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Suda 51's Cult Classic Killer7 Will Be Out On PC

Goichi Suda, or Suda 51, is yet another fine example of an auteur game director. He is known for the No More Heroes series, Lollipop Chainsaw, and the severely underrated Shadows of the Damned. 150 more words


No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

Its vibrant and unique personality transcends its limited gameplay and powers the game onto greatness

In a way, designing a game, like building pretty much anything from the ground up, comes down to doing a lot of little things right – or wrong – and then finding a way to integrate them nicely – or poorly – to form a single glorious – or disastrous – package. 1,292 more words


Game Review: No More Heroes

In case you didn’t know, I’m kinda, sorta, maybe, somewhat, little bit of a geek. Yes, back before every IP had a billion dollar universe and Comic Con was actually about comics(Dana Gould’s joke, not mine), Being a nerd was a stereotype. 1,183 more words

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Jumping the Soapbox: Games of 2017 (Part 1)

I tend to play a lot of video games whenever I’m procrastinating on whatever movie review I desperately need to get finished, or whenever I need to settle the existential panic of the world collapsing around us in some horrifying slow motion train wreck that many of us have been cheering on for terrible reasons and everyone else is trying desperately to prevent.  2,884 more words

Jumping The Soapbox

Killer7: Confusing, Horrifying, and Masterful

I might as well try to get this post up by Halloween because this is the months of spooks and such, but to be honest the month has turned more into slutty outfits galore, but I digress. 1,637 more words

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Flower, Sun, and Rain: The Anti-Game?

I have been meaning to do this for sometime. Now with the actual reveal of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, it is time to really kick myself into gear. 1,348 more words

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Trailer Rewind

Though not different in terms of variety from previous consoles it followed, The Wii’s library was and is beyond exceptional. For those that came for the plumber, Super Mario Galaxy was filled with beautiful sights across the universe wrought for our imaginations. 629 more words