Monthly Archives: September 2010

Delve Deeper: Review

Just One More Turn… During the first World War, teams of men would dig extensive networks of tunnels under battle fields to attack the enemy lines from below. Sometimes, groups of tunnelers from opposing sides would run into each other … Continue reading

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The Sims 3: Barnacle Bay Review

Laid Back Simin’ Barnacle Bay is the first “world” offered on the Sims 3 online store since Riverview, which mean your Sims now have a whole new town in which to settle, explore, and get into trouble. Barnacle Bay is … Continue reading

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The Longest Journey: Review

An Adventure Game for Grown-Ups     It is always with hesitancy and great trepidation that I start an adventure game. On the one hand, I know there is a good chance I will find good story-telling, character development, and … Continue reading

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Violent Acts Per Hour

Similar to my recent post entitled Romes Other Option, this was a paper I wrote for a freshman level collage class. Where as the last one was for a history class and thus dealt with historic content, this paper was … Continue reading

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Good Old Games

I don’t think they were ready for the rush I’ve blown most of my day thus far checking out the new gog.com. Me and every PC gamer out there it seems. The site launch was apparently delayed due to the … Continue reading

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Good Old Games Coming Back

Publicity Stunt/Scare Coming to an End Last week Good Old Games.com (GOG.com) shut down its site unexpectedly with a cryptic message that could be interpreted as either bankruptcy or a very silly publicity stunt. Thankfully, it was the second one, … Continue reading

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Rome’s Other Options

An Alternative History of the Rise of Rome This was a paper I wrote for a class dealing with the causes of war. It was meant to explore wars throughout history, and attempt to understand what leads to war. For … Continue reading

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