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  • Reverted Gaming: Platoon (NES)

    I originally felt kind of guilty making another post about retro gaming, then I realized how absurd it would be to feel like we always have to look to the current generation or (finally) next gen titles. I play older games all the time and I don't... More
  • Superman vs. Video Games

    A really long time ago when I was reading GI issue 220, I noticed one of the editors wrote an article in there about how he was complaining about the lack of decent Superman games which had ever been made for any console in history. This brought back... More
  • The Evolutionary Roller Coaster

    Disclaimer: If you happen to watch or enjoy what I happen to criticize or make fun of in this blog post: I have nothing against you. Just the programming. I'm being blunt to make things clear. First off, let me explain myself. I'm basically taking... More
  • Not Joker Again, Please!

    **Spoilers for Arkham City and Arkham Origins I love the Batman Arkham series. Arkham Asylum was great, Arkham City was my game of the year in 2011, and Arkham Origins even through it wasn't developed by RockSteady and had some flaws, I thought was... More
  • If you don't like Activision read this

    This will make you smile According to gamespot No Doubt is a Patriot? Publisher's free speech defense thrown out by judge in dispute over group's likenesses being used to sing others' songs in Band Hero. " This week the band scored a... More
  • Blame game designers, not gamers, for bad game design.

    About an hour ago I earned my eightieth and final achievement in Borderlands. For the most part, it was worthwhile (Mad Moxxi? ehhhhhhh...). But when it got down to the last three, I began to question my resolve. Was it really worth it to earn another... More
  • Rockstar games you have earned my trust.

    Months ago I posted a blog bashing on many games that can simply be summarized as fan favorites. These games were praised by all and degraded by few. I also criticized Rockstar Games for not improving gameplay and graphics in most of their recent titles... More
  • Short Non-spoiler review of "The Secret World of Arrietty"

    I am keeping this one short today. I am happy to say that yesterday I saw “The Secret World of Arrietty.” It was very good, and so I decided to share a review for it this week. I am going to mention now that I love pretty much anything done... More
  • My Thoughts on E3!

    Below are my thoughts on E3. These are the presentations that I looked most forward to. I have given what I thought it terms of games I wanted to see, tried to rate certain areas of each game (I know prematurely done). Many things should come to mind... More
  • Community Writing Challenge - Bulletstorm Deserves A Second Chance

    I've just recently discovered there's a new feature amongst the Blog Herding, known as Community Writing Challenges. Now that I'm aware of them, I'll do my best to contribute when I can. This week's challenge is as follows: "Sometimes... More
  • Fulfilling a Resolution - Playing the Five Games "Under the Radar"

    Last fall, GameInformer magazine dedicated an issue to five games that had not generated their due buzz. Admittedly, the journalistic gaming community had a plethora of exciting titles to write about, not limited to Halo 4 , Grand Theft Auto V , Tomb... More
  • My Top 20 Favorite Anime. #14: Oh! Edo Rocket

    If there's one thing that makes anime particularly alienating, it's the cultural divide between a Japanese and American audience. When you think of some of the most popular anime in America; Cowboy Bebop, Trigun, Fullmetal Alchemist etc., they... More