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  • 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
  • What it's like to run a Kickstarter campaign.

    24 days ago I had a dream. But even before that, the momentum was building towards this. Months before I had an urge to put out an ebook of some kind and switch career tracks to knowledge based work. I longed to do something more meaningful with my life... More
  • The Story of Jeremy: Part Four

    A book, book of legends, open, laying on his lap as his child lays on his tattered bed. He looks at him with a smile as he looks at this book. "The Tale of the Lost City" it was called, a small old legend of a naive king. "Do you what books... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 56 - Mass Effect

    It is easy to forget that BioWare took a bold risk when they launched their untested, original IP as an Xbox 360 exclusive back in 2007. The RPG genre had never truly veered into uncharted territory with a mainstream release as with a third-person shooter... More
  • 31/31 Day 19--The Best Thing Happening to the Sports Genre

    Growing up, Tony Hawk’s Underground was my favorite of the series. It built on the mechanics that made the Tony Hawk name synonymous with great games and gave it a narrative. Underground took the idea that a game doesn’t have to be just mechanics... More
  • Gaming March Madness Round 2

    [As Originally Read on SNo2 .] A few days ago, I posted the first round of my ‘gaming march madness’ bracket shenanigans. Today I come bearing updates for the now completed first round and insight as to how this whole thing will be conducted... More