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  • Check out my cousins website support his art!

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    Just helping him out, he's still an amateur, but his photography is not bad. http://www.jayaproduction.com/ Best browser to use is internet explorer. Check out his film in the Multimedia section, 1975! Pass it on, he made this film as a class project... More
  • Gamefreak's Difficult[y] Problem

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    If there's any developer out there that could be defined as a contradiction, it would be the consistent and yet inconsistent developer known as Gamefreak. They have been pushing out releases of one of gaming's most beloved franchises for over... More
  • 9/31 - Learning Curve: A Future Educator's Perspective On Difficulty in Games

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    Have you ever rage quit a game? Run into something so difficult and brutal that you feel you've encountered an impossible challenge, causing you to quit the game? It's a common experience for gamers, especially in games such as RPGs where not... More
  • Text Adventures

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    The genre that basically started gaming. There is an argument as to when Text Adventure first began, but several come to the conclusion that it was started with the game, "Adventure (aka Colossal Cave)" written by Will Crowther. He started his... More
  • The grouchy old dude's review of Journey.No Perry, big problem.

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    Journey, a download only Play station exclusive game that everyone is raving about. With so many people saying play it, I was bound and determined to try this game. So armed with my glossy 6x9 pic of Steve Perry I was ready to rock out to the remake of... More
  • 30/30 Day 27 ~ Music Is Substance

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    Music makes the world go 'round. A common phrase; simple in wording yet immaculately accurate in its meaning. What would the world be without music? A pretty lame one, that's for certain. Culminating in a mixed pot of notes, chords, instruments... More
  • Lego: The Lord of the Rings Day 3

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    Got through "The Two Towers" this afternoon and it has continued to be just as much fun as "The Fellowship of the Ring" was. The humor has been toned down a bit, which I feel is appropriate seeing as how the 2nd movie was more serious... More
  • Help Shape My Next Let's Play Project

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    Hello everyone. As the title suggests, I'm getting an itch to do another Let's Play project. But this time, there's a twist. You're going to help me shape the adventure! So, here's the deal. My next Let's Play project is going... More
  • Remembering the Fallen and Those Who Served

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    It's November 11. Remembrance Day, or Veterans Day, depending on where you live. Do people really remember what this day is for? I hope they do. This is the day where we remember the sacrifices of the brave men and women who have fought to preserve... More
  • The Business Perspective

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    What companies don't realize these days is that they are a service to the community. They exist to make the community better for the greater good of living. If a business is in it just for the money, they aren't for the common good of the community... More
  • For Your Best of the Year Consideration: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

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    As the year comes to a close, many websites and gamers alike will begin to name their game of the year for 2014, as well as post lists of the best games they played. When it comes to those lists, I’m sure everyone will have a list of games spanning... More
  • Bloodborne: How to Kill the Amygdala - easy boss Strategy

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    In this video we will be taking a look at taking on the Amygdala. He kind of sucks, because he has like 6 arms and his feet and tail are heavily armored, but I show you the good spots to hit, and how to keep him moving in hopes he doesn't squish you... More