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  • Put the games back in the right hands.

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    Our favorite game series are being herded, corralled, and slaughtered at an ever increasing rate. By whom you ask? Why the Uber Developers of course. More specifically, the Big Three: EA, Activision, and Ubisoft. They seem to be inclined to cause everything... More
  • dbull's Corner Vol. I

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    Hey, dbull620 here. I figured I'd start up a blog series about some things that I've been up to lately. What better way to bring myself closer to the new community than to give everyone a look at what I'm up to and what I think about these... 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
  • My thoughts on mass effect, why it’s my favorite sci-fi series and why people shouldn’t freak out about the endings. *Spoilers*

    So I just started playing mass effect 1 again because I am doing my perfection run through the trilogy. I have come to realized how impactful this game has been to me. It still feels so familiar and fresh in my mind from when I first played it. Even though... More
  • Happy New Year GIO! My 2012 Plans

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    Let us not forget that today marks the day of "The end of the world!" That's right, the Mayan's predictions for the end of the world, A.K.A, the end of their calender, which means we live, they die. I really do feel sorry for anyone... More
  • Gametype Which Would Be Great For CoD

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    This gametype would keep great variety I think and would be perfect for Call of Duty becuase it has the individual get-tons-of-kills-n-XP approach but it adds a team work aspect many say Call of Duty lacks. Here is the gametype in a nutshell: 32 players;... More
  • Bloodborne: How to Kill the Amygdala - easy boss Strategy

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    In this video we will be taking a look at taking on the Amygdala. He kind of sucks, because he has like 6 arms and his feet and tail are heavily armored, but I show you the good spots to hit, and how to keep him moving in hopes he doesn't squish you... More
  • The Ongoing Process Of Weaning Myself Off Pre-Ordering

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    I used to be the person who pre-ordered everything. Especially if I knew I already wanted to play the game in question, it seemed far easier to pop on over to Amazon, place the pre-order, then forget about it until it showed up in the post. Then we started... More
  • Caudex and Krunk Review: 1/23/2013

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    Well, hello again! I finally got my internet working again, so despite the late hour, I felt I should post my weekly reviews. First, though, an explanation of my methods. I'm reviewing comics, starting with short runs, alphabetically by name. I'm... More
  • A New Generation of Gamers

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    Count the amount of times you've heard a gaming enthusiast wax nostalgic about A Link to the Past, Super Mario Bros. 3, Final Fantasy III, Chrono Trigger, Doom - the list goes on. It seems that quite frequently video game journalists rave about the... More
  • Arcade Game Suggestions Needed

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    I'm in the middle of Red Dead Redemption and I have Mass Effect 2 in the works, but I also need something to just blow off steam. Something short and punchy for those nights where I just don't have the energy for anything involved, or when I only... More
  • Avatar, Its Plot, and a Final Visit Courtesy of The Times

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    Lately, James Cameron's new film, "Avatar," has really stirred up a lot of discussion on these boards. Quite a bit of the commentary has focused on the stunning computer generated visuals, but surprisingly enough, it seems that the plot... More