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  • Top 5 Best Mistakes in Games...

    We all love those unplanned mistakes in games. I mean, sometimes they become one of the most memorable. Hello Wandering Traveler and welcome to this top five best mistakes in games! 5. These Pretzels are Terrible! (Borderlands 2) In Borderlands 2, Jack... More
  • The 10 Best Women in the Legend of Zelda Franchise that aren’t Zelda

    This list is pretty much what the title says. The Legend of Zelda Franchise may not be filled with female representation, but the representation that there is normally pretty good. When you look past Princess Zelda, the game is filled with women that... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 24 - Tetris

    From breaking through the Iron Curtain of Soviet Russia to being labelled as a cause of medically confirmed hallucinations, Tetris has a fascinating history both within and without the video game industry. Alexey Pajitnov and Vladamir Pokhilko's classic... More
  • OverWatch Open Beta Review: I Wanna Play More!

    I love hero shooters. I really do. The amount of characters and their unique backstory really gets to me and makes me what to know more about their story and the lore of the world they live in. Too bad the game has no Story mode to explore that. Hello... More
  • May Game Challenge: Week Two (Making Good)

    For the first time in a while, I can actually report that I made progress towards my monthly challenge! Hooray! This past week I was all over the gaming map: I played a decent amount of the Overwatch beta, I completed The Park (more on that later), I... More
  • A History of Video Game Capital

    Video Games – as an entertainment medium – have come to dominate the artistic marketplace. They have left books, music, and movies in the dust. This is not opinion – this is fact. Call of Duty: Black Ops was the most widely experienced... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: When Video Games Meet Social Issues

    No matter our beliefs, education or point of view on life, there's no escaping the many social issues life keeps and keeps throwing at us. Games can serve as a sort of temporary hiding place to this, but they also keep in touch with this matter somehow... More
  • The Games I Played This Week: 5/1 - 5/7

    Betas, and alphas, and demos, oh my! I was a good little tester for several high-profile betas this week. 

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  • A Fool's Journey: Dark Souls - Part 2

    Hello and welcome to the second part of my journey through Dark Souls. Last time , I had made it through the Undead Asylum and have begun my trek through the Undead Burg. Like I've done in my previous entry, I'll try to keep the spoilers to a... More
  • Battlefield VS Call of Duty: A Tragic Love Story

    When it comes to modern shooters there are two games in particular that stand at the top of the mountain. The king without question is Call of Duty, but as Kratos has shown us, standing on the top of the mountain only makes you the target and Battlefield... More
  • Playing One Game At A Time

    Despite my best efforts to continue playing lots of games, college doesn't let me do so. On top of that, my writting here has also been affected due to that matter. I've failed my April's 10 games to beat and my blogging schedule once again... More
  • Top 5 Villains That Make You Want to Kill Them...

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    We all love to see a good villains in movies, games or even books. The one thing we all love is one that we hate to love. Hello Wandering Traveler and welcome to this top 5 villains in gaming that make us want to kill them! There are some ground rules... More