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TSG Literally Catching them All this Friday

The Speed Gamers are a group of gamers who are basically giving all of us a good name by doing what we all love most: Gaming. You see, The Speed Gamers deprive themselves of sleep and endures marathon runs in order to raise money for char...

 
 
 

Dwarf Fortress Diaries: The Land of Myth, Day 01

It was not my smartest decision. I had played Dwarf Fortress before, but all the promises of 'fun' had been dashed upon the rocks like a rose given as an insincere apology. Dwarf Fortress was not fun, but a confusing mess of micromanagement...

 
 
 

How to Make a Pokemon

I am not excited about the new Pokemon games. I can hear the cries of "Blasphemy" from over the hill, so I'll try and make this as brief as possible to avoid being pitchfork'd to death by the angry mob. Basically, I've been a fan of the fr...

 
 
 

GameFAQs asks the Question no one wants to...

GameFAQs means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Whether it's getting some help for a game your having trouble with, dealing with poorly-written twelve-year-olds complaints on the latest FPS for the Xbox 360, or just l...

 
 
 

MvC3's Sentinel Problem

Capcom has showed a lot of interest in the gaming community's opinion lately, especially with their Capcom Unity Website, where they take polls and input directly from the gaming community on actions they should take in development and stuf...

 
 
 

Walking the Line: Open-ended vs. Linear

We are in the age of open-ended gaming. This is the era where games like Final Fantasy XIII and Mafia II just aren't 'open-ended' enough, and games like Mass Effect 2 and Red Dead Redemption sit at the top of the charts until the next big ...

 
 

About TriggerOfHelone of us since 10:18 AM on 01.11.2011

Starting with the Gameboy, Matthew Lane has been playing games since before he could read; playing until his hands would literally sweat and he would have to wear socks on his hands.

Known for his ability to emulate 'turbo' button pressing without a turbo controller and that one time he won a Mortal Kombat tournament at that one sleepover when he was 11. His gameplay ability has also been recognized by independent game developer, Team Meat.



His other hobbies include acoustic guitar and tabletop gaming -- just not 4th Edition. Ugh.