Category Archives: Third-Person

Dark Souls III

Dark Souls III I wrote two articles on the first Dark Souls game in 2012. I’ve become a better gamer and better writer since then, so I hope I can articulate why I enjoy this game. In this review, I … Continue reading

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Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance What’s with the name of this game? Revenge and vengeance mean the same thing, so why make a portmanteau that doesn’t carry any new significance? Kojima probably just thought it sounded cool. The Metal Gear Solid … Continue reading

Posted in Animu, Beat-Em-Up, Fantasy/Sci-Fi, Stealth, Third-Person, This isn't just a video game this is ART you wouldn't understand it you plebian filth, Video Gaming | 1 Comment

The 10 Best Retsupuraes

The 10 Best Retsupuraes In 2007, Something Awful Forums user Slowbeef created the “Let’s Play“, a video (or a series of images with text) in which someone plays a video game and comments for the enjoyment of others. The idea … Continue reading

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DmC – Devil May Cry (The Fifth Symphony)

DmC – Devil May Cry (The Fifth Symphony) DmC is the fifth game in the mostly-excellent Devil May Cry series. 1 and 3 are widely (and correctly) considered the best. I’ve never heard anyone say anything bad about Devil May … Continue reading

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Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers is a Thoroughly Entertaining Experience

Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers is a third-person action puzzle solving game, and an especially distinctive one at that. You use a laser to precisely cut through blocks to form stepping stones to get to … Continue reading

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