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  • Too much shooters

    Ok "here me out". This is not a rant on call of duty or innovation of story at all its more of an opinion piece about the over saturation of shooters. Now there is nothing wrong with shooters I love shooters some of my favorite games are shooters... More
  • Why We Love Them #2: Role Playing Games

    RPGs, they explode and they're portable. Great for use against tanks and people. Featured in many different games... wait. What? Hold up. There we go, that's more like it. Okay, I originally planned on writing these more often, but some things... More
  • Like Neo, I Say, "Whoa".

    A massive earthquake struck Haiti just before 5 p.m. on Jan. 12 , about 10 miles southwest of Port-au-Prince, the country's capital. The quake was the worst in the region in more than 200 years. The day after the quake Haiti's president, René... More
  • Be a Pirate!

    Hello all Chaos back again with my newest creation for Call of Duty Zombies. DEAD SHIP A fully crafted Pirate Ship filled with Undead Wenches for your plundering pleasure! Download Page:;sa=view;down... More
  • Why I Hate (Some) Ebayers

    Time flies by and it is already November. As we all know with the fall comes many a great game and occasionally (every few years) a new console to yearn and want for. The Wii U will be released within a few weeks and unfortunately it is already sold out... More
  • Genre Deathbed: Shmups

    Gaming is a medium changing at frightening speeds. Generations of consoles become past relics of a bygone era in gaming before most people had a chance to experience them. With the change of hardware came the change of software, much like how silent movies... More
  • Awesome

    Chances are that I sucked you in with my awesome ability to fool people with sick pictures and titles that have nothing to do with the actual article. Either way, now that you are forcibly stuck here, check out this ModNation Racers track replica of Empire... More
  • A Sign of The Times

    With the advent of the much simpler social media network Facebook, we organic creatures on two legs ushered in social games. At first thought gamers like myself stood scratching their heads. We looked at the graphics, maybe entered our info to play, and... More
  • Quick Critique: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

    At it's core Zelda games are about two things, adventure and exploration. It's these elements that influence the different game mechanics featured in each new Zelda title, like the dark world in Link to the Past or time traveling in Ocarina of... More
  • What Happened to Music (A short departure from gaming.)

    I like older music, I really do. I would take Jimi Hendrix over Jimmy Eats World, and Rhiannon over Rhianna (haha, a Fleetwood Mac joke,) and here's why. First of all, I just think the musicians today in large lack quality compared to the musicians... More
  • Gaming in Green Country: The Heartland Gaming Expo

    Tulsa, Oklahoma is a fairly strange place for a gaming expo. It's in the mid-northeast part of a state near the middle of the country--hardly a popular tourist destination. Most events that boast the title of "gaming expo" fill up huge auditoriums... More
  • My Favorite Surprise Games of Last Gen

    There were many hits of the last nine years, (wow, hard to think the generation began in 2005, huh?) such as Assassin's Creed II, Halo 3, Uncharted, and Call of Duty 4. Some less well known games like Mirror's Edge also garnered a cult following... More