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  • The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus

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    This is the story of a teller of stories, Dr. Parnassus (Christopher Plummer) who makes a bet with an enigmatic figure known as Mr. Nick (Tom Waits), or the devil. The initial bet is based on Dr. Parnassus' belief that stories of the imagination are... More
  • Titanfall Review!

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    I, along with most of the gaming world, was taken back by Titanfall when Respawn Entertainment first revealed its existence back at E3 2013. But, I was a little more skeptical than most, as well. Seeing as how a good part of the people working on Titanfall... More
  • Why We Play Horror Games

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    I've been wondering about this for a while: Why do we enjoy horror games? What attracts us to the idea of being scared and possibly doing something we don't really want to do? To answer that, I examined a few articles about the history and psychology... More
  • Quick Impressions: Splatoon Global Testfire

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    Earlier today, I took part in the pseudo-beta for Splatoon. After E3 2014 and numerous Nintendo Directs, I still had no real opinion on the game. It kind of looked fun, but it also looked like it could easily become boring. The concept was solid, but... More
  • And now, another blog about Earthbound. (Spoilers)

    WARNING: The blog post you're about to read may contain spoilers. Avoid reading this if you haven't yet played this amazing, incomprehensibly epic classic known as Earthbound. Don't say I didn't warn you. Last week, during the recent Nintendo... More
  • A Story of My Start as a Writer

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    If someone were to approach me 3 years ago when I graduated High School and told me I would be actively involved in writing, I would have had a good laugh. English was my least favorite subject, I didn't care for reading or essays, and my attention... More
  • Not What You'd Call A Low-Pressure Situation

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    Hobbling over to the planted bicycle machines, I could feel my body protesting in wanted ache. Not only was I tired, I was hurting. No matter, it was only exercise. What possible damage could it do? I had only just finished the day's fifteen-minute... More
  • Create a Character Contest Results (and More!)

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    Hello once again Game Informer. I am here with the results from my Create a Character Contest I started earlier this week. Sadly, I wasn't able to give much prior warning or much time to complete the contest, so I only received two submissions. However... More
  • 31/31 Day 6: My Ode to the Angels

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    “Don’t blink. Don’t even blink. Blink and you’re dead. Don’t turn your back, don’t look away, and DON’T blink. Good luck.” The doctor’s harrowing message clicked off, leaving the two humans to face... More
  • The News - 10.13.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! We certainly hope that you enjoyed yesterday's review of " Rage ", because we are getting right into it with three new pieces; one interesting, one serious, and one quick. So, we will start off with you and... More
  • Convenience is key. (my issue with origin and what I fear it could lead to)

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    As some of you likely know, EA announced Mass Effect 3 wouldn't be available through steam, and would require activiation through origin on the PC version. This is the same thing they did with Battlefield 3, and people are upset. I made this blog... More
  • Monotony In The Shooter Genre

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    Shooters began to be noticed somewhere in the 90's, and with the h uge shooter that redefined everything we knew about them in 2001, developers knew they had something going. Well, it's 2012, almost '13, and their have been hundreds-if not... More