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Life Is Strange - A Much Needed Change

Eh eh? See what I did with the title?? PURE GENIUS wouldn’t you agree?

Hehe… well horrifically bad jokes deserving of a hanging aside… I’ve been meaning to write a post about DontNod’s Life Is Strange. 1,754 more words

The Top 10 Games of 2014

If you were to ask even the most casual gamer for their thoughts on the video game offerings of 2014, you would get a mixture of disappointment, surprise, and genuine optimism for the future. 1,540 more words

Video Games

Day 240: 2014 Game of the Year - Alien Isolation

Good evening everyone.  Today is my birthday.  In recent news, IE the damn near two months since I last posted, the girl I was going to purpose to me left me, I started uploading Let’s Plays to youtube (youtube.com/geekin91) and I have had a lot of time to come to terms with who or what I am.   505 more words



Have you ever ever run into the existential question “Why isn’t there a game that makes me feel complete? That gives my life purpose? That lets me rek nups and pwn scrubs?” 516 more words


Shadow of Mordor takes Game of the Year at GDC 2015

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is a role-playing game inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, crowned Game of the Year at the Game Developers Choice Awards Game of the Year. 115 more words

Linux Game News

IGN: right-o-way or just wrong

IGN (formerly the Imagine Games Network) knows what it is and doesn’t stray from it. It has been around for a while and has done information digging, snooping, and general finding of information about television, comics, and film. 333 more words


Game of the Year 2014

  1. Banner Saga

Stunningly beautiful visually and aurally, a fantastically grim (but not hopeless) plot and setting, and a fun and surprisingly deep combat system combined with a people management sim where good intentions count for nothing (except when they do) and you can’t save everyone no matter how you try (sometimes, you manage to save no one at all).  1,311 more words