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  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review: Next Generation RPG

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    So far this generation there have been many good games that have shown glimpses of what this generation is capable of but very few have shown more then glimpses. Only a few are games I would consider to be great, Sunset Overdrive and Bloodborne. That... More
  • Bloodborne Review: Borne For Greatness

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    On only the second boss I encountered I fully realized what separated Bloodborne from the Souls series. Father Gascoigne, when you initially begin to fight him you think it will be a basic human style boss fight but quickly you realize that this is not... More
  • Dissecting the fan-rage over Street Fighter X Tekken

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    Go to www.everythingstentative.com for discussions like this, our weekly podcast, and game reviews. This past Tuesday the world was struck with the King of Iron Fist Street Brawling Tournament known to us all as Street Fighter X Tekken. This game was... More
  • Shepard's Final Showdown: Battle Against the Trolls

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    On Tuesday, March 6th, Mass Effect 3 was finally released. So far, I am about half way through it (I think, anyway). So far the game has been wonderful. Everything I expected from a BioWare Mass Effect title is here: Action, epic scenes, and intense story... More
  • Bring These Games Back!

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    Thanks to Xbox Live (dont play WiiWare or PSN) I have been able to play just about every game that I remember playing as a kid. Theres just about everything there someone could want to remind them of a simpler day in gaming where story didnt always matter... More
  • Zero The Hero

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    I've never liked "Thanks for Playing" achievements. What's the point of an achievement if everyone gets it? Why do they put achievements on tutorials? Have you ever gotten one for watching the intro to a game? That's the most ridiculous... More
  • Titanfall: Expedition DLC Review

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    Titanfall’s Expedition DLC preserves the balanced tug-of-wars between man and machine, though its eye-catching vistas come at a high price.

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  • Initiative, Thought, and Emotion--My Idea for a Book

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    In an earlier blog, I stated how I loved history, and how I loved WWII First Person Shooters, because I enjoy researching WWII. Well, today, while I was doing school--yes, I know it's Saturday, and yes, I am homeschooled, and NO, I don't normally... More
  • 31/31 Day 3. My Top 5 Most Anticipated Games of 2012/13

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    1. Dishonored. Dishonored has been likened to the love child of Bioshock and Assassin's Creed, with the first person view, plasmid like abilities, and story trees of Bioshock and the stealth, parkouring, and assassinations of Assassin's Creed... More
  • Most memorable video game stories for me personally.

    No specific order. Final Fantasy X Beyond Two Souls Heavy Rain Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core To the Moon NieR Final Fantasy VIII Persona 3 FES and Persona 4 Star Ocean Till the End of Time Lost Odyssey More
  • 27/27: Part 15: My top Dek games of 11 Ɛ9: Part 8

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    (Link to part 1 and the rules here ) Today’s game: X-COM: Enemy Unknown This game deserves a little bit of background. When it came out in 2012, I really wanted this game to play on PS3. I didn’t however; want it with a burning passion, so... More
  • Reinforcing Stereotypes

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    As most, if not all, of you know Irrational Games recently released Bioshock Infinite, the latest entry in the Bioshock series, to critical acclaim. Game Informer gave it a 10, an honor only awarded to a few titles and its metacritic score is sitting... More