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  • Nintendo Screen Shot Scrap Book #3

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    So I've officially decided on blogging my screen shots every two weeks. I had somewhat of a busy last couple of weeks due to school midterms (4 more weeks until FREEDOM!). I haven't had much time to game but when I did I sure took advantage of... More
  • [31/31: The Movie | Part 21] DOA: Dead Or Alive (2007)

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    Although many people list DOA: Dead Or Alive under the genre of action, I'm almost positive it's a comedy. In fact, I'd go so far as to call it a martial arts spoof movie. It's a hilarious parody of the fighting tournament stock plot so... More
  • Blame game designers, not gamers, for bad game design.

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    About an hour ago I earned my eightieth and final achievement in Borderlands. For the most part, it was worthwhile (Mad Moxxi? ehhhhhhh...). But when it got down to the last three, I began to question my resolve. Was it really worth it to earn another... More
  • Half-Life: Blue Shift (Chapter 6)…

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    During my last weekly session of Half-Life: Blueshift, the level I worked on was a one of the more frustrating ones I've encountered in any of the Half-Life games I've replayed so far. It was the level where I was transported to Xen and had to... More
  • Memorial Day Blog Contest - In Memorium

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    I have been planning this blog for quite a while. I figured I would do it for the contest because, quite frankly, me not owning a single Tom Clancy book is a travesty. So why not, right? I guess I should start off with some history. Don't worry, I... More
  • A Bureaucrat's Life for Me in Papers, Please

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    I always feel a mild panic when I present identification papers at the airport. The skeptical look from the tired employee, the line of people impatiently waiting behind me, the questions they inevitably ask about my birth date all blend together in a... More
  • Final Fantasy IV (Advance) Review- Advancing the JRPG Genre

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    My experience with the "classical" RPGs have been minimal. Until recently, I haven't played any Final Fantasy except XIII. I haven't played Chrono Trigger. Earthbound's been on my radar for a while but I haven't played it yet... More
  • Tried and True: Boss Battles

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    This will be a series of posts about tried and true gameplay mechanics or features that should really change. First up is Boss Battles. Boss Battles are great ideas. They represent the final challenge in an area or game. Most boss fights, and mini boss... More
  • Reality: Pains of Growing Up.

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    Man it's been almost what a week sense I've blogged. Well I'm trying to get back. First though I'd like to apologize to the community. I failed my 31/31. It's not that I ran out of ideas, or even time like so many other great bloggers... More
  • Nostalgic Memoir; The Rocket Launcher

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    Stealth and precision, tactics and skill, and shock and awe. All of these are the fundamental foundations to any good shooter game, and any good shooter game will implement all these fundamental necessities into the utilization of one, simple weapon.... More
  • Keep it realistic.

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    I started thinking about this while i was reading GIs suggestion to be able to carry more weapons in the next Halo. I am one of those gamers that likes things to be kept as realistic as possible. I would hate to see this suggestion to come true, because... More
  • Lost trains of thought. Unfinished Blogs.

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    I haven't posted a blog in a while and, well, I suppose this is supposed to explain that a little. Sigh... it would seem that I have hit quite a massive wall while writing, and am becoming more and more frustrated with GIO's rather fidgety text... More