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handsome, amazing, athletic, charasmatic, down right awesome. And I love puppies <3
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A Promising Preview: Okamiden

by Lightsout on 24-06-10 at 11:08

Every once in a while a game comes along that makes you sit up and say “wow, that looks really fun”. Most of the time these end up sucking. However, one game like that was not a disappointment for me and that game was Okami. Okami for me was like playing a really special Zelda game, and for those of you who missed it, lemme break it down real quick. Okami takes place in medieval Japan (big surprise

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Can't We All Just Get Along?

by Lightsout on 22-06-10 at 09:54
This is a rant, so I'm sorry ahead of time but this is a topic that has been on my mind for literally years. It has to do with a specific game of a certain genre and the seemingly endless dispute of it's legitimacy among the generations of disgruntled gamers and patrons of it's parodied art. It's an argument with sides that are so separated by personal pride that neither side is willing to accept the the others position and therefore continuing a rivalry whose only purpose is to destroy the others

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Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: A promising preview

by Lightsout on 19-06-10 at 11:24
I love fighting games, yeah I said it. I love games where the only objective is to beat the other person into the ground in a simulated street fight of sorts. Well, that’s the nice way to put it. What usually ends up happening is a friend and I mash on buttons and shout obscenities at each other until someone’s health bar falls below zero and the other one laughs in a proud triumph (The alternate ending to the scenario actually also includes having one less friend at the end). But putting all

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The Evolution of Emulation

by Lightsout on 17-06-10 at 10:41
With E3 this week and seeing whats in store for the future, my mind starts drifting to the question "but how will we conserve the past"? I'm a very grass roots kind of guy and I believe you can't know where you're going until you see where you've been. The retro era of video games, as well as the last decade, are all a part of our gaming history and it would be a shame to have our kids growing up not know what Pac-man was or even that the NES was something that changed how people played video games

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