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  • Why Activision may need to be careful of lawsuits

    Remember during the release hype of Modern Warfare 3 the promises made by Activision for a "hacker-free" server? Have you noticed that so far, quite the opposite has occured? This may be a tie-in with my last blog, but a hardcore domination... More
  • Sleepy Horror - Amnesia Parts 22 and 23, Plants Vs. Zombies Parts 2 and 3, and Cry of Fear Part 2

    More videos. I hit my goal of 25 subscribers, which is awesome. Growing, slowly. Please help me reach my next goal of 50! Amnesia Part 22 Amnesia Part 23 Plants Vs. Zombies Part 2 More
  • Dawn of the First Day

    So hopefully I'm back for a good long while this time. School and several other factors have kept me busy, but I'm done with that stuff and so I'm going to be back around commenting and blogging. Anyway I'm gonna hit the ground running... More
  • Metro: Last Light Review

    Metro: Last Light Review Released on May 14, 2013 Developed by 4A Games, Published by Deep Silver Rated M for Mature Metro: Last Light is a dark, visually stunning game, one that places humanity’s cruel nature in the forefront while trying to find... More
  • Character Analysis

    Greetings, friends! Today I would like to embark on a new journey. A journey that will combine two of my favorite things: Acting and gaming! What I mean is that I would like to do a character analysis on a video game character. This would include a back... More
  • Defunct Blog Idea #1 12/16/12

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    Hey GI Blog Community! I haven't been as active on the site as I have in the past but I'm going to try and change that. One way I will do that is each week, I will be posting a failed blog topic of mine. I often have many great topics but after... More
  • My Top 20 Favorite Anime. #4: Basilisk

    The majority of anime on this list are things I stumbled upon by accident; I watched Gilgamesh because I liked the title, I watched Oh! Edo rocket out of boredom, and at least half of the list came from a Netflix recommendation. And the main reason I... More
  • Indie Movie: The Game

    Vs. As a fan of both film and video games mediums, I've noticed that there is a chasm of difference between the two when it comes to independent production. When I think of an Indie title, in terms of video games, I tend to associate it with retro... More
  • Remembering Game Genie

    The Game Genie was...somewhat of a hit back in the early 90's or so. Games on the NES and Genesis systems were (hell, they still are) notoriously hard, and some people just couldn't get past level one without leveling the playing field. So, out... More
  • Plus 10 Looks #8- Gone Home

    If you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple weeks — or simply despise everything indie like that sinister Travis fellow — you might not have heard about Gone Home . Well, worry no longer. What is Gone Home, you say? It's... More
  • Grief and Gaming

    It’s been a while since I got any enjoyment out of a video game. This isn’t due to the games I’m playing, or the way I’m playing them, or anything like that. For me, video games are different from movies or TV in that I can’t... More
  • Has GT6 Officially Jumped the Shark?

    After reading the morning's reports that GT6 would have fully-functioning star mapping , I think we should be all be seriously worried about this (once) storied franchise. Some quick background: I bought a PS2 because I was so impressed by GT3: A... More