Monthly Archives: May 2011

30 Days of Gaming – Day 11: Gaming system of choice

While this post could easily become about the console wars, it’s not going to. My console fanboyism went out the window when I got my first job and I bought an Xbox with my first paycheck, already having a Playstation … Continue reading

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30 Days of Gaming – Day 10: Best gameplay

Falling behind again. I’m so awesome! This one is a little tricky. There’s plenty of games where the gameplay is somewhat clunky, but many other aspects keep you coming back. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion wasn’t the most polished game … Continue reading

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30 Days of Gaming – Day 9: Saddest game scene

EarthBound for the SNES is one of the most up-beat games of all time. It’s a bit surprising that its sequel, Mother 3 for the Gameboy Advance, is one of the saddest. While it maintains the colorful visuals and the … Continue reading

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30 Days of Gaming – Day 8: Best soundtrack

I started writing this one yesterday, but got distracted and forgot to finish. Onward! Like my last entry, this is also a tough one. However, this one is tough for the the complete opposite reason; video games have some pretty … Continue reading

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30 Days of Gaming – Day 7: Favorite game couple

Oh hello there summer break! How are you? So, ignoring my hiatus: let’s blog! This is a tough one, and not because there are so many good choices out there. Most video game romances are awful. I could make it … Continue reading

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