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  • Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Review: Welcome To The Family, Son!

    Developer: Capcom Publisher: Capcom Resident Evil is a series synonymous with the survival horror genre. Resident Evil 1, 2 and 3 set the foundation with a fixed-camera perspective and tank controls as you explore an abandoned town teeming with undead... More
  • My Favorite Soundtracks to Study To

    It’s getting to be that time of the year again – the end of the school year. As I sit here with 3 weeks of classes left, my senioritis is as bad as it could be. Even without a lack of motivation, getting ready to write those final papers and... More
  • My Favorite Games: A Decade Long Retrospective Pt. 2

    [As Read on SNo2 .] As you may or may not have already read earlier last week, I’ve begun to write a few posts regarding my favorite games of each year roughly from the last decade give or take a few years. You can read part one if you have not... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 59 - Devil May Cry

    Hideki Kamiya's Devil May Cry released in 2001 for the PlayStation 2 and arguably changed the course of action games for years to come. In a very loose adaptation of Dante's Inferno, Devil May Cry stars a white-haired, pistol and sword-wielding... More
  • Everything Wrong with Ghost in the Shell

    As soon as I heard the anime that almost everyone knows was going to be a live-action movie, I was not excited. Yes, it was going to define whether or not the anime live-action movie genre was going to be a hit or a flop. To be honest I heard some pretty... More
  • The Games We Should've Had: Robotech/Macross

    Being a kid during the 80's, much of my childhood involved a profound obsession with giant robots, mechs, and things that transformed. Whether it was GoBots, Tranzor Z, or Transformers, those franchises fed the imaginations of an entire generation... More
  • One Man’s Thoughts: Day of the Tentacle Remastered

    In 2015, I played Broken Age. 2016, Grim Fandango. And continuing in this tradition of playing an adventure games from the mind of Tim Schafer and company every year, I decided to give Day of the Tentacle a go in 2017. Broken Age and Grim Fandango are... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 4/15/17

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! If this is your first time allow me to explain how this works. I will post a picture of a video game's cover art almost entirely blacked out. Each picture after that will slowly reveal more of the... More
  • A Growing Gamer: Of Willingness And Determination

    "The more one does something, the better one gets at it" right? Ever since my backlog cleaning from last year, I've been noticing something in my gaming which got me curious about how such process works. Thing is, my gaming expertise has... More
  • Comparing Breath of the Wild and Horizon Zero Dawn

    I haven't figured out how to tell how long I've been playing Zelda on my Switch, but I've been playing about 3-4 hours a day all week, sometimes five, and I think I've got a good handle on the world and what it's like. I feel like... More
  • Frank Rising - It Sucks!

    It's not often I'll say a game sucks. I'll complain about it, sure, and even nitpick at stuff too insignificant to even bother with, but not outright call something terrible. It's because I buy games that are good, or at least interesting... More
  • Pay Day 2 is an Uncomfortable Experience

    It’s easy to grow desensitized to violence in video games, which is why it’s equally fascinating and uncomfortable when a game makes you realize how bad your actions are. I’m writing this after having my first experience with Pay Day... More