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  • When Bad Games Do Good

    A lot of games, especially on PC, are blatantly obvious the companies behind them don't give a *** post-launch. They have your money, and the only time they'll start acting nice again is to convince you to buy their DLC...which, if you already... More
  • Clone

    Robotic cloning is hard. It's not an easy work as the schools make it in the federation sector of space. We worked on these things, planting harddrives of what we wanted on them. A handyman's robotic sequences. Maid bots for those disabled to... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: The Autumn Game List

    Games, just as any other entertainment medium, have the tendency to remind the user of a particular time or memory. Every time I play Sim City, I am reminded of playing it on the SNES at my friend’s house attempting to build the best city to destroy... More
  • Missing Xbox

    When I was about 5 or 8, I was given a hacked Xbox. It played and could read copied games. We knew it was illegal (Even I knew at the time), but when your poor, living in a house that is basically falling apart as you speak and with two begging kids,... More
  • Resting On My Shoulder

    As night comes I sit with her in front of the TV A desire to play gets to my thumbs And she just remains there silently. No matter the hours No matter the game Her presence is enough For that victory to claim. Sometimes like Navi Others like Cortana She... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 10/15/16

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! I cannot believe it's the 15th already. This month has flown by. If this is your first time allow me to explain how this works. I will post a picture of a video game's cover art almost entirely... More
  • Retro Review: The Legend of Dragoon

    The Legend of Dragoon is probably the best game I have played this year. It's tough for me to say this seeing how I got to play Dark Souls 3 this year as well, but wow I loved this game and let me tell you why you should too. I have been playing LoD... More
  • [Interview] Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, The Witcher 3 Game Director

    I had a little interview with Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, The Witcher 3 Game Director, i hope you guys like it, :). This is the link to my website , with the original post, :). Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, The Witcher 3 Game Director By Adrian Velez 'Vichi'... More
  • Bordeaux Line Playable-- A Mafia III Review

    I’ve come to the conclusion that unless there is some facet which truly standouts, open-world crime games are no longer my jam. I may scrape some semblance of enjoyment out, but the chances of me ranting and raving all the way to the internet is... More
  • A Rising Tide: Destiny and the Rise of Iron

    [As Read on SNo2 .] Destiny’s latest expansion released nearly a month ago and now I’ve finally had a good enough taste of what it offers in order to give some of my own thoughts. This is a review of sorts but more importantly it is a discussion... More
  • Retrospective Saga - Episode 1 (Video Series)

    Some of you may have read the title, and thought "Wait, I thought he was up to episode 3 now? I was really looking forward to that", but somehow I doubt very many of you had that exact phrasing run through the mind. After considerable deliberation... More
  • When A Soundtrack Keeps On Playing

    As one of my defining aspects when playing, video game soundtracks sure have practically replaced my music library. After listening to the epic themes of Kingdom Hearts, the unique lyrics of Silent Hill and the catchy tunes of the Persona series, my mind... More
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