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7:22 PM on 09.09.2008

Roger Ebert Is Not Your Enemy

This is written in direct response to Chad's most recent article. Unfortunately, I seem completely unable to comment at all. So, I figured I'd spew my unpopular opinions on here instead. I see the 'turgid videogame anonymity...   read

6:02 AM on 08.02.2008

Eternity's Child - Spero Melior

I don't believe anyone actually thought seriously about the question: are these reviews unprofessional? Important to recognize what we expect from professional criticism. An honest opinion for starters and that's certainly th...   read

12:49 AM on 05.01.2008

Gaming's Guilty Pleasures: Sewer Shark!

Guilt doesn't even begin to describe how I feel knowing that I like this game. Guilt sounds like it's just a stain on my clothes, easily dispatched by the rinse cycle. This is shame, dark bile surrounding my soul. But I just ...   read

12:29 PM on 04.13.2008

Rock & Croal

Shame. Disgust. Loathing. I'm not talking to everybody here. Many have said really inspiring, introspective, true things in the wake of N'Gai's comments on the trailer at hand. Many who dissented, did so in rational, respectf...   read

10:50 PM on 02.26.2008

In Defense of (Potential) Video Game Movies

This is written in direct response to Jim Sterling's article: Why do videogame movies fail so much? In your mentioning of what film adds via adaptation to other forms of media, you neglect to say what it detracts. From a pla...   read

6:18 PM on 11.23.2007

A Gaming History Vol. 1-4: Carmen Sandiego

Where In The (Insert Milieu Here) Is Carmen Sandiego? These earlier halcyon days were spent playing video games that all tried to teach me something. Gorillas aimed to provide me with rudimentary artillery skills so I coul...   read

11:23 PM on 11.13.2007

Super Mario Galaxy, 5 Hours In Space

Truly, this is a game that could only take place in space. There exists, in the public subconscious, a kind of mythology behind space travel. These are the elements that make us watch a space shuttle launch in awe. The weight...   read

12:39 AM on 11.13.2007

A Gaming History Vol. 1-3: Red Storm Rising

Tom Clancy's Red Storm Rising Tom Clancy's book have often been accused of having shallow plots and a fetishistic love of all things techno and war-y. Thankfully, those same tendencies have no bearing whatsoever on the quali...   read

11:00 PM on 11.04.2007

A Gaming History Vol. 1-2: The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail So much has been said about this game by every asshat who does something like this except me, the ultimate asshat. I haven't said anything about it and I don't know what you've heard. I look upon it fondly b...   read

11:57 PM on 10.29.2007

A Gaming History Vol. 1-1: Gorillas

This is the beginning of a monumental project. I have now played video games since I was five years old. That adds up to 18 years of gaming tomorrow (my 23rd birthday), over three quarters of my life. And now I've decided to ...   read

5:36 PM on 10.20.2007

Televised Competitive Video Gaming? Yuck-city

This was really written many moons ago. And in the time since, the World Series of Video Games has been completely and utterly canceled. Not just on TV but even as a standalone entity. I was not one of the few people taken by...   read

11:11 PM on 10.13.2007

Sympathy For Master Chief

Spoiler Alert After the Halo is fired and the Flood wiped out hopefully forever, Master Chief finds himself adrift in space, lucky to be alive. His only companion, Cortana, informs him it could be years before they're found....   read

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