Category Archives: Gaming Analysis

The Future of Gaming: MMOs and Mass Effect 3

So; a game and a genre. Mass Effect 3, a game that has made waves as a very story-driven RPG and one┬áthat has not stopped innovating ever since its first incarnation of Mass Effect in 2007. Mass Effect revolves around … Continue reading

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General Ramble

I’ve decided to sit down and write something. Hopefully, I’m not too much out of practice at this. This is going to be a bit of a ramble; a writing about many different topics. It is bound to be long … Continue reading

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Why Call of Duty: Black Ops Exists

Black Ops: Why Does it Exist? Call of Duty is a prime example of a tried and true recipe for success. It’s main attributes include an action filled campaign and a surprisingly addicting multiplayer. It has topped the charts numerous … Continue reading

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Medal of Honor 2010: Expectations, Changes in Gaming, and Call of Duty

Medal of Honor: Expectations Medal of Honor? MoH? Wuzzat? Well formerly, one of the most looked forward to games of twenty ten, now though? Well that, my friend, is a very difficult question. There is no doubt that games and … Continue reading

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