Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Sunday, 15 January 2012 06:00
There is no shortage of big gaming sites on the internet; from your Kotakus to your Destructoids, they all have high respectability, big advertisers, and talented writers. So why even bother with small-time sites like GoozerNation? Because these are the opinions and experiences that matter to the average gamer.
Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Sunday, 01 January 2012 12:00
I recently purchased a brand-new copy of Splash Damage's Brink (I had traded out my previous copy on Goozex). The price? Five American dollars. For a game not even 7 months old. So what is the story with this game's rapid plummet into the bargain bin?
Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Wednesday, 14 December 2011 16:40
Spyro the Dragon's 3 PSOne classics are currently available free to PlayStation Plus members. I played through the first game for nostalgia's sake and found, despite their age, there is some worthwhile gameplay to be had here.
Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Tuesday, 13 December 2011 06:00
A B-movie is typically one designated by poor production value, cheesy acting, and a poor (or sometimes non-existent) story. When things align just right, B-movies can be very enjoyable, provided you can look past their shortcomings. GoozerNation member Brock takes a look at the possibility of a "B-game."
Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Sunday, 04 December 2011 12:00
Do you have games you go out of your way to play through every year? Brock Poulsen takes a look at this concept and comes up with some criteria for choosing your game, and some suggestions for games with which to spend some quality time.
Written by Brock Poulsen, brockst4r Sunday, 27 November 2011 06:00
In honor of the PS3's 5th birthday last week, I started thinking about my experiences with the console. I purchased a PS3 at a discount from a Cicuit City about a year and a half after its launch, and it's been the entertainment center of our household since, from games to DVDS and Blu-Rays to streaming movies over the Internet. The PS3's past has been spotty, but its future is bright.
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