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The Newspaper Chronicles II: Connecticut & Video Games

I wrote another article for my high school newspaper about a week ago. I shortly bring up my opinion on all the video game blame. Check it! Also check it out on my Wordpress with the rest of my writing crap! http://lionslivin...   more

The Newspaper Chronicles II: Connecticut & Video Games


Review: Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Paper Mario is a series that gained praise for standing out among other RPGís as a more welcoming and cheery game when compared to the Final Fantasys and other Square/Enix properties. Its humor was something many of these gam...   more

Review: Paper Mario: Sticker Star


The Newspaper Chronicles I: Art

Most high school newspapers tend to be about school events, worldwide news, politics, or any other average jazz, but since I joined, I decided to change it up a little. Throughout the next two years of my high school career I...   more

The Newspaper Chronicles I: Art


First Impressions: Skullgirls and Journey

Today I decided to head down to the local 7-11 and pick up a couple of PSN Cards so I could DIGITALLY DOWNLOAD the new 2D fighter Skullgirls and Journey. I made some time in my spring break schedule to spend all day gaming an...   more

First Impressions: Skullgirls and Journey


Beginnings: Platforming the Playground

I was born in 1996 during the beginning of the Nintendo 64ís life. As I slowly grew just old enough to play video games I didnít just have an N64, but also an NES, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy Color. I was already surrounded by...   more

Beginnings: Platforming the Playground


Review: Sonic Generations (PS3)

Review: Sonic Generations (PS3) After every Sonic fanís whining and complaining, Sega finally decided to take the best approach to creating a game celebrating Sonicís 20th anniversary, a simple but fun and exciting mix betw...   more

Review: Sonic Generations (PS3)





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