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  • Sega Genesis Mini

    Out of all places to find one, it would be at an Office Max. I'm looking for a chair, decide to browse around and see a pile of these things for $50. They also had an Atari 2600 mini as well, but...well, I'm a 90's kid. Granted, the Atari... More
  • Abstract Review - Alien: Covenant

    One of my favorite horror flicks I can name is the first Alien. It had this sense of fear for the unknown in it that I loved when I first watched it as a kid. The alien that the Nostromo Crew found wiped out the entire crew, but Ripley, making that thing... More
  • 31/31 Day 23: Lazy Day Gaming

    I’m sure we all have them, those games you pick up because you want something to play while you binge watch or before you go to bed. Those games that you replay over and over again because at this point your muscle memory can just take over. Those... More
  • 4 US Schools Offering ESports Programs – Gaming Industry Acceptance Growing

    Gamers from all around the world should be aware of what is happening in US universities. There is a growing number of colleges that are now offering eSports programs and scholarships for those that are really good at a number of different games. Avid... More
  • What the Hell Just Happened?

    So I woke up today to see that ESPN had decided to move this guy named Robert Lee around. Because they felt like his name was too close to Robert E. Lee. You know, the Confederate General and eponym for a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T from The Dukes of Hazzard... More
  • Top 7 Best Web Games

    Web games are fantastic, because they can be played anywhere, anytime without the need to download or install anything. They're perfect for school or work. Here are some fun ones to try out: 1. The Company of Myself The Company of Myself is a puzzle... More
  • Charm and the X Factor

    "That looks cool!" is one of the most important sentences in business. It means that everyone who created a product did a well enough job that they've attracted customers. Of course, customers means revenue, revenue means the increased longevity... More
  • Jurassic World Evolution!!!!!

    Please rate and comment: Woa, finally dinosaurs fans will get a follow up to Jurassic Park Operation Genesis with the newly announced game during the Microsoft Conference (it's going to be a long wait for this one). Even thought it was announced at... More
  • 31/31 Day 22: Ranking All of the Masks in Majora’s Mask

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    I can’t believe I haven’t made this post already. Not only is Majora’s Mask pretty much my go-to favorite game, but the masks are my favorite part – which is why ranking them may actually be a bit hard. 24 – Giant’s... More
  • 5 Incredibly Stupid AI in Video Games

    Programming AI is one of the most difficult aspects of game design. Despite us being able to create AI which can destroy the best chess players and recently an AI which beat the best GO player , we're a long way away from creating bots that can compete... More
  • Four Things The Wii U Did Better Than The Nintendo Switch

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    There is little doubt that the Nintendo Switch is dominating the world right now. It's been out for a few months now, and even then stores run out of stock very shortly after the get them in. Some of the best reviewed games of the year, including... More
  • 31/31 Day 21: Animals = Pokémon

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    I love the zoo – it’s as simple as that. As I was looking at animals during the eclipse, I started thinking about Pokémon and how many animal influences there are. There are some animals that should get a bit more love from Game Freak... More
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