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  • Community Writing Challenge: Memorable Bosses

    When thinking of memorable bosses, both conventional and unconventional baddies come to mind. I think the term "boss" can be loosely applied to many characters in video games (and to people whose name you can't remember if you are "that... More
  • Tower of Guns Review: Guns Everywhere

    I've mentioned before that I'm not really into first -person shooters. It's not that I outright hate them, it's just that I cant really get into them \, or stay into them for very long. Part of it is because the first-person perspective... More
  • 52/52 Week 15- A Fire Emblem If Wishlist

    Not to be all hipster, but I enjoyed and loved Fire Emblem before Awakening released. I began the series with the Wii entry, Radiant Dawn, and ever since starting that journey, have been in love with this series. I have slowly expanded my collection of... More
  • Gunvolt for Smash!

    A little over a week ago, Nintendo announced via a Nintendo Direct that Smash players can now vote for characters they want to appear in the latest Super Smash Bros. installments. Many have already nominated a number of interesting choices for new challengers... More
  • Ranking the Mario Party Series

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    Hello everyone, and welcome to today’s blog. For today, I’ll be ranking the Mario Party series from my personal least favorite to my favorite. The Mario Party series is a guilty pleasure of mine, and it’s a series that I always enjoy... More
  • Ultimate Boss: Lord Braska's Final Aeon (A Personal Narrative)

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    Final Fantasy X is a particularly special game to me. It was a beginning and an end. It was the pinnacle of a franchise, but also signaled the swan song of that franchise. It was the pinnacle of an entire genre, but also signaled the swan song of that... More
  • Backlog Challenge- Valiant Hearts: The Great War

    Like many others, I crack jokes about Ubisoft’s homogenization of their AAA installments. Bland “open-worlds” better described as open-spaces with busy work, tower climbing, fortress liberation, and collectathons. You can find all of... More
  • Thanks for the Memories Player 1

    So today is national sibling day and I figured I would make this since I owe much of my love of games today to my siblings. I am the youngest in my family, when we used to play games I was one of those people that would always be player 2 for years of... More
  • Some Odd Things About Being A Kid With Divorced Parents

    My parents divorced around the time I was eight years old. There. I said it. Trust me, I'm not looking for sympathy here; just giving context. While many of my friends have also experienced what this is like, I've never failed to notice that people... More
  • In-Game Items Manifested Into Reality

    I am a huge admirer of art, and I tend to see it in many forms. I adore the collection of video game art books I have, and one of my favorite aspects of any game is the art style involved. When the atmosphere is rich, visual glory isn't far behind... More
  • The Best Podcast on the Citadel, Ep. 36

    It’s Friday (woo!), and the Best Podcast on the Citadel is here to gently guide you into the weekend with this week’s biggest stories in the world of gaming. Hosts Blake Anglin and Chris Mrkvicka dig into the games they have been playing lately... More
  • RIP, Paul Walker

    Every time that this Furious 7 TV spot comes on, my heart almost skips a beat (I am not exaggerating). Paul Walker wasn't the greatest actor, but for that franchise, I can't think of anyone who could do his role any better. RIP, man. You left... More