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  • A Vacation from Gaming – Or So I Thought

    There’s nothing like a vacation to the beach – sun, sand, and Pokémon? After a few days exploring the beaches of North Carolina, I found myself nursing a bad sunburn with 10 straight hours of Pokémon X and re-falling in love... More
  • The Problem with BioShock Infinite

    The Problem with BioShock Infinite A fully-realized city that isn't fully utilized. By Bryant Golden on June 21, 2016 @BryantGolden _______ BioShock Infinite is a great video game. The opening thirty minutes are incredible. Arriving at the lighthouse... More
  • My Post-E3 Most Anticipated Games

    With E3 2016 in the books and the video game landscape full of new announced games as well as more details on what we will be playing in the coming months, I thought I would list some of my most anticipated titles post-E3. I'm sure a few more games... More
  • Let's talk about Berserk!

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    With E3 2016 officially over, now is the time to dwell on all the games announced. While the usual console war ‘who won E3’ BS rages on, and the ‘I think X looks great/bad’ thinkpieces run and the moaning ‘E3 is a bad thing... More
  • Xbox Play Anywhere, Bye Exclusives?

    During Microsoft's E3 conference this year, they introduced a new program, Play Anywhere, this let's you play Xbox games on your One or PC. Buy the digital copy of Gears of War 4 on Xbox One, get the PC version free, buy the upcoming Forza Horizon... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 29 - E3 2016

    Usually, each week we tackle a video game, old or new, that at least one of us believes deserves to stand as one of the greatest games of all time. We dive into its history, development, and gameplay, while trying to argue for or against the game of the... More
  • The Story of Jeramy: Part One

    Author's Note: I promised this a long time ago, but I want to separate this into parts because of how complex this was. I am still working on Amnesia, but I want to put that aside for now and I hope that isn't too much of a disappointment. Anyways... More
  • Review - Kirby: Planet Robobot

    After seeing the reveal trailer for this game, I felt uneasy, but eager to get my hands on it at the same time. Kirby's core gameplay has remained the same with some tweaks done occasionally (Curse Series - Epic Yarn) and Planet Robobot aimed for... More
  • Tear Jerking Moments in Gaming!

    If you didn't notice already, I've been with gaming for about 12 years now. That's about 80% of my life right now, and I had moments that made me cry when there were reveals, releases, or even a moment in the game that made me cry. Hello Wandering... More
  • Gaming's Top Ten Hottest Dads

    In honor of the holiday, I thought I’d pay my respects to gaming’s great fathers by subjectively listing them according to their physical appearance. Eat your heart out, Kotaku. 10. Mike Haggar – Final Fight I’m kicking things... More
  • Overwatch: A steep learning curve or is it just me?

    Sometimes letting friends borrow your games doesn't turn out well. I allowed a friend to borrow a few Vita games awhile back for his vacation and sadly all three were lost. One was an import too... In order to compensate I simply made him get me Overwatch... More
  • Surviving Real Life Zero Escape


    I recently traveled to Little Tokyo in Los Angeles to participate in a Zero Escape themed escape room with friends and family. Here is my experience escaping Zero Escape: Trust on Trial!

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