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  • 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
  • The Comics Group Says "You're Welcome"

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    GameInformer.com is a magical place. An interactive wonderland of gaming information it does not just keep us occupied, it keeps up informed. It’s dynamic news-feed which updates us with every tidbit of gaming news that is worth knowing, the staff... More
  • 365/365 Day 355: The Importance Of Day/Night Cycles

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    A few thoughts about how video games have implemented day-and-night cycles over the last few decades.

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  • 10 Questions ~~~~~~ Week 6!!

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    This is getting exciting! The tildes are REALLY starting to build up in my titles. Anyway, like last week(I think), nothing much to state, except I'm thinking about buying Dragon's Dogma. Sooo...we start. 1. What's your favorite controller... More
  • Queso and Fame's Weekly Comic Picks 5

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    Queso and Fame, sitting in a tree, R-E-V-I-E-W-I-N-G. And we are bringing three of them straight to you. Batgirl, Avengers vs. X-men and Manhattan Projects, it's enough to blow your mind. 

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  • Atlantica Online Player Guide - Atlantica Enchanting and Enhancing Guide

    Today, we'll discuss Atlantica Enchanting and Enhancing, two important features in Atlantica. Through these two selections, one can enchant or enhance an item to make it more potent and helps cut down on the necessity to frequently upgrade gear. First... More
  • Video games and me

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    I love video games. With all my heart. If they didnt exist, life would definetly not be the same for me. Their distraction is what makes life easier and more fun. I honestly dont cram hours a day (sometimes i dont play at all) into playing, but something... More
  • My Favorite IOS Games

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    In the past year or two of having my IPod touch I have had a lot of fun with it ranging from games to silly little apps that are free. I don’t usually will buy things from the app store knowing that I can live without them and play free games but... More
  • Test Patterns Episode #11 - The Newsroom, Saved By the Bell, DIIV's Oshin, R. Kelly's Write Me Back

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    Test Patterns is an entertainment podcast hosted by longtime friends Daniel Kielman and Kyle Lemmon. They discuss music, TV, video games, comic books, and anything else that is interesting in the world of pop culture. Listen to our old episodes over at... More
  • Procrastination of a Wanna-Be Author

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    Procrastination is something that will dictate our lives until we die, but we can control it and pull in the reigns. Today's blog post is about the procrastination of a wanna-be author. A lot of people (including myself) like to think we have a masterpiece... More
  • The quality of a game measured by trophies

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    Ever since trophies/achievements made their way to the PS3 and Xbox 360, I've become the victim of trophy madness; a trophy whore, if you will. Every game I purchased from '09-2011, I've been constantly focusing on achieving these virtual... More
  • A Childhood of Games

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    For some people, they have fond memories of rescuing princesses, defeating mad scientists, blue hedgehogs, and many others. Me? I killed aliens and demons from hell. With LucasArts closed and me finally getting the chance to play the full version of Hexen... More