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  • Have the Easiness for Playing Casino

    Have you ever felt so stuck during your days? What do you do when you feel so stuck? When we feel so stuck in our life, it can be caused by many reasons. One of the considerations is maybe we feel so bored or stressful with our daily activities. When... More
  • Procedural Generation in Gaming

    Procedural Generation in Gaming The long-awaited release of No Man's Sky is upon us and journalists have had their review copies for a number of days now. The game developed by British developer Hello Games has been highly anticipated ever since its... More
  • Harley Quinn, Suicide Squad, and Abuse

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    First, a content warning: this will contain spoilers. It will also contain invocations of abuse. This is something that I think we all ought to talk more frankly about, BUT if you don’t wish to read about these things, that’s perfectly fine... More
  • Super Mario Galaxy Review- The Perfection of the 3D Platformer

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    I review one of my favorite games of all time- Super Mario Galaxy!

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  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art?

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    After a few months of seeing the "Guess that Game" posts done by firedude3663 I drew inspiration to create another type of guessing game. My game is simple. I will be posting pics of a games cover art. The game could be from any console, past... More
  • How To Play the Pokemon Go Game and When Will It Be Released in Asian Countries Like thePhilippines?

    Lot's of Netizens couldn't wait to experience to travel between the real world and the virtual world of Pokemon, especially here in the Philippines. John Hanke the founder of Niantic, the game developer stated that he does not want to limit the... More
  • Being the Sniper on VR

    After seeing Jacksepticeye's video, SKYDIVE SNIPER | The Last Sniper VR (HTC Vive Virtual Reality) , it came to me that there could be a new type of genre for VR. It has been done in many ways, shapes and forms, but not at a realistic standpoint.... More
  • Gaming Vacation

    The arrival of August means one thing: summer vacations. Once this month started, I only thought of playing non-stop for a while, reason why I took a week off from blogging. Having missed my 5-10 games per month rule due to college, I was able to beat... More
  • Weathering the Hype Storm

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    The excitement for No Man’s Sky has been building for a while now, probably since Hello Games first announced it. To say the least, No Man’s Sky is one of the most hyped games of the year, and gamers are gleefully anticipating their chance... More
  • Metroid and the Magic of Superfluous Mechanics

    Hey, happy birthday Metroid ! Nintendo didn’t seem to remember, but don’t worry – I got you something. A day late. It's an analytical breakdown of ‘Metroidvania!’ Truly the greatest gift of all. I’m throwing a bit... More
  • Hype Expectations: They Can Be Met!

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    A new reader discussion post popped up today asking what games, if any, have ever met your hype expectations. Rather than just comment I figured I would write a post about it. Plenty of games are presented as "the next big thing" and not only... More
  • The Problem with the Rockstar Brand of Writing

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    Rockstar’s approach to world-building and character writing follows a principle that I call the Everyone Is An *** approach to storytelling. By this I mean: the overwhelming amount of players in a Rockstar world are cruel, violent, even evil people... More