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10 long-winded things you never cared to know about AceFlibble

I've been around for a long time now, but not too many people on here actually know that much about me. Since it's trendy at the moment, in no particular order... I passed up free pizza so I could play a video game for long...   more



"Here are some breasts" is not a good advert (let's get angry)

[Sorry, no pictures with funny captions, no well-planned structure. I wrote this as a stream-of-conscious rant, that I originally intended to merely be a 140-character angry Tweet but which spiralled out of control. Posting i...   more



gamescom 2011 or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Room 414

Monday the 15th of August 2011, roughly 6PM. I arrived at the home of Hollie Bennett and Daniel Seto with two large suitcases, packed but in no way prepared for the week that would follow. We were bound for Köln, Germany, to ...   more



Obviously unofficial review: Dead Or Alive: Dimensions (3DS)

Following the departure of their outspoken and infamous studio boss, Tomonobu Itagaki, many doubted whether Team Ninja were capable of producing any more worthwhile titles. The first outing with new team head Yosuke Hayashi...   more

Obviously unofficial review: Dead Or Alive: Dimensions (3DS)


When did it become unacceptable to enjoy videogames?

As I lazily flicked through gaming magazines from years past in front of tonight's Keeping Up with the Kardashians, I came to two realisations. The first was that I would pick Khloé over Kim or Kourtney. The second was that I...   more

When did it become unacceptable to enjoy videogames?


UK getting absurd internet policing; internet tax; new video game ratings (NVGR)

Last week, plans were announced for several new laws in Britain concerning file sharing and piracy on the internet. The details (or rather, the scary lack of details) have been picked apart this week and the potential reality...   more

UK getting absurd internet policing; internet tax; new video game ratings (NVGR)





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