other mid-twenty somethings, I’d the grand ol’ pleasure of growing up in the rise of 3D-games and not finding them as ugly as a hemorrhoid infested bunghole. A sort of Stockholm syndrome if you will, because my prepubescent self... More
  • What Other RPGs Should Take from Xenoblade Chronicles & X

    Before Xenoblade Chronicles' release in 2012, many saw the JRPG genre as a stagnant being. The flagship JRPG genre, Final Fantasy, was having trouble releasing entries that appeased long-time fans. Many felt that Final Fantasy was wandering from what... More
  • Ratchet and Clank (PS4) Review

    I've mentioned before that I have a complicated relationship with Insomniac Games; they created one of my all time favorite games, and have a huge catalog of games I like, but don't really love, and the Ratchet and Clank series is chief among... More
  • 100th Blog Special: How Video Games Shaped My Life

    Today I have achieved another milestone thanks to gaming: Write my 100th blog. Words have been written, emotions recorded and an incredible experience formed. I can't tell how grateful I am to gaming, for it I'm here today writing how a simple... More
  • Anime That Deserve Their Own Games

    Anime and video games in many ways, go hand in hand, these two forms of media share very same similarities with each other especially if you are comparing it to video game genres like JRPGs. Even with these similarities, the amount of good video games... More
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