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  • Opinions Are Forever (A Note On The State of Online Debate)

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    If there’s one thing I’ve gotten from my parents and educational school videos, is that every person is different. There’s not a single person in the world that is just like another. Similar interests? Maybe. Similar features? Possibly... More
  • Why Censoring Manhunt 2 Turned Out To Be A Good Thing

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    Rockstar games is a company that is no stranger to media backlash over the adult content present in several of their titles. Manhunt 2 is no exception. Given the sheer brutality and often times gruesome content the game boasts, it's no wonder it fell... 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
  • Games I completed in 2014

    2014 has a bunch of big releases, with even more coming next year. I want to try to work through my backlog this year, as well as picking up a few new titles. This list will chronicle the games I completed this year, offering a short snippet of my thoughts... More
  • Assassin's Feed: Episode 31; Dead kings for free?!

    Hello everybody and welcome back to another episode of Assassin's Feed. Today we are discussing what is relatively old news, Assassin's Creed Unity: Dead Kings being free. I was going to talk about this last week, but then Assassin's Creed... More
  • What I've Been Listening To: 1.

    Ever since I started my 31/31, me and Valerie have been discussing writing a blog about the top 100 songs since the 1950s. We made the entire list, but were on the last step. She dawned this genius idea on me. Why not make a weekly blog about what we've... More
  • Sweet Angry Birds Parody

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    Hi everyone. I just found this great Angry Birds parody that CorridorDigital posted on YouTube a few hours ago.Here's a link to the video,as well as the CorridorDigital user page for those who want to check out their other videos.They do really cool... More
  • Neato Feature In Super Smash Bros. Wii U (Other Games Should Borrow)…

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    I'll be the first to admit - I'm not much of a music person. I've never been much of a music person. I remember in the 80s, the size of your portable stereo (I think some people called them boom boxes) was directly proportional to how cool... More
  • Isaac's worst nightmare, Dead Space could have been "canceled"

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    The original Dead Space may have been a huge hit when it launched, and while the idea seemed original and promising to just about anyone who took a second to read about it, EA wasn't too enthusiastic about the idea at first. During a recent interview... More
  • What's Happened to Difficulty?

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    Think really hard. What was the last satisfying thing you remember doing in a video game? Was it winning the highest score out of your peers or siblings? Jumping on, smashing, or shooting random enemies which scatter throughout fairly complicated courses... More
  • The triumphant return of the Guild Of Holiday Hat Wearers... Yeah.

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    All things start somewhere, the GOHHWY started two years ago (terrible first blog, I know) and was mysteriously absent a few Holiday seasons, but today, here on the 2nd of December, 2012, I, God Of Irony, do humbly offer a service of "holiday-ing"... More
  • Playing At War: Could Video Games One Day Help Resolve Global Conflicts?

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    In 1913, esteemed author H.G. Wells (a well know pacifist) wrote a book on waging war, thought it might not be the kind of war you're thinking of. In his book Little Wars, Wells detailed a set of rules for playing war games using miniature toy soldiers... More