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  • Community Writing Challenge: Useful Gaming Treatments

    Getting sick is always bad, regardless such situation can serve as a perfect excuse to miss school or work. However, we gamers, and just like everyone find sickness a bit of lagging when it comes to continuing doing this hobby of ours. Our strength may... More
  • 31/31 Day 21-- Writing for Myself vs. Writing for a Publication

    In some form or another I’ve been writing about games for roughly seven years. Beginning in my senior year of high school for the school paper, I started taking an interest in journalism. The first piece I wrote was a review for the Awakening expansion... More
  • Gaming March Madness Round 3

    [As Read on SNo2 .] Not so long ago, I posted an update to my ‘gaming bracket’ of March Madness-style games. Today I come bearing more updates to the bracket just a couple of days before actual March Madness play resumes. It’s been interesting... More
  • [Review] Poi - Platforming Along Nostalgia

    Poi – Honoring Mario 64 Poi is the name of the world where the game takes place, although it seems more a like a universe full of planets and small floating islands, is very colorful and there are fun things to discover by doing jumps and pirouettes... More
  • [Acceso Anticipado] Streets of Rogue

    Streets of Rogue - Libre albedrío rogue-lite Para empezar queremos comentar (sin ánimos de echarle miel) que Streets of Rogue es uno de los juegos indie de Acceso Anticipado más divertidos que hemos probado. Tiene tanto, pero tanto... More
  • Fun Online Games to Pass The Time at Home

    For many folks, heading out on the weekend is one of the biggest budgetary black holes that they have. The cost of pre-drinks, cabs, cover charge, drinks at the club, and post-bar food can easily soar north of $100 for the average person. While we aren't... More
  • 31/31 Day 20-- Breath of the Wild is Anime

    Now hear me out. Yes, anime is a broad word to be slinging about in such a fashion. Yes, Breath of the Wild isn’t overtly anime as much as it is simply Japanese. However I can’t shake the feeling it has a ton in common with a few anime in... More
  • Marvel's Iron Fist Review

    [As Read on SNo2 .] It’s no secret that I have a healthy amount of respect for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in both its silver screen and small screen iterations and adaptations. The films do the things that they do right and the grittier... More
  • Hyrule Battle Royale: Who is the Greatest Link of Them All?

    Making sense of the official Legend of Zelda timeline has become so confusing that it seems Nintendo themselves completely abandoned it in Breath of the Wild, instead focusing on delivering a fun experience that called back to all the game's predecessors... More
  • Overwatch and a Rekindling of Childlike Wonder for Video Games

    Overwatch and a Rekindling of Childlike Wonder for Video Games Now lets be honest, no one really needs more blogs or praise in general saying what a great game Overwatch is. People who play Overwatch can and already have appreciated the sentiment, and... More
  • [Análisis] Brave Furries – Rompecabezas Peludos

    Brave Furries – Al Rescate de la Princesa Brave Furries es un juego casual de rompecabezas cortos. Sus protagonistas son los Furries, unas criaturas pequeñas y peludas que se ven super divertidas. Su jugabilidad trata sobre resolver puzzles... More
  • Glitch Recon Wildlands

    Ubisoft games are the kind I'd usually buy at a discount. I haven't paid full price for a Ubisoft title in years, mostly because their games really aren't that different from each other. I still felt the same grueling slog in Syndicate as... More
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