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  • Madden NFL: Celebrating 25 years of Touchdowns

    Madden NFL: Celebrating 25 years of Touchdowns

    As I was strolling through the Internet for things to do in NYC, I saw that there will an exhibition this Saturday. The exhibition will be held at the Museum of Moving Pictures. Yeah!!! You get to be surrounded by video games and culture. Best of both worlds have finally come together- at least until February 23. We all know that the Museum of Moving Pictures is completely obsessed with video games. Don’t believe me? Go to their website and […]

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  • Anime review: Fullmetal Alchemist

    Anime review: Fullmetal Alchemist

    At this point, there probably aren’t many anime fans who haven’t seen or at least heard of Fullmetal Alchemist in some form or another. However, for those of you who haven’t had the privilege, here’s the story, from the beginning. Fullmetal Alchemist is the first of two anime adaptions of the manga of the same name. It follows the story of a pair of alchemist brothers whose tragic childhood lead them into wild adventures including fights with alchemists and monsters […]

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  • Galaxy Glass: A Samsung Blunder or Creation of “Something Else”?

    Galaxy Glass: A Samsung Blunder or Creation of “Something Else”?

    It’s no secret that many dislike the Google Glass. They mock it saying that it is wasted technology and look like those power scanners we used to see on Dragon Ball Z. Yeah, that’s right. It’s over 9000! But the technology still continues to be used. Today we see that same idea being born into Korean tech supergiant, Samsung. That’s right. The same company that has thrown everything at you, including the kitchen sink (along with microwaves, fridges, dishwashers, ovens, […]

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  • Nintendo’s New Business Strategy

    Nintendo’s New Business Strategy

    Nintendo is a strange beast when it comes to success. On one hand they have the 3DS a massively successful device which has been selling well since its initial price drop. Then one the other hand there’s the Wii U which hasn’t been doing amazingly although it has held its own to at least some degree. Nintendo themselves have stated that they are disappointed with the success of the Wii U and have told the public that they have a […]

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  • Disney Diversity: Mental Illness

    Disney Diversity: Mental Illness

    With frozen in cinemas, it has received its fair amount of criticism from the internet. With it being so loosely based on ‘the Snow Queen’, people are asking how is it really an adaptation, especially after losing all the strong female characters that the story had and seeming to replace them with male characters instead. It seems to some that Disney has a lot to answer for. But with one of its main characters having serious depression and anxiety, it seems […]

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  • PS4 Rumored To Include PS1,PS2 Emulation. Is It Enough?

    PS4 Rumored To Include PS1,PS2 Emulation. Is It Enough?

    The biggest question for every new console remains the same. Can I still play my old games on the new system? The question was asked about the PS2, PS3, and the Xbox360. For the PS2 and PS3 answered with a resounding yes, while the 360 stood in the corner playing Gears of War 2 for the 350th time. Eventually native backwards compatibility was phased out of later PS3 models. With this latest generation of consoles, none of the latest iterations […]

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  • Most Anticipated Video Games of 2014

    Most Anticipated Video Games of 2014

    As the year changes, so does the list of anticipated games. Music lovers have the Grammys. Movie lovers have the Oscars. TV lovers have their Emmys. But, Gamers we have something just as great! We have the list of video games to watch out for. Finally, something we can be excited about. So, without further ado, here are the list of the most anticipated video games of 2014. Destiny: Developed by the one and only Bungie. The release date is […]

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  • Can a Game With Poor Gameplay be Saved by a Good Story?

    Can a Game With Poor Gameplay be Saved by a Good Story?

    Video games are a pretty unique medium when it comes to story telling. They can provide an experience that other mediums cannot ever hope to imitate. Immersion in a movie is one thing and is often very difficult to achieve but with a video game one can often find themselves lost within a game’s universe or enthralled by the story being told.  Then there’s the level of choice and with it, consequence that video games provide, the only other medium […]

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