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  • The Best Games Period - Episode 74 - Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

    Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time released in 2003, and it presented a new standard that action-adventure games still strive to achieve to this day. The titular prince and Farah, his sometimes-ally, have a relationship dynamic that felt lively and real... More
  • Sneak Preview: Assassin's Creed Bore-Again

    [As Spoofed on SNo2. ] Allow me to first state that I have always been a fan of Ubisoft’s history spanning series and that despite its many flaws I have always found the entries to be entertaining and enthralling in many ways. This particular blog... More
  • We Happy Few - Few Will Be Happy

    We Happy Few is retailing for $50 on Steam. You know, that sort of ambitious game that's still in Early Access? Yeah, it's now got a publisher and...perhaps the most ass-backwards way of selling a Collector's Edition - by selling you a bunch... More
  • 31/31 Day 20: What Makes the Perfect Sports Game?

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    Between playing Pyre, watching NFL pre-season games and re-reading John Bois’ 17776, I’ve been thinking a lot about sports. What makes a sport fun to watch? What makes it fun to play in real life vs. in a video game? What aspects of being... More
  • Agents Of Mayhem - The Nitpicking

    Agents of Mayhem is the kind of game that...the more I play it today, the less I'll play it tomorrow. It takes Saints Row's padding and makes it even more obnoxious - at least the repetition in Saints Row was entertaining...it's almost infuriating... More
  • Does XP Ruin Action Games?

    When I play an action game, I'm thinking about shooting, running, fighting...doing cool stuff. The last thing on my mind is leveling up, placing skill points or unlocking stuff with currency. I just feel your entire moveset should be unlocked from... More
  • Resident Evil 7 (Review)

    Resident Evil 7 is a bold new take on the franchise, but it’s also a strong return to form. While recent entries have begun to trade in the survival horror elements of the earlier games for a more action-oriented experience, Resident Evil 7 gives... More
  • My Thoughts on CoD: WWII

    I know many of you already know that I love history and my favorite time period is WWII, but I won't go on with that. So instead I will be talking about the game as a whole, no nostalgia, no unbiased attempt to make the game look better, just full... More
  • 31/31 Day 19: Gaming on the Edge of My Seat

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    It’s been a few months since a game had me literally on the edge of my seat, freaking out as I played the game – but last night Pyre had me up until 2 in the morning. When the stakes are high, it’s impossible to not get caught up in... More
  • 31/31 Day 18: Halfway Done Update

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    It feels like months ago that I started this 31/31 so I figured I’d give a brief update on how it’s going. This is the first time I’ve ever done anything like this and it’s a completely different experience than I think I was expecting... More
  • In Defense of No Man's Sky

    Hello and welcome to a new segment I like to call In Defense Of...! In this segment, I'll be taking an aspect of the gaming community that many people hate or maybe just don't fully understand, and coming to it's defense! Sometimes it's... More
  • Looking Back on the Oddly Special Game That Was Dragon's Dogma

    I'm going to offer you a little insight into the process that I go through when trying to write a blog, mainly what led to me wanting to talk about Dragon's Dogma. While trying to conjure up a decent topic for a blog post, I rocked back and forth... More