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Polygonal Slant | December 17, 2017

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February 5, 2014 |

This article was originally posted on October 27, 2013 on

As the games industry continues to diversify, we see great strides in the further integration of individuals atypical to the average white male. Some of the best contributors to … Read More

Am I Crazy For Not Purchasing GTA V in Hopes of a Next Gen Version?

September 23, 2013 |

Grand Theft Auto V releases to the general public tomorrow, and after watching various reviews, I can’t help but be tempted to drop the sixty dollars and play to my heart’s content. Yet, the consumer in me, the one that … Read More

Why Can’t Link Be Black?

August 5, 2013 |

Just like James Bond, The Legend of Zelda is one of those timeless series that can be iterated on ad infinitum. Minus Skyfall, in the James Bond universe, every movie prior dealt with a different James Bond. Many theorize that … Read More

The Passing of Ryan Davis | How Gamers Cope with Loss

July 11, 2013 |

The Gaming Community is a Man Down | Remembering Ryan Davis

Last week, Giant Bomb’s Ryan Davis passed away. Many in the gaming community mourned the man who was said to be funny, quick, jovial, and an overall great guy. … Read More

The Symphony of the Goddesses Excited me for Wind Waker HD

July 3, 2013 |

Nintendo Partners with Jeron Moore to Bring Fans The Symphony of the Goddesses

As the heat wave continued to plaster the country with record highs, that didn’t stop scores of Zelda fans from filling the Long Center in Austin Texas … Read More

Microsoft and the Xbox One Could Still Have Kept Its Vision

June 26, 2013 |

Microsoft Doesn’t Have to Abandon Their Vision with the Xbox One.

Literally days after posting my article on how Sony and the Playstation 4 are choosing to preserve gaming culture, Microsoft decided to do a one-eighty reversing all of their … Read More

Sony and its Playstation 4 Chose Gaming Culture Over Profit

June 17, 2013 |

Sony | Protecting Gaming Culture

E3 has passed, and in its wake stances have been made. Clearly, each console manufacturer is taking a fundamentally different philosophical approach in dealing with games and its distribution. With Sony’s stance on used games, … Read More

Loving Video Games but Having no Time to Play Them

April 4, 2013 |

I don’t have time to write a proper introduction.

I wonder how many of my fellow brethren are in this situation. Games are unique, as opposed to movies or music, in that they require every bit of your sensory attention. … Read More