The lights are on
With only a few days left in 2013 you're probably
expecting a ton of blogs talking about the best games and biggest moments from
the year. The blogging community delivers all of that and more with the final episode
of Blog Herding for 2013. See you all next year. Have a safe and enjoyable
Period Reviewed: December
16, 2013 – December 22, 2013Number of User
Blogs: 49Number of User
Bloggers: 32Number of User
Blogs Herded: 11
2014 Fantasy Football League Scoreboard – Playoffs Round 2With the end of the football
season quickly approaching, cerpintaxman brings us up to speed on the GIO
Fantasy Football League playoff standings with a look at where everybody is.
5 Poison Clouds In GamingEventually one of our resident
"Top x List" bloggers is going to draft a Top Ten Most Unique List Blogs and
John Wrek's Top 5 Poison Clouds is a solid nomination to be considered for it.
Five Worst Games Of 2013While many gamers and media
outlets are hard at work compiling the best games of the year, MSF codforlife goes in the opposite direction by naming his picks of the worst from the
Top 25 Strangest Things About 2013 And OnwardTim Gruver characterizes his
thoughts about the year with a handful of witty summarizations sure to make you
chuckle, especially since many of us would probably share in his outlook.
Of The YearServant of God picks three of
the year's best games, compares and contrasts them, and ultimately selects one
as his Game of the Year. Check out the games and see if you agree with the
Of The Year: 2013It was a great year for games
with nearly every genre getting a new release worth playing. Using a few
important game qualities as a guide, Schmidtyfro picks his 2013 Game of the
Characters I Want In Super Smash Bros. For Wii U/3DSWith Nintendo announcing
another character on the roster of the highly-anticipated Super
Smash Bros. for Wii U, Mray901 suggests a few other characters he'd like to see
in the game.
Astronauts, And Why Saying Games Can't Look Better Is CrazyJon Gregory addresses the
capabilities of the new consoles with candid commentary addressing those who
might wonder why games need better graphics, or if it's even possible for games to look better than they already do.
Ten Tuesday 49 – My Top Ten Xbox 360 GamesEven with the recent release of
the Xbox One there is a good chance gamers will be playing their Xbox 360s for
the next few months or so. Eric Watson considers his favorite games on this
Horror, And Tragedy In The Portal FranchiseIf there are two things I like, it's any game published by Valve and blogs by David Chandler. Couple the two
together, and you get an interesting perspective about the wonderful world of Portal.
Game CalendarAs Noobtubin8er's awesome
ADVENTure game calendar concludes you can reflect on all of the classic gaming
goodness he spotlighted the past few weeks while enjoying the trip down memory
Destiny Will Be AmazingDestiny has been receiving a
ton of attention, with everybody from gamers to the media speculating on Bungie's
next big title since Halo. Others, like captainfez3, are already convinced it
will be amazing.
HD ReviewMost of us appreciate when a
classic game gets a makeover, but what happens when someone plays a remake for a game that they thought was subpar? Read seb100172's review of Killzone
and find out.
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Your friendly neighborhood blogging community (12/16/13
– 12/22/13):Alex Excelsior!;
boxcar182; captainfez3; cerpintaxman; Coachscorner00; Cody LaCrone (2); Daniel
Moran; David Chandler; Doctor Apozem; Eric Watson (2); Gorow the Coooooooool
guy; Jack Gardner; Jack Treese; John Wrek (3); Jon Gregory (2); Mr. Dr.
Professor Movie Critic Juanolo (2); Mray901; MSF codforlife (2); Noobtubin8er
(7); O'Dell Harmon (2); Prince of Snark Euphoric Ennui I; RezidentHazard
(Skeptical Inquirer); rhotaphota; schmidtyfro (2); seb100172; Servant of God;
StonedMagician; TheDarkestLink; Thomas Stensland; Tim Gruver (2); Trenchmace
(2); and utdevildog.
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