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  • Snipers Are A Part of A Balanced Breakfast

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    Thats right. I eat snipers for breakfast! I've been playing Bad Company 2 when I can and I got to say, it is a great alternative to Modern Warfare. Dont get me wrong, I highly enjoy MW2 but Bad Company is a whole different ball game. I love the lack... More
  • The Saddest Games in my Backlog

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    Everyone has their list of backlog games. More than likely your list is getting pretty long. There are just too many good games and not enough time in our schedules to get to them all. To me there are two different categories to my backlog. There are... More
  • Blog #1: Kids Education With Gaming.

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    A lot of kids play video games and lets face it on online games kids can be annoying and people can get tired of lisening to them really fast but yelling at them to shut up wont solve anything they will just keep doing it more. I am currently 12 years... More
  • Mass Effect 3 Multiplayer Impressions

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    Having played Mass Effect 3 nearly non-stop since its release last Tuesday, I thought I’d offer what advice and tips I could for those who are eager to take the fight to The Reapers, Cerberus, and other foes alongside their friends and teammates... More
  • The Month's Schedule of Wrek'd Blogging

    This Month's Schedule of Wrek'd Blogging January/Fenruary/Etc. "My Ratings for the Perfect Games of 2012 on GIO" "Comparing Last Year's Standout Games" "In With the New" "Let's Talk...The Scorchers"... More
  • So Easy a Caveman can do It ♦ Day 2/30

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    Aka. The Benefits of Easy Mode Today's blog is not only the second in my long list of blogs set to come this month, but one that is also meant to harp a little bit on a special interest topic of mine- easy modes. Suffice it to say that, there are... More
  • 365/365 Day 351: Reminiscing About Danganronpa

    A few thoughts on the Danganronpa series.

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  • Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: A Quintessential Crossover

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    U.S. puzzle solving enthusiasts and courtroom revolutionaires have had to wait quite some time for the elusive Professor Layton and Ace Attorney crossover to finally make its way stateside. It's been over two years since the title's Japanese release... More
  • Ghosts of Gaming: Guitar Hero Tribute

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    With the recent release of the 2014 edition of Rocksmith, I have decided to reflect on one of the key players in the music-video game genre. We live in a world where there are franchises that pump out new games on a yearly schedule, and while certain... More
  • 27/27: Part 3, The reasons that would posses me to do this

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    (I promise, they aren't Face palm bad) Well, now that I got my introduction and New Year's blogs outta the way, I figure that I should talk about why I'm doing this in the first place. From what I've heard 31/31's are grueling challenges... More
  • TITANFALL Review: TITANFalls on its Knees, except for Casual Gamers

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    First off, I bought the game last night on Origin, so I'm on the PC version. I've played a few hours of it and for various reasons. This blog post if for my initial review for TITANFALL. This is my opinion, so don't go too crazy. I hope you... More
  • The Paul Thomas Anderson Retrospective Part 3: Magnolia

    The Paul Thomas Anderson Retrospective continues! Last time, we took a look at the film that put Paul Thomas Anderson on the map: the ambitious, epicly scoped Boogie Nights . Today, however, we see Anderson pushing the limits of ambition AND scope in... More