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  • E-3-Months to Go

    It’s that time of the year again, and E3 is coming quickly. With a new Console Generation set to dawn later this year, the annual convention should be full of big announcements of not just hardware but software as well. This year marks what could... More
  • Bump!: The Beginnings

    Hello there, welcome to the third edition of Bump! I know I've been slacking on my weekly series, Community Update these past two weeks, but my life has been busy this month. Not just in the blogging sense either. But now I've managed to pull... More
  • Quick Critique: Dead Space 2

    It's rare to see a videogame sequel deal with the emotional ramifications that it's predecessor may leave on it's protagonist. In most cases the events from previous titles primarily effect the overall story of the series, but rarely does... More
  • Mission Complete

    A week ago I was in a serious mood for some 3D modeling. I've been away from 3D modeling and serious graphics design for nearly 2-3 years since I finished college. So my goal was to learn the software (Maxon Cinema 4D Studio R12 ) my ma bought me... More
  • Weekly Questions Week 10

    I was halfway done with this blog when it was deleted, which always makes for happy times. ANYway, fun fact: after writing this, I will have published 100 random questions about yours truly in the past ten weeks. Crazy huh? Yes, I'm sure you're... More
  • The Next Gen/Used Game Debacle.

    With the new console announcements and rumors flying all over the place in these past months, there has been a lot of talk about how the next gen consoles, specifically XBox for the most part, may have watermarked discs that prevent the sale of used games... More
  • Dead Island Review

    The psychology of fear is an incessantly absorbing topic. In the film and videogame industries, more is more and, well, less is less. But the true high-water marks of horror tell a more nuanced and personal story than a hewed limb spurting a small cascade’s... More
  • The Rise and Fall of the Singleplayer FPS Part 1: I Need A Weapon

    In every FPS game, the core gameplay is shooting your enemy with your gun. Whether you’re using a M4 Carbine or a BFG, every shooter has you shooting your enemies with all sorts of weapons. However, I’ve noticed something interesting with... More
  • 12/31 - The Great Debaters

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    With the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates upon us, I wanted to look back at games I've played that let you really lay into someone with words instead of fists (or at least, BEFORE fists.) Video games let you accomplish a whole manner of... More
  • The Last of Us Part II - Neil Druckmann and Politics in Gaming

    The Last of us Part II - Neil Druckmann and Politics in Gaming (If you want to see the video form of this blog post, just visit this link Hello, everyone, it's drmuffin1080 here. Today I'm going to be talking about... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Traveling Gaming Worlds

    Games offer us the posiblity to travel far and wide through their diverse overworlds, and whether linear or open world, long stages to short ones, what lies in there can easily makes us feel like if we were inside the game. We saw worlds only from above... More
  • The Never Ending Argument Vol. 10

    Hello, folks, and welcome to The Never Ending Argument!!! Again! For the tenth time... Anyway, for this momentous occasion, I thought I'd bring in the big guns. The head honcho of arguments. The big cheese of ponderings. Grand Theft Auto. For years... More