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  • Mini Musings II: Electric Blogaloo

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    So, once again I find myself having trouble with multiple ideas for blogs. Instead of just staring at my computer monitor waiting for it to type itself, I figured I might as well get the lesser ideas out of my mind. Didn't really want to do another... More
  • Patriotism: The Value of Human Life

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    From Call of Duty to Battlefield to the upcoming Rainbow Six, explosions, gunfire and warfare seem to be overtaking the gaming industry. There are plenty of grenades to throw, bombs to detonate and windows to prone-dive through, but when you go down,... More
  • Introducing myself.

    Hey guys, so I have been a member of this site for a while now, but I have never really introduced myself. I think that it is about time that I get that out of the way. Well to begin with my name is Matt and I am a senior in high school. I love video... More
  • Games You Need to Know More About: A Series

    I'm pretty certain everyone here has played at least one game in their lifetimes that they loved and found interesting. Interesting enough to research the game and find out more about it. Well, with me, this is the case with hundreds upon hundreds... More
  • So my brother got a Wii.....

    My 12 year old little brother recently got a Wii for his birthday so I decided to post a blog about it _____________________________________________________________________ I have always been a sony fan and have owned every one of their systems. You can... More
  • Girls Rule: Why Fictional Lesbian Relationships Succeed where Hetero Love Fails

    It was a few years ago that Remember Me's devs, Dontnod, made this comment relaying what publishers told them about Nilin’s gender: “‘Well, we don’t want to publish it because that’s not going to succeed. You can’t... More
  • Day 13: Remakes: The Future of The Gaming Industry?

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    I recently learned that Nintendo was going to re-release The Legend of Zelda: Oracles of Time/Seasons. This excited me to no end. Yet another set of games from my childhood was being brought forward with me. But come to think about it Nintendo has been... More
  • Guacamelee! Review

    In 2013, one of the best yet most underutilized settings in gaming struck again. The southwestern facade, found in gems such as Rockstars’ Red Dead Redemption and Ubisofts’ Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, serves as a strong cornerstone for Guacamelee... More
  • Let's Predict... [Updated: 11/11/13]

    This will be a pretty short blog- more of a blurb actually, and I apologize in advance for the lack of overall content. However, as I am generally pretty good with gauging how I think a game will turn out, and usually pretty close to the target, I'm... More
  • Moments: Sandbox- Deactivating the Autoturrets

    Also Known as "The Butt-Whooping of the Guardians" Let me just start things right off by saying that, while Sandbox is most definitely one of my most hated Halo multiplayer maps of all time, it is quite ironic that the map holding that particular... More
  • 31/31 Day 19: Flower

    Before I begin, let me just say that this entry is going to be short for multiple reasons. The game isn't the longest, but I would still like to talk about it, I'm really tired and need to sleep, and I'm also somewhat sick, but I must continue... More
  • Managing College And Video Games

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    Attending classes and clearing a backlog is not easy. Finding a balance to give each one their time, as they both are very important to me, was achieved despite being . Today I'm a closer of finishing my college education while my ever growing backlog... More