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  • Dissected: Bowser

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    Let me start off by saying this... The last time I was scared of Bowser was when he threw a red shell at me in a Mario Kart game. Isn't that sad? I have quite a bit to say about the infamous villain named Bowser but before I do I gotta talk about... More
  • GIO Smash Bros Wii U/3DS Tournament Round 2: IT HAS BEGUN

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    Behold! The commencement blog! Welcome to the (un)Official GIO Smash Bros Wii U/3DS Tournament ROUND TWO! We’ve got the brackets up and ready to go, as you can see below. This year promises to bring more glory and heartbreak than ever, as veterans... More
  • On the losing side of the always on Internet war

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    Please rate and comment. Bloodhorne, the anticipated PS4 exclusive game is launching into our TV early this week in the U.S. and that is a great thing, except that it has been announced that it has a day one patch (http://www.playstationlifestyle.net... More
  • 5 Biggest Time sinks for 360

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    Thinking back to all the games iv'e played on the 360 there are a few that stand out as being my most played games. Exploring open worlds, completing side missions in single player campaign and killing friends in online Multiplayer are the things... 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 Perfect Piece of Gamer Culture

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    The most amazing, partially edible, video game related, Zelda fanboyish (not a word), and epic cake ever. The picture above is just a small taste of the whole cake that awaits (sorry for the horrible pun). Will and Liliana, parents of the birthday girl... More
  • In-Game Items Manifested Into Reality

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    I am a huge admirer of art, and I tend to see it in many forms. I adore the collection of video game art books I have, and one of my favorite aspects of any game is the art style involved. When the atmosphere is rich, visual glory isn't far behind... More
  • Getting Older, But Passion For Gaming Never Fades

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    It's nearing midnight and I'm sitting on my couch playing "Saints Row IV: Re-elected". My fiance is asleep in my lap and I'm gaming silently, using Turtle Beach headphones to muffle the sounds of constant profanity and explosions... More
  • The Girls of Summer: Super Princess Peach

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    Not only do I have nothing but love for this game, but I have 100%’d it more than any other game I’ve ever played – even if the whole premise is apparently just one big joke about PMS. Which, by the way, it totally isn’t. I would... More
  • Short Non-spoiler review of "The Secret World of Arrietty"

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    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
  • 31/31 Day 27 - Upping The Ante

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    There seems to be a trend going on with video games: everything has to continuously get bigger and better. This is not a hard trend to spot: look at any series of games and you'll find examples of this. I understand why this trend is popular, but... More
  • Closing The Curtain: Nearing The End Of Our Biggest War

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    For the past few years these consoles, regardless of preference, have become a big part of our everyday lives. Also part of the mainstream culture in a way their predecessors could only hope to reach. But like every set of consoles, the war between the... More