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Let's talk about Ouya!

There comes a time where, as a consumer, I feel it's necessary to put up or shut up. Among gaming circles throughout the internet it's become a widely adopted philosophy to vote with your dollars...   more

Let's talk about Ouya!


For Your Re-Consideration: ObScure - The Aftermath

The original has become something of a cult classic amongst my fellow gamer friends. While the series has never enjoyed any sort of wide spread acclaim the first entry in this little known fr...   more

For Your Re-Consideration: ObScure - The Aftermath


It's Hunting Season! What does that mean again?

I have a few new blog posts that are still in the planning stages but Microsoft's Xbox One reveal made me decide to visit the community earlier than planned to get a feel for the public's general...   more

It's Hunting Season! What does that mean again?


For Your Re-Consideration: Sonic Unleashed

I wasn't planning on talking about another Sonic title so early in this series but since I've been playing again for the umpteenth time and I decided now would be the perfect time to talk abo...   more

For Your Re-Consideration: Sonic Unleashed


Nintendo, I solved your problem for you.

It is no secret to anybody that one of Nintendo's biggest problem with the Wii U currently is their marketing (or lack of marketing) for the device. By their own admission they've been unsuccessf...   more

Nintendo, I solved your problem for you.


Outsider's Perspective: Call of Duty Black Ops 2

has become something of a phenomenon in the Gaming industry. The series' is almost consistently winning awards, breaking sales records and being released to widespread and critical acclaim. Admi...   more

Outsider's Perspective: Call of Duty Black Ops 2


Wii need U: Nintendo's conspicuous absence

A few short weeks ago tragedy struck as my PS3 met the same fate my Xbox 360 did a year prior. The aging console (a model 1 80gb unit from 2008) that had been plagued with inexplicable freezing a...   more

Wii need U: Nintendo's conspicuous absence


For Your Re-Consideration: Ninja Gaiden 3

The series has become something of a hallmark in our industry for brutal difficulty. From the series' inception the franchise has always been remarkably unforgiving in just how much room fo...   more

For Your Re-Consideration: Ninja Gaiden 3


Outsider's Perspective: Street Fighter

The series is most famous for popularizing the one-on-one fighting game genre. The second entry in the series was so popular in fact that (with the help of it's rival Mortal Kombat) it spawn...   more

Outsider's Perspective: Street Fighter


Looking Back: EB Games

I remember a time when the local EB Games (or GameStop as it's more commonly known as in the States) was my favourite store in the city. When I was younger it would always be the first place I'...   more

Looking Back: EB Games


For Your Re-Consideration: Silent Hill Downpour

At the outset of 2012 Konami proclaimed that it was to be the year of Silent Hill. In fact, their press releases certainly seemed to back up their claims with the planned release of a multipla...   more

For Your Re-Consideration: Silent Hill Downpour


Looking Back: Wii hardly knew U

Out of all the game consoles to be released over the decades our medium has enjoyed a place in our homes few have managed to conjure up the same success, debate and controversy as Nintendo's Wi...   more

Looking Back: Wii hardly knew U


For Your Re-Consideration: Sonic 3D Blast

After the release of the Sega Saturn, gamers eagerly awaited Sonic the Hedgehog's debut on the new 32-bit platform. Afterall, Sonic is Sega's mascot and it may be hard to remember sometimes b...   more

For Your Re-Consideration: Sonic 3D Blast


Looking Back: The Seventh Generation's Greatest Contribution to the Medium

As this generation winds down and with the majority of it seemingly in our rearview mirror it's only natural to begin to look back. Afterall, hindsight has the distinct benefit of being 20/20 for...   more

Looking Back: The Seventh Generation's Greatest Contribution to the Medium





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