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  • Blog Post: A Tale of Vengeance and Honor

    Too many games today are content with the idea of funneling you down a corridor giving you a series of opposing heads to dispose of or blatantly point out that there is only one way to get from point A to point B. Try any other option and the results you will most likely get is complete and utter failure... More
  • Blog Post: Blood, Runes, and More Blood

    *SPOILER* In my time, I’ve played my fair share of video games. From hacking and slashing, all the way up to strategic warfare, I’ve seen it all. Needless to say, it becomes boring when a game gets remade over and over, with the same mechanics, same story line, but with a different set of... More
  • Blog Post: DISHONORED REVIEW from GentleGyroGinger

    This game was a 10 for me. It had everything that a good stealth game needs. It also brought back a lot of memories from playing Splinter Cell. Multiple objectives, many paths, and powers made this game great. It also had a lot of interesting characters and lore surrounding the city of Dunwall. Some... More
  • Blog Post: Great game cut short

    The game is very fun and offers a lot of ways to play. The main downfall is how short it is. I have beaten the game 4 times, seen every ending, gotten all achievements, all in under 30 hours. That simply should not happen. Another downfall of the game is the magic system. There are very few actually... More
  • Blog Post: Good game, bad plot.

    I wasn't sure what to feel when I first heard about Dishonored. I read a few articles about it. When a game interests me, I tend to hold off on the media band wagon so that when I play the game, my experience is fresh and without expectations. The opening sequence attempts to tutor you in the art... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored: The Consequence of Choice

    It's always refreshing to see a new IP among the avalanche of sequels that smothers gamers this time of the year. While most look forward to the comfortable return of triple-A titles like Call of Duty, Assassin's Creed, and Halo, it's nice when gamers can give something new a shot. It's... More
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