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  • Doki Doki Literature Club Review: A Niche Masterpiece

    Don't let the title fool you, Doki Doki Literature Club is a must play this year. I went into this game completely blind. It was a good choice, because my experience was chock full of emotional twists and turns. The game is a popular one for streamers... More
  • MightyMagikarp's Top 100 Video Game Characters List (#40-31)


    Back from the dead.  Risen from the ashes.  I'm here to finish what I started.

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  • Peeing On The Electric Fence

    It's been said that there are three ways people can learn. The first is through observation. The second through instruction. And the last is... pain, or... peeing on the electric fence. Of those three options, one guarantees unpleasant results, and... More
  • Problems with Density 2

    I finally got around to listening to this week's GI Show - the one with Mega Man 11 and Density 2. While I appreciate Matt Miller's enthusiasm for the game, he said something that I find infuriating coming from a member of the gaming press. After... More
  • The Essentials Challenge: The Fool Arcana - Red Dead Redemption

    We're in the final month, and we have another c ompletion! The Fool Arcana took on the open world Western Classic, Red Dead Redemption. The game that made all of us want to be cowboys left an impression on Arcana, who has an interesting take on the... More
  • Prey is a Great Game that I Cannot Bring Myself to Write About

    Ever since its release in May of this year, I've been a huge fan of Arkane Studios' Prey. The art-deco aesthetic, the in-depth level design, great character and story moments, as well as unique gameplay mechanics make the sci-fi thriller one of... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 83 - Banjo-Kazooie

    After a great many technical issues (THE ENTIRE EDITING COMPUTER DIED!), here is the long overdue episode on Banjo-Kazooie! Rare's 1998 N64 followed in Mario 64's groundbreaking footsteps with a song in its heart and an aura positively radiating... More
  • Game Informer's Exclusive Mega Man 11 Interview (Text Version)

    The internet has been buzzing with excitement and cautious optimism due to the reveal of Game Informer's January cover story: Mega Man 11. After the lackluster release of Mighty No. 9, fans have been crying out for the return of the true Blue Bomber... More
  • My prediction for Smash 5's roster: Part 4 (Third-Party)

    Third-party,a very controversial topic in Smash. I've made Dr. Mario, Lucina, and Dark Pit costumes, while Zero Suit Samus and Sheik have been bundled into their relative people. I've added Young Link, Decidueye, King K. Rool, Samurai Goroh, Wolf... More
  • Why Do People Spend Hundreds of Dollars on a Video Game?

    A friend of mine spent over 800 dollars on a mobile app called Game of War - Fire Age. We've probably all heard of this game before, whether we remember or not. It was a heavily marketed product and one of the top grossing apps of 2014/15. $800 might... More
  • A Vision for the Next Overwatch Character

    It's been more than a year now since Overwatch came out. The crazy thing is, I'm still playing it. Thus far they have kept me in the game with a steady flow of events, new game modes, and new maps, but the one thing that truly keeps things interesting... More
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner Soul Hackers - A Hack Job

    Developer: Atlus Publisher: Atlus Nintendo 3DS Exclusive Soul Hackers was a 1997 game in the MegaTen franchise released for the ill-fated Sega Saturn that never saw release outside of Japan. At long last, Atlus has released the game overseas with a port... More
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