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Redefining Infinite *SPOILERS*

I recently finished Bioshock Infinite Burial at Sea Episode 2, and so delighted was I at my achievement I wanted to go online and read other people's thoughts and views on what I thought was a great piece of cinematic gaming ...

 


The Top 5 Least Anticipated Games of 2013

Everyone loves the New Year. It’s a chance to let bygones be bygones, turn over a new leaf and tell the Mayans to go fuck themselves. 2013 is the year we shouldn’t have, the days that we didn’t count on. Well, at least these ...

 


What Ever Happened to Knuckles?

Sonic 3 for many stands as a beacon of 2d glory, a monument to not only SEGA’s blue blur but to the platformer genre as a whole. Expansive levels with multiple paths that lead to set piece scenarios and unforgettable finales,...

 


Pixel Grater has it's own site!

Dear Dtoid Community blogs, Well here I am back after quite a leave of absence, and with news for you about what I'm now doing. Some of you might recall that I'm the guy who wrote all those funny satirical posts about axed...

 


Blacking Out

It seems something of a contradiction to be surprised by the announcement of a new Call of Duty game, but I nevertheless found myself genuinely delighted by the Treyarch’s announcement of Black Ops 2, the sequel to the only C...

 






Bulletstorm is as Smart as No More Heroes

A swaggering, arrogant, childish shooter produced by Epic came out this year, but it wasn’t Bulletstorm. Gears of War 3 certainly fulfilled that quota, yet it was People Can Fly’s first title under the Epic banner that truly ...

 



About dunnaceone of us since 1:37 PM on 09.10.2008

Hello, I'm Lewis, I'm a lot like you, only I'm probably not.

I got into gaming as a child, when I was handed the portable version of crack cocaine, known colloquially as Tetris. I would spend hours trying to make blocks form lines so they would disappear never to return. At the age of 8 I had my first existential crisis as to what happens to blocks that disappear. My desire to avoid death has since made Wario Land 2 one of my favourite games of all time, as Wario was immortal and this stopped me questioning my own mortality. Pokemon too fitted into this realm of immortal beings where only fainting occurred after heavy amounts of electricity as opposed to permanent void dwelling.

After I graduated from the philosophical quandaries posed by hand held gaming I obtained a PS1 and fell in love with games like Spyro, Crash and Rayman 2, a game so deceptively fucking terrifying that I have reoccurring dreams about the giant spider. And the king of nightmares. And the robot pirates. I don't care what any of you say, Rayman 2 is NOT for children.

I have a deep love of humour in games, with some of my favourites being no More Heroes, Brutal Legend, Team Fortress 2, Portal and Super Mario Galaxy. Sometimes I like to play bad games too, such as Alone in the dark, which is as hilarious as it is depressing. I have aspirations to become a writer, comedian and maybe one day game designer, but such things are simply the wet dreams of a desperate teen. Odds are I'll end up working in an office chewing on pens longing to go home and half write a blog.
 
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