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  • Final Thoughts 27: Portal

    Final Thoughts 27 Portal Note: This is not a review, but merely my musings after having recently completed a game as part of my Rogue's Adventures playthrough of my backlog. Follow @RoguesAdventure to keep up with my playthroughs and check out my... More
  • The Gaming Wishlist: Arkham Knight Edition

    A new series I will be starting with all the wants and additions I think would be absolutely epic in an upcoming video game. Spoiler Alert: If you have not played any of the previous Arkham games, which would be pretty ludicrous at this point. Continue... More
  • Review for Contact(JRPG for NDS)

    Title:Contact Genre:RPG Developer(s):Grasshopper Manufacture Publisher(s):JP Marvelous Entertainment :NA Atlus :PAL Rising Star Games Platform(s):Nintendo DS Release date(s):JP March 30,2006 :NA October 19,2006 :AUS January 252007 :EU February 6,2007... More
  • The Forthcoming Condition of Video Games Through the Eyes of the Future

    2077 A.D. has no doubt been an interesting year for video games so far. We've seen developers like Media Molecule and Quantic Dream continue to improve upon hologram gaming experiences with titles such as Parts of One and Crimson Skies, and have had... More
  • Who Are Games Made For?

    Games are for children. Games are art. Games are for man-children. Games are for all. Depending on who one talks to there is a variety of audiences who gaming is "meant" for. This variety of audiences is one of the reasons the ESRB rating system... More
  • Video game channels that deserve a bigger following than what they have

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    We all know the big video game youtube channels. The ones that get hundreds of thousads of views per video even if it's just them biting off their finger nail and eating it for twenty five seconds. You know your Toalbiscuit, your Cinnemassacr, your... More
  • Taking Out the Most Evil Things.

    There have been times in our world history where some terrible things have happened. We had a dictator who came close to world domination, who believed in a perfect race, even if it meant doing horrible things. There are crimes taking place every day... More
  • Our Love Of The Classics Still Inspiring The Next Generation Of Gaming…

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    I've been considering blogging about this subject for a little while now. And I suppose in a sense I sort of have in that I've already blogged about one of the games I'm going to mention here. I think what finally pushed me over the edge was... More
  • 365/365 Day 183: The Testament Of Sherlock Holmes Impressions

    Sir Athur Conan Doyle's famous detective Sherlock Homes has had several video game releases over the last decade or so. In the past, I've greatly enjoyed adventure games, as well as solving crimes in games such as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney... More
  • All Aboard the Hype Train!! Striking While the Iron is Hot

    By the way I made this specifically for this article XD I thought it would be too perfect, especially for the internet. Delays and extensions to video games has become all too common in recent years, and we have seen a good few games pushed into the threshold... More
  • A Tear to My Eye- The Bosses of Pikmin 2

    In case you didn't read the introduction, a Tear to My Eye is a series where I will talk about parts of great games that I feel don't get any love. It will not be remembering parts in games where I cried, unless that moment is the focus of that... More
  • Hyrule Hysteria

    A killer queen. Triforce with laserbeams... Hyrule Warriors is a stunning announcement from a company in need of reinventing itself: unable to cater to the "casual" market which propelled the Wii to become the number one console of the prior... More