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  • What is so Great About Zelda II?

    The Legend of Zelda! The never ending franchise that everyone loves and adores has become the mainstream for most Nintendo fans. You will never see an old gen gamer not have a T-Shirt representing the Zelda franchise. Well, during the height of the first... More
  • The Power of Three

    [As Read on SNo2 .] There’s something of a semi-fascination with certain numbers in specific cultures. It’s completely researched and documented as well- take morbid fascination in Chinese culture with the number four due to its closeness... More
  • A Little Blurb On Politics, The Media and Gaming (Without Being Political)

    Not too long ago, Game Informer had a feature article about a political topic. The reaction to said topic was varied, and heated. Angry words flew about in the comment section, and then... just as swiftly as the moment had come, it was gone. The article... More
  • My Favorite Side Quest: Anju and Kafei

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    Happy Valentine’s Day! Some of you may be enjoying the day with a significant other, or friends. Others may be spending the day with their favorite games. I know I’m spending mine reuniting two crazy kids in love in my favorite side quest... More
  • John Wick: Chapter 2 Review: Glorious Gunplay

    John Wick: Chapter 2 is directed by Chad Stahelski and stars Keanu Reeves, Riccardo Scamarcio, and Ian McShane. The film takes place after the events of the original John Wick, as ex hitman John Wick is prepared to settle down and leave his past behind... More
  • The Evolution of Console Gaming and the Aging Gamer

    I haven't been a gamer since the beginning of gaming, but I have been playing games since the NES days. My first console was the SNES and it came bundled with my first game (that I owned at least), Super Mario World. The start of it all! The 16 bit... More
  • For the Love of Games: Political Strife, GIO, and Our Love of Video Games

    I don't know how to start this piece. In fact I didn't want to write this. But over the past few weeks I've seen division in a community I love. Political discourse is non-existent, instead name calling and slurs have dominated. While we live... 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
  • World-Building in Deus Ex

    [As Read on SNo2 .] As it currently stands, there are four main installments within the Deus Ex franchise. That’s not counting the variety of mobile iterations, versions, or other side content and activities. As with any good universe, there’s... More
  • A Growing-Up Gamer

    More often than not, one simply doesn't want to finish something. In my case, my backlog and college education are both getting to their end. Granted, I've said many times that I wanted to have some extra time off my shoulders to do stuff, but... 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
  • Resident Evil 7 Review

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] I just want to say that, first of all I will do my best to keep this review as spoiler-free as possible. I know that the latest chapter in Capcom’s zombie-fueled saga has only been out for not quite a month, and yet... More