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  • Nintendo's Fiendish Plans

    I love Nintendo, okay. I have an appreciation for their games and some that maybe be unpopular, but I still consider their works a piece of art. So if any of you Nintendo Freaks think I hate them and me making this post is offending you, then just don't... More
  • Ready Player One Is a Reference Machine, and That Both Excites and Worries Me

    Ready Player One is one of my favorite novels, combining a dystopian world with science fiction elements, humor, and enough references to make anyone geek out page after page. When I heard it was being made into a film, I got excited but after some time... More
  • How SEGA Should Approach Alien: Isolation II

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] The Alien video game series, much like the titular movie series, has experienced its fair share of ups and downs over the years. There have been innovative flops such as Alien vs Predator, there have been outright horror... More
  • Gerardo's Q2 2017 Backlog Update: Generations Collide

    Following my April's update of the games I managed to finish during the first quarter of 2017 , here I am once again sharing my progress covering the months of April, May, June, and mid-July. I wanted, I really wanted to beat many games during that... More
  • Dammit

    Do you ever have those moments when you play so many games it all starts to feel the same? The feeling you had when you first started gaming was probably special. Yea, even magical, like a perfect day you'll remember for the rest of your life. I remember... More
  • Creating A Great And Memorable Hero For Video Games

    This last Tuesday, I posted a list of my top ten favorite Heroes in video games. With Heroes ranging from Master Chief to Ratchet and Clank, there was a diverse cast of characters and a wide range of motivations. So how is that all these characters, with... More
  • A Lasting Legacy

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] This blog is entirely not about The Witcher 3 in actuality so I do apologize if the title calling card of a picture is misleading, however seeing as Geralt’s continued adventures remain some of my favorite games of... More
  • Gaming and Beyond: My Best Friend

    There are plenty of things that gaming has given me. I have a job where I get to talk about them, I have a great website that lets me write about them, and I have plenty of friends that I am able to play with whether we are in the same room or halfway... More
  • MightyMagikarp's Top 100 Video Game Characters (#60-51)

    Anyone who recognizes the character in the thumbnail before clicking this blog wins a medal.

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  • FLCL and the Idea of Maturity

    At one thirty this morning I finished FLCL for the first time. For those of you unfamiliar with the anime, the overall plot is that a young alien named Haruko runs over twelve-year-old Naota with her moped, causing robots to emerge from the boy’s... More
  • Clinging to Past Memories: The Open World Entropy Plight

    One of the biggest breakthroughs in gaming for me was in 2015, a fairly recent time. Oh, how empowering it was to finally complete the construction of Mother Base in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. It was somewhere around the 150 hour mark. The... More
  • Games I Didn't Review in 2016: Infinite Warfare

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] My history with the Call of Duty series is an interesting one: I’m one of the few people who actually plays the series for its story as well as the frenetic multiplayer mayhem. I do enjoy a good if cliched tale from... More
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