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  • Deadpool Movie Review

    ***This is a spoiler free review, I will avoid talking about any of the plot details in Deadpool The story of how Deadpool finally got his own movie is almost as interesting as the story that the movie tells. Ryan Reynolds who plays the merc with a mouth... More
  • "Damsels" of Zelda 101: The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

    After three straight games of saving the princess, defeating the villain and becoming the hero, The Legend of Zelda franchise makes you question if you’re always the good guy with Link’s Awakening (1993). In a game free from Zelda and Ganon... More
  • Stella Glow Review

    Stella Glow is the swansong game of developer Imageepoch, who shut down before the game even released in Japan and way before its November release date in North American, which is rather unfortunate as Stella Glow is a very solid turn-based tactical strategy... More
  • Gaster's Beginning: Prologue

    Author's Notes: This will be short and a small look at what I have in store. I hope you like the small prologue. Oh and almost forgot! All rights of ownership of the game Undertale are reserved to Toby Fox and the lovely crew that helped him make... More
  • Remo's Backlog Progress: RPGs Great and Small

    If you read my 2015 year in review post, you may remember that I posted a sort of backlog priorities list. In case you missed it, here it is: 1. Undertale 2: Dragon Age: Inquisition 3. Xenogears 4. The Witcher series 5. Deus Ex: Human Revolution 6. Final... More
  • One-Hit Wonders: Eternal Darkness

    Silicon Knights is a texbook showcase of a one-hit wonder in the vein of a music artist - you got that one hit everyone still remembers fondly, the re-imagining of a masterpiece created by another artist, the mediocre follow-up, then the fall from grace... More
  • I Have Finally Beaten Super Mario Bros.

    After 6 years of wanting to finish it, today I can say the game is no longer part of my backlog. Most of the games I play are old and this one is now the oldest I have played, my second Mario game and a fun ride I had missed for so long. Owning a NES... More
  • Remembering Gametrailers

    It's difficult, and disheartening, to believe that Gametrailers s gone. It's a site I've visited almost every day for almost four years now. And the thought that in just a few days, there wont be any point anymore, is almost surreal. Granted... More
  • The Tangled Web I Weave (Reposted in Honor of Valentine's Day)

    (The following is a blog I wrote back in 2012 on the Site Which Shall Not Be Named Nor Traffic Directed To. It is reposted here so that I may reference it without directing traffic to the forbidden site.) Ok, show of comments: How many people here played... More
  • The Gaming Romances that Stick With You

    Valentine's Day. For some it is a time to reflect on their relationship, others indulge on a multitude of candy shaped like hearts, and a lot more await the following day when the candy shaped like hearts will be half off. It has me thinking about... More
  • Gaming Update: Where the Chill Waits

    (This is the room where my computer lives!) For me this is Console season; that time of year that my gaming shifts completely to my PS4/PS3. The reason is purely practical: you see I do not have central heat in my house. I haven't had it for more... More
  • My Gaming Wishlist for 2016

    I’m a couple of weeks late as some of my wishes are already starting to come true but anyways this is a list of things I want from the gaming industry this year. 2015 was great and this one has the potential to be even better. PlayStation VR For... More
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