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Mar 29 // The Scholarly Gamer

New Opportunities Thanks to Old Friends.

When 9 and 9 meet 9 Hello my fantastic friends. I have had the most interesting and life-filled week ever, and felt that I needed to touch base and share some of it with you all, because if anyone would appreciate it, it...
Mar 23 // The Scholarly Gamer

The Friendly Gaming Master List - Round 2!

Round 2. FRIENDS! Dear Destructoid Community, Back by popular demand, here is the second iteration of the Friendly Gaming Master List! I've had a handful of people message me in the past little while about the list and u...
Mar 18 // The Scholarly Gamer

Birthday Games! =D

Happy Birthday Mr. Smithers Yupp yupp yupp! It was my birthday on Friday, March 13th and as of yesterday, I've been able to reap some of the spoils of being old...er. My fiancee and I came to the conclusion that 27 is st...
Mar 07 // The Scholarly Gamer

Band of Bloggers: The Wasteland Recap

Stories From The Apocalypse We made it! It was a gruelling month, but we fought hard against all odds, and we made it through. We battled giant irradiated albino scorpions and Chinese cyborg ninjas, Tanked our way throug...
Mar 05 // The Scholarly Gamer

Sick & Tired of Being Sick & Tired.

It's Not You, It's Me.  Bleh. That pretty much sums up the past couple weeks of my life. Well, actually since about January, but the last two weeks have definitely been exceptionally "Bleh". So I just wanted to...
Feb 26 // The Scholarly Gamer

My Top 9(ish) Nutcrackers

Я Люблю Вас Всех So I'm a bit late getting to this blog, but between discussing ISIS and wrapping up this month's Band of Bloggers, it's been ...
Feb 25 // The Scholarly Gamer

Band of Bloggers: Can the Wasteland Corrupt?

Not Bloody Likely.  Frigging finally. I have been trying to write this blog for the past week and everytime that I have sat down to put...er...fingers to keys, something has needed to be done or sporadically popped ...
Feb 20 // The Scholarly Gamer

TSG debates International Relations and Gaming on Dtoid...with himself.

(Warning, while not graphic some images may be disturbing)  2 blogs in 2 days. Look at me go, I'm on a roll again! This is going to be a short long one as well, but I had some stuff I wanted to get off my chest...
Feb 19 // The Scholarly Gamer

Band of Bloggers March Ideas & February Reminders

Stories from the Apocalypse Hello friends! We hope that you are all having a blast crafting your own apocalyptic stories in Fallout 3 & New Vegas! As the month is coming to a close, we just wanted to take a mome...
Feb 08 // The Scholarly Gamer

Oh yeah, and I'm working on a Vidja Gamez rap

It was this or writing my thesis... Before you judge me for dropping a second blog in just over an hour, I have one question to pose for you. Would you like to write my thesis? No? Let's move on then, shall we. :) As man...
Feb 02 // The Scholarly Gamer

Actually, Dying Light IS that good.

I haven't written anything about a specific game in a while, so I wanted to take a few minutes today to tell you why Dying Light is actually a fantastic zombie game, and what many of us have been looking for in a first p...
Jan 24 // The Scholarly Gamer

Community Event: Band of Bloggers

Those Who Slay Together, Stay Together.  Recently Fenriff, Dreamweaver and I were talking and discussing how hard it was to get people to play specific games, whether or not this was on a Friday Night Fights or...
Jan 15 // The Scholarly Gamer

Cause I'm Out Here Grindin'

I ain't slept in 8 days,I could go for 8 weeks,Ain't nothing to me,Cause I am the streets. All I want is my paper, I don't care what they say.  Well, now that we have that out of the way, I'm here to drop some analy...
Dec 29 // The Scholarly Gamer

How’s Aboot a 2014 GOaTY List, eh?

It’s aboot der time den bucks. In Canada we don’t believe in spelling out acronyms, so from here on out, I will be pronouncing it as Goaty. I lamented for days about how I was going to write my Goaty blog, as...
Dec 24 // The Scholarly Gamer

Happy Festivus!

From closer to the North Pole than any of you suckers. I really shouldn’t write this blog, because I’m only 1/3 way through writing my 2014 blog, but seeing all the Christmas posts today has put me in such a ...
Dec 19 // The Scholarly Gamer

The World Sleeps

And Thus There Is No Work For Me Sitting in my cubicle at work right now, and feeling deathly bored. Coming towards the end of my contract, I’ve done a fairly good job at keeping up with all of my work so I don&rsq...
Dec 09 // The Scholarly Gamer

Guess Who’s Back, Back Again…

Scholar’s back. Missed his friends. This blog post will sort of be like the soft opening of a new club. You know that the real party is coming soon, but the soft opening prepares you for what to expect, gets you re...
Oct 20 // The Scholarly Gamer

Play With Me

I swear I had something for this... This past weekend, I had the pleasure of gaming for several hours with a fellow Dtoider, and I have to say, it was one of my best gaming experiences in a while now.  It really mak...
Oct 14 // The Scholarly Gamer

Happy Thanksgaming!

Man I'm Punny.  Now, I know you are all probably already looking at this c-blog thinking I am crazy, but up here in the Great White North, we celebrate our Thanksgiving during early October. I’d get into the s...
Sep 10 // The Scholarly Gamer

I miss you all already!

You probably haven't noticed, (although I sure have) but I have been away from the Dtoid community for almost 3 weeks now.  I just wanted to take a few minutes to tell you all that I already miss you more than some ...
Aug 25 // The Scholarly Gamer

One Xbox Fanboy's expedition into PS4.

or: How I Learned to Stop Bitching and Play Everything....   And he was never heard from again. I did it. It may seem hard for a lot of you to believe, especially with all of my vehement arguing for Microsoft a...
Aug 20 // The Scholarly Gamer

Slump Central, CAN. Population: Me.

Haven't really written anything in a while, either here, or on my thesis.  And actually generally speaking, I haven't done too much productive in the last little while either.  I think this may turn into a rant.  Here's me pr...
Jul 25 // The Scholarly Gamer

We Need You! "IRL News" Starting Soon!

Hey Dtoiders! TSG here to discuss a new project that myself and a couple others have been talking about recently!  The main point of this blog is to receive your input! After posting some "real" news last week, I was approa...
Jul 17 // The Scholarly Gamer

The World We Live In (Mostly NVGR)

And the World We Want. This isn't going to be one of my regular blog posts, or even that extensive of one, but I just wanted to briefly touch base on a couple things.  As you may know, I am a historian/political scientist, an...
Jul 02 // The Scholarly Gamer

All About The Scholarly Gamer...

...And probably more you didn't need to know. This guy doesn't look so scholarly. So I plan on becoming some sort of staple around here, or at least someone for all of you to vehemently argue against, so I figured I would gi...
Jun 26 // The Scholarly Gamer

In Defense of Ubisoft

Because apparently they aren't going to do it.  There has been a lot of Ubisoft hate going around the internet lately, related to their choice of protagonist in Far Cry 4, as well as the lack of inclusion of a female assassin...
Jun 19 // The Scholarly Gamer

First Impressions, after a week on Destructoid

I am not entirely sure where to start this.  It's been fun writing in a community instead of just for my Facebook friends and Twitter followers, but I have found there to be several issues, at least for me, and I wanted to ta...
Jun 18 // The Scholarly Gamer

Jeez Louise Nazis!

Just finished playing Wolfenstein: The New Order recently, and was nothing but fully impressed with the game.  It was an amazing revamp of the series, and a great combination of action, stealth, and Nazi-killing goodness.   ...
Jun 17 // The Scholarly Gamer

Ubisoft has stepped it up, but can players learn to work together?

I am sure by now that most of you have seen the trailer for Rainbow Six: Siege, and if not, for the love of all that is great in video gaming please go check it out. (Rainbow Six: Siege Multiplayer in Action) While watching...
Jun 12 // The Scholarly Gamer

Enemy Front Falls Behind (See what I did there? =D)

None of you know my writing style and general opinions on games yet, so let me just start by saying that most often I am the type of person that can find the little things that make a game great; I am the "Here-are-the-reason...

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