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  • Hidden Game Gems: Episode 1

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    The Xbox 360, Wii and PS3 generation has produced some great games, but not all of them got the attention they deserve. Hidden Gems is a (hopefully) multi-episode series dedicated to highlighting some of the lesser known quality games of this generation... More
  • Shooting Single Player

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    So, as anyone who has played Call of Duty, Modern Warfare 2 can tell you, the single player experience was short. Very short. Don't get me wrong, I loved every second of the single player campaign, it was breathtakingly cinematic and intense, but... More
  • Cars, you do NOT own the road!

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    Im an advid skate boarder and I regulary go out for a skate around my town. Latelty ive started taking new paths, more dangerous and faster ones, which involve being on the road more and dropping off the footpath onto the road. Tonight I was coming home... More
  • My Thoughts on E3!

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    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
  • One-Hit Wonders: Eternal Darkness

    Silicon Knights is a texbook showcase of a one-hit wonder in the vein of a music artist - you got that one hit everyone still remembers fondly, the re-imagining of a masterpiece created by another artist, the mediocre follow-up, then the fall from grace... More
  • Quantum Conundrum

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    It’s hard not to draw comparisons to Portal when playing Quantum Conundrum , a first person physics-based puzzler from Portal co-creator Kim Swift. In fact, it almost seems at times as though Swift and Airtight Games are purposely encouraging the... More
  • Thorns In My Flesh (Or What's Pissing Me Off In The Tech World)

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    I try to resist the urge to let my blogs become a non-stop tirade of complaints. Particularly when it comes to video games. With all things considered, gamers have it pretty darn good these days. But I find nevertheless, that there are always a few things... More
  • Comment Statistics from "Rockstar: Parents That Buy GTA For Kids Are Terrible"

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    I like making charts. It's odd I know. Anywho, I just commented and started reading the other comments from "Rockstar: Parents That Buy GTA For Kids Are Terrible". I was amused by how the opinions fell, and thought shining some light on... More
  • Ramblings Of A Mad Man: Free Comic Book Day.

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    Well known to all geeks and gamers alike, the first Saturday of May is Free Comic Book Day , a day when sometimes Hollywood unleashes a comic movie blockbuster (or in some cases, a block- blunder ), almost all the comic shops in America give away free... More
  • Motivation: Take 2

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    The title of this post is somewhat misleading. This isn't actually going to be my second time trying to get my ass off the ground, we are probably reaching attempt #18 at this point. But, I am planing on keeping myself to a schedule this time, so... More
  • SFA Day 24: The Best Gaming Shows On the Web

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    As I've recently mentioned, I spend a lot of time watching and reading about games online. In my time browsing online, I have come up with a few favorites, and wanted to share them. If you have any you would add, let me know in the comments. Replay... More
  • 31/31 2 Day 15: My Idea for a Swordfighting Focused Game

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    Video games have evolved since their primitive root on Atari and in arcades. They have gotten bigger budgets, bigger teams, and bigger ideas. More recently, melee combat has gone from a clunky punching mechanic into a deep and complex system. Games like... More