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  • New Age Goes Old School: Earthbound

    Earthbound is the very definition of a cult classic. Released in 1995 to widespread critical acclaim, the game grabbed at the hearts of gamers worldwide, and then disappeared from the face of the earth. No sequel was forthcoming (or rather, was localized... More
  • Reboots on my mind...

    When a game as been left in the dust or just simply took a turn for the worst, some companies decide to "remake" the game with significant changes. These remade games are called reboots. For some series, a reboot can get a franchise back up... More
  • Police Warfare, A Kickstarter Project in Need.

    This is what I'm talking about. I've been following this project for a while now. Initially starting On ImBrokeRu's channel about a few months back, I never imagined this would become a full fledged project. At first it was supposed to be... More
  • Review: Bastion

    Ever since the third grade, I have been writing about storytelling in games. There was the Zelda C-, the Psychonauts D+, and who can forget the infamous Super Mario World F. But in all seriousness, storytelling in games has been in the forefront of innovation... More
  • Motivation: Take 2

    The title of this post is somewhat misleading. This isn't actually going to be my second time trying to get my ass off the ground, we are probably reaching attempt #18 at this point. But, I am planing on keeping myself to a schedule this time, so... More
  • Driver: San Francisco (Xbox 360)

    I grabbed Driver:San Francisco from a Red Box about an hour ago. A friend of mine kept raving about how great the game was and how much he enjoyed it, so I decided I'd sacrifice a couple bucks and check it out. Obviously, you can't get a full... More
  • 7 Video Game franchises that should "Take it easy," for awhile...

    I guess you could say this is similar to a shortened version of the classic Game Informer 'Sacred Cow Barbecue' or a Sheen roast, but I'm just stating what most others probably feel somewhere and to some extent within. I do not deny that any... More
  • My Top 20 Favorite Games: #1: Final Fantasy VII

    This game, above all other, is why I'm passionate about gaming. No other game I've ever played has gotten me to laugh, think, cry, and take interest like Final Fantasy VII. Obviously I think the games status as a classic is untouchable, and the... More
  • I'm back from the Borderlands.

    Sorry everyone, I've been gone for a while now but I'm back and here to stay. I've been incredibly busy with school and other less scholarly things, like looking to buy a new laptop, which has kept me busy for a while. Well, since I'm... More
  • A Matter Of Perspective

    Ever since video games appeared in our lives, they have offered us diverse ways of playing them. With a variety of genres and a wide selection to choose from, what perspective do I like the most? Genres aside, it must not be forgotten that way before... More
  • The Hitchhikers' Guide to the most entertaining ways to deal with annoying people over PSN, X-Box Live, etc.

    I, like you, do not like it when trolls and dumb kids stink up the online multiplayer of various games (shooters in particular) and because of this, I have devised a way that deals with these people. First off, the Rager. Once you get your bearings and... More
  • Moments: Fire Emblem Awakening

    ***SPOILERS*** The rain pours. The sun is masked by the clouds. Nothing can be heard above the downpour except the wet steps of Chrom and his army, weakened and disheartened. Emmeryn, their peace-loving leader, had just died, sacrificing herself in the... More