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  • 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
  • Far Cry 5 Reminds Me of Rainbow 6 Patriots

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] Long before there was Rainbow Six: Siege, there was a story-driven Rainbow Six game in the works that would see your group of operatives combating homegrown terrorism on United States soil. Several things have changed for... More
  • Why a 7 out of 10 Can Mean a Bad Score from Game Reviewers

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    Listen up you wonderful people. Game critics are a fickle bunch. Like I've said before, I believe there's a lot more subjective to games than people think. The only true thing I believe is objective is if the game works. I know a lot of people... More
  • 31/31 Day 17: Gotta Go Fast?

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    It’s time for a confession: I’ve never really played a Sonic the Hedgehog. I’ve played a few minutes of the original in my dentist’s office but I’m not sure that counts. I’ve even played a few hours of Sonic ’06... More
  • I Finished Gears of War: Ultimate Edition in One Sitting, Here Are Some Impressions

    Gears of War is a series I have always been interested in, but never played much of until recently. I began like I tend to do with all new series' with the latest entry, but about halfway through Gears of War 4's campaign I decided to stop and... More
  • Depressing Update!

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    Well, I am about to start a run of Junior year. I know it's been about four days since I started school, but it hasn't technically started, with all the informing the students thing. There is a lot going on in my life at the moment that I would... More
  • 31/31 Day 16: The Shrouded Isle Review

    Job searching is never fun – but at least the Shrouded Isle has helped me realize that I wouldn’t be a successful, sacrificial cult leader. Released at the beginning of August by Kitfox Games, The Shrouded Isle is a PC resource management... More
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