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  1. BlueGartr Staff Picks - 2016


    As this year draws to a close, I imagine many of you can agree that it is good 2016 is finally over and are eagerly awaiting the fresh start that January 1st will bring. Still, for all its flaws and issues, 2016 was not without its standout games, and it wouldn’t be the end of the year if we didn’t take a moment to reflect on the year in gaming. As ever, I’ve asked the staff here at BlueGartr to think about ...
  2. Destiny: Rise of Iron Review

    As the summer wraps up and the weather starts to cool, we’re reminded that fall is here. There are certain things you can count on to coincide with the arrival of fall -- the leaves start to change, football season returns, pumpkin-flavored everything permeates everwhere, and gamers get to enjoy the annual release cycle for numerous major franchises. For me, this means it is time for the latest Destiny expansion, ...
  3. Granblue Fantasy Review -- AKA, the BlueGartr Guild Recruitment Drive!

    I had a strange revelation a few weeks ago. Actually, two strange revelations. One, I was about to spend a lot of time at airports and away from home. And two, as if wasn’t already, my gaming time was about to consist of a single, overwhelming, and emphatically suffocating entity -- Granblue Fantasy. This put me in a predicament. Do I write a review on a topic of interest (perhaps on rankings in gaming..), or ...
  4. On Challenges

    One lay fallen beneath the colossus, which was suspended a few feet in the air. In the corner of the arena, the five surviving challengers gathered, hunched over in fear and apprehension. They were weak, and after countless hours they were exhausted. Still, they knew this was their best chance. They had to try. The group charged forward, battling not just their mammoth opponent, but against a clock which ticked ...
  5. Person of Interest Review -- Or how I say goodbye to my favorite television show.

    This month saw the series finale of Person of Interest, the criminally underappreciated television series which combined a science-fiction spin with a typical police procedural, but remained rooted enough in reality to keep itself believable. Person of Interest ran for one-hundred-three episodes over five seasons, and was cerebral and intelligent, but also knew how to tell a personal story which often elicited powerful ...
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