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  • "Damsels" of Zelda 101: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

    I have something embarrassing to admit. I’ve never actually beaten Zelda II: The Adventure of Link because when I was little I thought that you couldn’t go off of the path. Because of this, I never even made it to the first dungeon, just the... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Letting My Freak Flag Fly

    I live in a dingle*, and - when you walk in - people notice a few specific things: my guitars, the posters of Elliott Smith and Mark Kozelek, and - most importantly - my gaming accoutrements. There are two that I would like to talk about - the two pieces... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 10 - Final Fantasy XII

    For our tenth episode we cover the twelfth main entry in the Final Fantasy series. Though initially releasing to some of the best reviews of any Final Fantasy title, time has solidified XII's status as the black sheep of the series. Does its groundbreaking... More
  • February Game Challenge: Week One (New Games Aplenty!)

    February greetings! It's hard to believe we already have one month under our collective belts in this new year. While typically the beginning of the year is a slow time for games, this month is the exception. At least it is for me. On February 9th... More
  • Guess That Game (February 2016)...

    nuqneH Game Informer! More months go by so more Guess That Game appears. Last month's installment had people getting the game at various clues. It's always fun to make people think it's one game only to have another clue make them doubt themselves... More
  • Monthly Gradebook: January 2016

    Greetings! Welcome to my debut edition of the Monthly Gradebook. I’ll be giving my thoughts and of course grades on all the games I managed to play to competition this past month. I decided to do this as a way to share my thoughts on the games that... More
  • An Ongoing, Personal Analysis Of The Witness: Pt. 1

    “ There are so many clues and feelings in the world that it makes a mystery, and a mystery means there's a puzzle to be solved,” David Lynch tells journalist Kristine Mckenna at his house nestled in the Hollywood Hills. “Once you... More
  • Microtransactions - A Different Perspective

    Whoever invented microtransactions should get bitten in the Dick by a snake, and be forced to suck his own Dick in order to get the poison out. I don't wish death on the guy, mind you...just a little life lesson that whoever started a rather harmless... More
  • The Winner Is...

    The winner of the first annual Bussy Awards is... Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain! Kojima Productions went above and beyond in this year's stealth action masterpiece. A detailed open world, tons of interesting side content, an upgradeable base... More
  • Why Games Have you Press Continue...

    There is much criteria that have the player stay in the game: the story, the look, the happiness that is brought to us while playing it. Everyone has there reason, but every developer has to know what the people want in a game and know what game needs... More
  • Brought Back To The RPG World Thanks To: Bravely Default

    Ever since I finished up Final Fantasy IV Advance in July last year, my play sessions with this genre had to be put aside in order to concentrate in other games and college. This year however, Bravely Default was the game I needed to return playing RPGs... More
  • Top 10 Survival Horror Games...

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    Today, you are here to see our list of the best Horror games out there. From guts and gore to death and insanity, we give you the top ten survival horror games. 10. Dead Rising This game brings me back to Dawn of the Dead. The game's sequels have... More
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