Written by Dylan Cornelius Wednesday, 04 January 2012 12:00
On Christmas Day, 2011, a noble Khajiit by the name of Bokchoi Fluffywig became stranded on the island Japhet's Folly in the world of Skyrim. His crimes were none and his achievements were many. He was a master of one-handed weaponry, light armor, smithing, and sneaking. He had slain over 20 dragons. By Skyrim's "standards," he was close to being a level 50, a true master in the world at large. The quests he had finished and the places he had visited within Skyrim were too many to measure. Why, then, would a place like Japhet's Folly potentially be his final resting place? Why would such a small island conquer this still-brave warrior?
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 Erik Kubik, kube00 Sunday, 01 January 2012 06:00
Skyrim needs some DLC. Gamers know its coming sooner or later. Bethesda has been pretty mum on what they are going to do. There are a few rumors here and there, but for now it all seems like speculation.
Written by Craig Will (puffkix) Thursday, 15 December 2011 12:00
We’re all familiar with the stigma that licensed games have, especially the movie tie-ins. That’s not to say that there are no good licensed games. Rock Steady’s Batman games come to mind. But the majority of games that are pushed out to coincide with a movie premier often reek of an attempt at cash grabbing.
Written by Troy Benedict Thursday, 15 December 2011 06:00
Skyrim. It's been the cause of a lot of drama in my life.
Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating a little -- okay, I'm exaggerating a LOT! You see, I have this condition called "envy," maybe you've heard of it or know somebody who suffers from it as well.
You see, since the day that Skyrim hit retail shelves, I've been jealous and envious of everybody I know who owns it. "Oh it's the greatest thing in the world!" they boast! I hear about it at work, I hear about it online, I hear about it from my friends and family, I hear about it on all of my favorite video game podcasts, and my wife even heard a discussion about Skyrim between a group of kids when they were leaving church.
Everybody is talking about it and playing it.
Everybody but ME!
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.
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