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Hitman Absolution: The Purist Issues

Hitman is a game for which until recently, I had never experienced. For good or bad, I started with Absolution. While this shouldn't be intended to be read as a review, as I haven't finish...   more

Hitman Absolution: The Purist Issues


Pedigrees and Respect: Why We Need To Get Along

Games will always fail, this is simply a fact of the universe and when they do, it's never pretty. There's nothing worse then seeing the smoldering rubble of a series we love after being butche...   more

Pedigrees and Respect: Why We Need To Get Along


A Random Assortment of Thoughts

How's it going Dtoid, I don't normally do much (if any) posts in the fashion of just sharing random thoughts on random things,, but after finishing Hotline Miami, and with so many things hav...   more

A Random Assortment of Thoughts


Framerate: Why You're Wrong

It may not be trending as much lately, but I for one have felt that for far too long, crimes about frame-rate have existed, and specifically in both the publishers side, the gamers side, and ev...   more

Framerate: Why You're Wrong


Steam Greenlight: Is Steam Playing with Fire?

As some of you may have noticed, although it largely seems to have gone under the radar for a deal of the month, Steam Greenlight is a thing, and it finally released, however is Greenlight tru...   more

Steam Greenlight: Is Steam Playing with Fire?


Whatever Happened to "Hard Mode"

While not everybody immediately buys a game, and decides to beat it on the hardest difficulty unlocked on their first and afterward second+ playthroughs, I do. Yet It's been coming to my attenti...   more

Whatever Happened to


Home From The Front!(+Words)

In case you've been wondering where I've been (I'm sure you haven't) but just in case, I've been on vacation backpacking in New Mexico for the last 14 days. Yet now that I am back I do happen to...   more

Home From The Front!(+Words)


Don't Enter The Basement: Current Thoughts on Lone Survivor(Currently Playing)

Let me just state, that the first thing I have to say so far about Lone Survivor, and having never actually played hands on any of the Silent Hill games it's so related to. It's a fantastic m...   more

Don't Enter The Basement: Current Thoughts on Lone Survivor(Currently Playing)


Halfway Save Syndrome: What's the reason?

It's probably no surprise with being finally getting off from classes and having the opportunity for enjoying the wonderful *painful* object known as the sun. That naturally everyone would be in...   more

Halfway Save Syndrome: What's the reason?


Get In the Garrysmod 13 BETA

Assuming most of you either know or don't know yet Garrysmod is having a beta for its next release. Consequentially you can get into this release by signing in to the following link through your ...   more

Get In the Garrysmod 13 BETA


PC, Valve, and Steam: Is digital retail forcing console's hand?

It's no question that console gaming and its policy choices have come under a great deal of flak lately. Yet what caused the inspiration for this post was the article by Jim Sterling, and what ...   more

PC, Valve, and Steam: Is digital retail forcing console's hand?


Phone Ramblings : Zelda Design (A 30 Min Post)

I'm still not sure if it was age or design scheme, but Skyward Sword was the first Zelda I never played. It looked good sure, I heard it was good, but when I saw video of the gameplay, I have t...   more

Phone Ramblings : Zelda Design (A 30 Min Post)


Ports and Multiplayer: A Singleplayer Perspective

It finally happened that console game (or PC) you didn't pick up because you play on PC (or console) finally arrived. The gracious gods of game development have answered your pleas and that gam...   more

Ports and Multiplayer: A Singleplayer Perspective


Quality Before Quantity

It's simply aggravating in this day and age that as far back as 2007, certain game companies had begun letting go on the silver mantle that once hid the ugly side of game development. However to...   more

Quality Before Quantity





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