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  • It's Time for Call of Duty to Revisit World War II

    Since its debut in 2003, the Call of Duty series was primarily a World War II shooter that put players in the boots of soldiers during that time of history. That changed in 2007 though, when Infinity Ward decided to modernize the series and bring it to... More
  • 12 Days of Christmas Movies: Day 1

    Brandon and I are reunited for the holidays, and we decided to get together every evening until Christmas Eve to watch a Christmas movie every night. We both love the holiday, and the movies to boot. So in the interest of keeping my blog about Brandon... More
  • The Rape of Europa: How Censorship and Social Justice Are Silencing Victims Voices


    In one of the busiest urban centers in one of the most modern Western nations, a mob of up to 1,500 men engaged in robbery, rape, and assault on New Years' Eve. Over 100 women and young girls have formally filed charges. None of the suspects have been caught. Yet what authorities are now describing as a "completely new dimension" in barbarism is not only staggering in regard to the number of perpetrators and victims involved. What is increasingly alarming is the magnitude of censorship by and collusion among politicians, the media, and activists which sought to prevent the story from even being told.


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  • Destiny: Enticing Game, A Less Than Legendary Experience

    Intro: I won't hesitate to say that Destiny was my most anticipated game for this year and rightfully so. I was one of the many who were onboard since the first announcement of the game with the concept art (below). I knew Destiny would be the Star... More
  • How Anita Sarkeesian Turned Me Into A White Knight


    Where does one gain the power to protect the things important to them? In video games one constantly gets new power ups, so that defeating entire armies or hordes of demons becomes second nature. But in the real world is right and wrong so black and white, and can even the most pathetic coward become a white knight, a champion of justice?

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  • 27/27: Part 16: My top Dek games of 11 Ɛ9: Part 9

    Link to the rules here Today's game: Assassins Creed 2 Here's a game that's loved by all, Assassins Creed 2, the adventures of Ezio Auditore da Firenze form his teens, until he is well past the age of the typical video game protagonist. But... More
  • My Massive Backlog...

    It has been almost 12 years since my backlog in gaming officially began, and I remember the day clearly. The day coincides with the release of the Nintendo Gamecube on Nov. 18, 2001. Prior to the Cube’ launching, I had owned the NES, the SNES, and... More
  • The Vita's salvation

    The Indie gaming scene is pretty big right now on PC, as anyone with any semblance of knowledge of the gaming community is probably aware of. Indie gaming is an interesting endeavor, due to its need of unique or original game-play/hooks to enthrall the... More
  • Games that Sadly Cancelled

    In the game industry some things just never come to be. Wether its a budget reason, the studio closed up, or the game was just not good in the developers eyes. But quite frankly, I think some of those games never should have been canceled. Here are some... More
  • Days of My Gaming Life Part Two: Penny Arcade

    When I was a kid in the late eighties and early nineties I grew up with a lot of gaming friends. I mean, alot. And one common place for me to be found was a penny arcade two blocks from my school in Colorado. The owner of this imporium was the late John... More
  • Music Lover?

    Then go talk about This Decade In Music over in my thread here . More
  • Dead Space 2 not coming this year

    EA is either trying to just straight-out ruin my day, or they just want to straight-out ruin my day. I just don’t see any other reason behind the latest bit of news to come out of the mega-publisher. According to a release schedule, which included... More