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  • Are you a gamer? Are you lonely? Here's something that might help

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    Yes, fellow gamers, GameCrush has launched! This service allows you to play your favourite games and have some female companionship! Unless you're married, of course, in which case the female companionship you're actually getting is probably complaining... More
  • The first(and last) blog I'm gonna write that has nothing to do with gaming.

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    Hello everyone whats up? Not much for me except that i found a part time and may start working soon(:D).Now maybe I can finally move up to the next generation consoles.Anyway thats not what I'm here to talk about.We all had hard times in our life... More
  • My thoughts on mass effect, why it’s my favorite sci-fi series and why people shouldn’t freak out about the endings. *Spoilers*

    So I just started playing mass effect 1 again because I am doing my perfection run through the trilogy. I have come to realized how impactful this game has been to me. It still feels so familiar and fresh in my mind from when I first played it. Even though... More
  • The Economy and You

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    The Economy and You Let's face it the economy has seen better days. Jobs are scarce and some of the jobs that are available might not even pay enough to put food on the table. Some of us are still lucky to have our jobs althought you never know for... More
  • EA states UK kids are more advanced readers than North American kids

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    According to CasualGamer's interview with EA, the upcoming Flips book applications/games for the Nintendo DS will only be released in the UK. Here is a part of the interview where Harvey Elliott explains why: CG: Will you be taking Flips global? Harvey... More
  • One Hour Review: Borderlands

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    So this weekend I rented up Borderlands and had the opportunity to start it up. I had heard all good things and was really excited to play. While definitely not enough to satisfy my thirst for the game, the first hour did give me a great sample of the... More
  • Poem: The Darkness of Fear

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    Quietly, quietly the darkness creeps in The sun crashes into the horizon It is time for the monsters to come out to play And your fears to be expanded The day had kept them all away You worked diligently in the sun But now it’s night and you huddle... More
  • Sometimes They Know Best

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    Gamers worry about developers and publishers messing with that known, fixed, ‘perfect’ formula. There’s usually a tangible sense of excitement when something new is revealed about a hyped upcoming title. Not always though, of course.

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  • What Happened to the 'Game' in Gameplay?

    I haven’t slept much in the past few days, and when that happens I tend to start to think sporadically. When I think sporadically, I obviously have many different thoughts that come to mind and then leave just as quickly, but when I thought about... More
  • The Sands of Time

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    My second Poem. The Sands of Time. Please leave a comment and tell me what yo think. Alone I walk the infinite sands of time Across the endless golden seas I climb In this shining world of eternal splender Am I trapped forgotten and alone forever Loneliness... More
  • SoL Team, No More

    Back in 2006 there was an inde-development team who had something cooking. At the time I worked for a website called, Fairchild VI . unfortunately the site met its demise since the owner ran into some financial trouble, plus, nobody was really interested... More
  • Oversaturation, or a Mobile Revolution?

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    CES was an awesome week of crash-landing tech news. We got wind of the first consumer-ized 4K televisions, heard of 6-gigabit capable Wi-Fi routers, Smart TVs, and new Android-equipped gaming handhelds. There were a lot of things to go over, and most... More