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Talkin to Folks: IGF Interview Audio

So, I have been incredibly lucky to be able to attend GDC this year, and I made it my mission to get a quick interview with as many of the IGF attendees as possible. I was mostly successful, and ...   more

Talkin to Folks: IGF Interview Audio


Gaming with bigboss0110: It's certainly....different

Greetings, all!  The wonderful Mr. Dixon posed a question to the community about what it is like to "game with you," and I asked the very many voices inside my head what the answer to that quest...   more

Gaming with bigboss0110: It's certainly....different


New Super Mario Bros. U made me feel like I was nine, and that's awesome

Trying to find time to play videogames when working full-time hours is like me saying "no" to a lifetime supply of rainbow cookies: it borders on the impossible.  Friday night, however, was a di...   more

New Super Mario Bros. U made me feel like I was nine, and that's awesome


My Gaming Story: Falling in love with gaming over and over again

When I sat down to blog about when I started loving videogames, I had to stop, because that is literally the most impossible question to answer for a gamer.  Sure, maybe you can pinpoint a mome...   more

My Gaming Story: Falling in love with gaming over and over again


Violence: Nintendo has made me a cold, unfeeling, violent sociopath

As far back as I can remember into my childhood, videogames have always been violent murder simulators, training children to be efficient killers who have no ounce of compassion or regard for h...   more

Violence: Nintendo has made me a cold, unfeeling, violent sociopath


Yesterday I Bought a Game

Yesterday I bought a game, and it felt strange. For you see, I bought it on sale. BUT I did not just buy it on sale, I bought it with Steam Wallet money. BUT it wasn't just Steam Wallet money, i...   more

Yesterday I Bought a Game


Enter a World of Illusion and experience co-op play at its finest

I am assuming everybody has seen this and jizzed accordingly, as I did myself, because NNNGGGGGG. was and always will be one of the Genesis' finest platformers, and though I did not own it, ...   more

Enter a World of Illusion and experience co-op play at its finest


Horror Story: The mental scars left by Silent Hill 2; they never truly heal

It's 2001. I boot up my PS2 again, but I don't know why. I push myself to see this story through to its end; but the nightmares, they have already started. I can't go to sleep without having...   more

Horror Story: The mental scars left by Silent Hill 2; they never truly heal


Sex: Why is sexism so prevalent with zombie game advertisements?

I love me some zombies. I can't get enough; whether it be through television, movies, or video games, I am always ready to see me some undead get massacred by a variety of household objects, t...   more

Sex: Why is sexism so prevalent with zombie game advertisements?


Does X mark the spot in Mega Man X? Hell to the yes!

MOTHER OF GOD! Remember when I was talking about and how amazing it is? Take everything I said about it, multiply it by PURE NIRVANA, and you get , the first 16-bit Mega Man title. It is tr...   more

Does X mark the spot in Mega Man X?  Hell to the yes!


I Was Thinking: How Dark Souls could have an Easy mode

So I was thinking, with the recent announcement of Dark Souls 2, along with the statement from series director Hidetaka Miyazaki that he would like to make the game more accessible while maintain...   more

I Was Thinking: How Dark Souls could have an Easy mode


Mega Man 3 proves that yes, the third time is indeed the charm

Quick, what is the greatest game in existence? If you answered , congratulations, your opinion has been erased from the annals of human history and every hair on your ass is to be plucked vio...   more

Mega Man 3 proves that yes, the third time is indeed the charm


Rock Band: The game (or rather, experience) that keeps on giving

Back in 2007, I was getting pumped for a new game from Harmonix called . I had purchased and , and heard that Harmonix was going on to make a game that replicated a full band experience, leav...   more

Rock Band: The game (or rather, experience) that keeps on giving


Reminiscing about golden, Rarer days: An ode to my childhood heroes

I remember a time when I was a young boy, growing up with my SNES, and being truly amazed by the talents of a company I had never heard of before, Rareware. Rare's golden logo was stylish and ...   more

Reminiscing about golden, Rarer days: An ode to my childhood heroes


Couchbound Criticism: Self-Help Hotline

One of the things about video games as a hobby is that it is seen as a waste of time, similar to sitting and watching television or movies. In the minds of detractors, it is a sedentary activity ...   more

Couchbound Criticism: Self-Help Hotline


Going back in time with my teenage turtle friends

"You know, man, whenever you do a review, you are always doing Genesis games! I thought you loved the SNES, and yet you are always going on about ducks and opposums dressed in knight armor. Y...   more

Going back in time with my teenage turtle friends


2012: I got a fever for the rhythm and it's heavenly

The hardest part writing about my favorite gaming moment of 2012? Trying to remember what games came out in 2012. I am old and feeble and my memory is hazy, and I can barely remember what hap...   more

2012: I got a fever for the rhythm and it's heavenly


Try desperately to remember who you are in Flashback: The Quest for Identity

Ahhh, good old , one of my personal favorites from the 16-bit era. If you are wondering what kind of game is, it is like (or as it was originally called) except a bajillion times better; or...   more

Try desperately to remember who you are in Flashback: The Quest for Identity


Farewell, Nintendo Power, and thanks for the memories

Oh man, this is so hard. I know you are ending soon, old friend, and I am trying to find the right words to speak. Saying goodbye is never easy. As I reflect back to my childhood, I am remem...   more

Farewell, Nintendo Power, and thanks for the memories


To my best friend: I need my SNES back

I really, really miss my Super Nintendo. It is the greatest system ever invented. I was lucky enough to grow up in a loving home as an only child for ten years, so I had both a Genesis and a ...   more

To my best friend: I need my SNES back


Whatever happened to my sense of adventure?

I was playing through on my 3DS, sans walk-through, and made it to the end and defeated the final boss. I was happy I had vanquished evil, yet I was saddened when I saw I had not achieved 100...   more

Whatever happened to my sense of adventure?


Pure platforming bliss from a Rocket Knight

Remember back in 2010, when a little game called came out on the XBLA/PSN? Of course you don't, because it only sold 10 copies. I hate you people. In all seriousness, though, the game wasn'...   more

Pure platforming bliss from a Rocket Knight


The magic of local co-operative and competitive gameplay

I was watching my younger brother play on the 360 before, and I was a bit saddened. He seemed to be having fun, playing with a friend online, doing all sorts of ridiculous gestures while tryi...   more

The magic of local co-operative and competitive gameplay


Quackshot: a forgotten Genesis gem?

Quick, when someone asks you to name great games for the Sega Genesis, what is the first thing you say? ? ? ? Sure, everyone knows THOSE games, but what about t? "? What the hell is a ? ...   more

Quackshot: a forgotten Genesis gem?





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