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  • Community Writing Challenge: Those Great Gaming Partners

    Going against most gamers in this day and age, I don't play online. I neither like it nor want it as local multiplayer and co-op is what I'm after. Having said that, some games offer the opportunity to share the glory (or pain) with someone helping... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 52 - Half-Life 2

    Released in 2004, Half-Life 2 ushered PC games into a new generation. It brought with it the highly flexible Source Engine (a game engine so versatile that highly modified versions of it are still used for modern AAA games like Titanfall ), and necessitated... More
  • Final Fantasy 15 and the Man who Ate his Words

    Final Fantasy 15 and the Man who Ate his Words Now I know, Final Fantasy 15 is "old" news at this point. But in my defense, I had literally no time to play it in December and in January I had pneumonia throughout the month. So February was the... More
  • Pokemon Go: Gen 2 Update

    [As Read on SNo2 .] Pokemon Go is flawed at best but it is an endearing project that, similar to Bungie’s Destiny, has evolved over time into something much greater and relatively smoother than it initially was when presented. Over the past week... More
  • Into the Wildlands: Ghost Recon Revisited

    In advance of the open beta and release of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and as a longtime fan of squad-based shooters since PlayStation 2 era games like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm, I wanted to share my impressions of the closed... More
  • My Favorite Getting a Console Moments

    In little over two weeks the gaming world will be introducing a new console into its ecosystem. Very little is known about the Switch, but whenever a new console is set to release I find it to be a very exciting time. I've pre-ordered a Switch and... More
  • Absolving Us of our Sins

    [As Read on SNo2 .] Today’s post has to do with two games that are coming in the as of yet undetermined future, but supposedly within the bounds of 2017. The first title is Absolver- an action oriented role-playing game seeking to meld concepts... More
  • Anna: Extended Edition (Review)

    The horror genre is full of cheap jump scares, lazy writing, and combat that drains all sense of terror. Sure, there are exceptions, but the genre has been in a bit of a slump for some time now. Thankfully, Anna: Extended Edition is a smart entry to the... More
  • Japan's Protagonist Problem

    Whenever we sit down and play a story focused video game, it's often the intention of the developer to create a playable protagonist that, to an extent, the player can relate to. After all, if we're going to be controlling this character for at... More
  • Tackling the Backlog-- Asura's Wrath

    Somewhere in the depths of my blog is a piece on me diving into my backlog. Considering this current incarnation, my first attempt didn’t go so well. I did however come across Asura’s Wrath , a game I sank a fair amount of time into but for... More
  • Everything Wrong with Resident Evil Biohazard

    Resident Evil is the game that most common gamers will say when they are asked what is a horror game. I got the first game on the game on the Gamecube and, surprisingly, I beat it at the age of 10. With a little help from my dad, of course. It has a special... More
  • The Best Upcoming Games in March

    The year 2017 has already been witness to games like Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Nioh and Gravity Rush 2, but there’s still a lot more to come. In fact, quite a few big games are going to launch just next month. Although it’s not exactly possible to say... More
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