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  • I RRoD, And I Don't Care.

    I never thought it would happen to me. I'm not a heavy user. I take care of my things. Despite that, I Red Ringed. And I don't even care. That's the strange thing. I *don't* care. My 360 is now little more than an expensive paperweight... More
  • Should there be an Avengers game?

    This issue has been weighing heavily on my mind for the past several months, so I have finally decided to write a blog to share it with you people. I am quite disturbed that no news has been announced about a video game tie in for the new Avengers movie... More
  • Changing The Difficulty

    What difficulty do you like to play on? Some people prefer Easy. It usually removes most of the challenge, so less skilled gamers or people who are only interested in the story can make it all the way through as easily as possible. Others like to crank... More
  • Revisiting Halo 3: ODST

    I wasn't as over the moon with Halo 3: ODST as many others seem to have been back when it released in 2009. I blazed through the story and, as such, I didn't really remember much of the specifics. I was much more into the brand new Firefight mode... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Improving The Final Fantasy Series

    As one of the game series I have played the most over these past few years, Final Fantasy is not only a pioneer for RPG games but also a series with lots to improve. If I were a developer, choosing just a single game to improve something upon it looks... More
  • I Watch Things Too #2: The Return

    Iron Man 2- I’m going to be honest. Unlike many of you out there, I have trouble enjoying the superhero genre. So many of them fail to truly stand out as anything other than dumb action. Really dumb action. And this is coming from some who spent... More
  • My Pokémon Journey

    When I started playing games, I mostly played 2D platformers like Mario, so I missed quite a few Nintendo series until I was older. After playing Super Smash Bros. Melee in 2007, another game that I played later than most, I decided to immerse myself... More
  • The Philosophical Implications of Pokemon GO's Success

    About a week ago, I was standing outside on a perfect summer night, staring up at the sky. It was a clear night. One where practically every star in the universe seemed to be visible to the naked eye. And, my mind began to just... drift. I was looking... More
  • Scoring a Legend: The Music of The Legend of Zelda (Part 1)

    T he Legend of Zelda has offered gamers a plethora of iconic scores throughout its lifetime. From the opening notes that accompany the title banner to the medley showcasing the staff credits and familiar faces encountered throughout our time in Link's... More
  • My Game Parody Stories 2.0! Check them out!

    You should read my parody stories of the gaming industry located here!: Thank you very much! Later on I may add a few here, but the original thread I made sometime in... More
  • Small Topics 1: Rapid Fire Observations

    Alright, today I don't have a big topic to talk about, so instead I'll handle a few smaller ones that wouldn't be worth a full posting. Each will be separate, and aren't necessarily in any order of importance. T he topics might be heavy... More
  • 31/31 Day 2: It's A Wonderful World

    Hello everyone, and welcome to day 2 of my 31 for 31! Today’s blog is going to talk about location. Location, location, location. It’s not just a key phrase in real estate, but it’s also a key part of any good story-telling medium. Location is often the... More