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  • When I Used To Play A Lot

    Free time, why does it have to be so far away? Prior this semester at college, my gaming sessions were having the best time ever. Now, all I can do to control this need to play games is to grab my 3DS and replay old games. With only weeks away for my... More
  • Telnet Clients are Rad as Hell: Quadrilateral Cowboy and the Games Industry's Legacy of Input

    Lemme tell you folks about the hot and heavy world of IT. I worked for a company called Enterprise Infrastructure for two years (s/o E.I., you da real MVP), which meant I had to interface with telnet/DDoS/SSH/etc. clients almost every day. It was some... More
  • Going For A PokeRun

    Hi all! Today I'm blogging about cardio with Pokemon Go. I recently joined the massive AR uprising instigator, cellphone zombie horde creator that is Pokemon Go. But I'm not going to talk about crazy stories or industry impact or even an opinion... More
  • Nintendo. Where is the NX?

    I was just sitting here looking up some stuff on the internet and I decided to look up any info on the NX. Guess what I found. The same information that has been on gaming site for months. I know Nintendo has said they would release info about the NX... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Finding Inspiration in Pokémon Art Academy

    I’ve always loved drawing but I fell out of the habit when I started college three years ago. Sure, I doodled instead of taking notes, but it was all abstract shapes. About 6 months ago I decided I wanted to get back into art but didn’t really... More
  • The Girls of Summer: Submerged

    Miku from Submerged is a perfect example of an amazing female protagonist hidden in a game that’s just okay. She shows that positive representation of any kind isn’t dependent on the quality of the medium. In fact, this whole game is evident... More
  • TheSniperXI and my thoughts on Uncharted 4

    TheSniperXI and I decided to co-author this Uncharted 4 blog; our cohesive thoughts are what lie ahead. There will be SPOILER TALK so be prepared. Enjoy the literary & visual ride. Uncharted 4, what a game! If you want a game with action, great graphics... More
  • Buswaxer's Bargain Bin Vol. 1

    For the first entry of this new feature, I'm going to swing the spotlight onto Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. This open world action RPG was developed by the now defunct studio 38 Games and released to generally positive reviews back in 2012, securing... More
  • Man on Fire and Max Payne 3: The Success and Failure of Revenge

    Given the 15 th anniversary of the series, I decided to play through its least-discussed entry – the Rockstar Vancouver-developed Max Payne 3 . I now see why nobody really talks about this game anymore, as it’s a bloated mess of poor narrative... More
  • Community Writing Challenge #40 Special: Inspiring Video Games

    Whether we play to learn something or not, there's no denying the fact that video games often teach us a thing or two. Just when the time comes for me to post my writing challenge number 40, we are asked to write if video games have ever had a positive... More
  • Shocking Sales Numbers Reveal Almost No Gamers Play Games!

    Guys, I just got done reading an article about Uncharted 4's record-breaking sales, and I have just got to share the statistics with you. In just the first week, it sold over 2.7 million copies, and in the following month it has sold nearly a million... More
  • The Mighty No. 9 Isn't Fair For Anyone

    The release and reception of The Mighty No. 9 has been disappointing for a number of reasons; it's tragic to see one of the first big pioneers of Kickstarter not meet expectations and see fans not delivered what they were promised. It's unfair... More
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