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  • WGWC #8 - You Don't Know Jack

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    The task for the last Writers Guild Weekly Challenge was put for by Undertaker Adrian when he attempted to revive this feature. At the time, I was in the midst of a 31/31 with Hannibal and coblogging every day. I've been looking forward to taking... More
  • Villain Spotlight Week 1 - Harley Quinn

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    I have decided to take the Character Spotlight in a different direction. Thanks to Le Hannibal, I guess I am a villain around here. While it couldn't be further from the real me, I will assume the role of the bad guy. Everything good needs a counterpart... More
  • My Top 5 Games of the Year (So Far).

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    2015 has been an outstanding year so far for the new generation of consoles. We are slowly starting to break away from the older consoles and are being shown what the power of these new systems are capable of. Later in the year we will have more triple... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Dragon's Dogma - A review of sorts

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    I would like to preface this challenge with a caveat: I'm not a huge JRPG fan, or much of admirer of Japanese games in general. Though I do love Japanese history. o_O That doesn't mean I have no respect for companies like Capcom or Square. I simply... More
  • GI Mobile App: Early Impressions

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    Reading the newest issue of GI on my phone has never been an easy thing to do. In fact after attempting it once I never bothered to try again. Now we finally have an app so it seemed like a good time to give it another go. For the record, I am using a... More
  • Short Fantasy Story: MoJo the Mercenary Monk

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    Disclaimer: the monks and religion in this story are not intended to portray any particular order or religion. So don't get your knickers in a twist. And without further ado, enjoy! "For Pater Noster and for the Queen! Kill them all!" Urged... More
  • A Lesson in Privacy

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    Myspace. Facebook. Twitter. These three websites serve essentially one purpose: to unite friends and family in one large network. People can chat through these sites, share photos, send messages, poke (God...I hate that), and of course, update their status... More
  • A Gamer's Dilemma

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    This summer, I got married. I got a new job. I moved into a new house. I got involved in a new church. And least important (but still cool), I got Xbox Live. I have enjoyed quite a bit of fun online with games like Left 4 Dead 2, but the biggest thing... More
  • My Undeath - Part. 4

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    These lights are blinding. They cast a terrifying shadow of this dead parade over my empty cage, as well as the empty buildings that occupy this city. The mass has been wandering towards what looks to be a residential area. My thoughts turn towards what... More
  • Finally Made it to the Party

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    This current semester has been both busy and fun so far. Classes are about as interesting as they ever are. I’m currently stuck on a homework assignment in my Software Development class that I probably should be doing right now instead of making... More
  • Why Konami's "Skill-Based" Gambling Is A Bad Omen

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    One of my favorite shows to watch these days is a show called The Profit on CNBC. The premise of that show is much like that of other shows like Shark Tank, or Hotel Hell with Gordon Ramsay. That premise is that the core of good business is about providing... More
  • What is Up With the Special Retail Editions of Games?

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    Lar's Law of Special Game Editions: As an item's relevance to a game decreases, the likelihood that item will be included in the special edition increases. The process of brainstorming follows two easy steps: Come up with a bunch of ideas, but... More