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How I Met Peter Carrell And Joined The Development Process

First, may I say that I love WordPress? I’ve been on the site for over two years, but it’s only in my recent come-back to the blog that I’ve begun forming bonds with other people. I realized I just love … Continue reading

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Character Creation: Lynd the Arisen (Dragon’s Dogma) Part 1

I enjoy storytelling in video games, and I find people who don’t appreciate them or simply skip all cut scenes to be weird alien creatures who are possibly missing the point of video games. I love the story and lore … Continue reading

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Artsy Fartsy: Congrats to What’s Your Tag? For Two Years!

Congrats goes to the awesome folks at the blog What’s Your Tag?! The guys there are awesome, and their blog is everything I would want mine to be if I decided to keep trying to make Game Over You Suck … Continue reading

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Q&A With Indie Developer Evan Barmes

Gaming is one of the most single-handedly rapidly growing industries. This is an industry where a “generation” means around five years, and in that time, the previous become so obsolete that something from ten to fifteen years ago can seem … Continue reading

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Dark Souls 2 Review

Dark Souls 2 takes two steps forward, and one step back, but even then it’s moving forward for the series.     ((The following review was composed with a 1000 limit and represents an example of a review I would … Continue reading

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Delver’s Drop Q&A With Vision/Creative Director of Pixelscopic, Ryan Baker

A few days back I happened upon an interesting looking indie title call Delver’s Drop. It caught my because of its top down, hack in slash nature which was very reminiscent of the early games of the Zelda series such as Link to The Past and … Continue reading

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The Opening That Blew My Young Mind Forever

I love opening cutscenes in video games for various reasons. For one, it’s designed to be a hook to draw me into the video game, either with gameplay or setting the stage for the story. And secondly, normally the theme … Continue reading

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Analyzing Pirating Games

Hey, welcome back. You look beautiful. I pretty much spent the weekend doing homework and watching JonTron videos. If you haven’t checked him out, please do. But while watching his DinoCity video, I found myself overcome with a wave of … Continue reading

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Best Buy Claims Madden Will Now Feature Chain Kills, Pickpocketing, And Exciting Canoe Action

Something so great, I had to post: According to Best Buy’s website for Madden NFL 13 Bundle for the Vita, Madden will feature impressive features. I’m not normally a fan of football, or sports games for that matter, but new … Continue reading

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A Few Free To Play Games (And Why They’re So Great)

Let’s face it. You’re poor. I know, I know, those student loans aren’t going to pay themselves. I’m with you. I’m poor too. But thankfully there are some great free to play games out there that can hold you over … Continue reading

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