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  1. Destiny 2 Review -- The Empire Strikes Back

    There is no game that has consumed more of my playtime the past few years than Destiny (hereby referred to as Destiny 1). As someone who spent years playing Final Fantasy XI, the loot-based progression, the community, and the challenging end-game content appealed to me. And, as an ardent fan of the Halo franchise, the first-person shooter mechanics were second to none. Some days I would spend hours rerunning raids ...
  2. Horizon Zero Dawn Review -- Tribal Girl Versus Robot Dinosaurs

    The post-apocalyptic world has become a fairly common setting across various fictional mediums. Whether it is caused by biological weapons, nuclear war, artificial intelligence, or the growing and crushing spread of mega-corporations and garbage, there are countless narratives which tell the story of humans (or an adorable robot in that last case) trying to survive and rebuild after some world-ending cataclysm. ...
  3. Destiny 2 Beta -- How I Spent My Summer Vacation

    Destiny, the game some consider the record-holder for the 'World’s Longest Beta' is drawing to a close. With the September release of Destiny 2 approaching, Bungie offered players their first taste of this new and improved(?) take on Destiny with the Destiny 2 Open Beta -- a Beta for the game we have been beta testing for three years, if you will. As something of an ardent Destiny fan, I felt it was my civic duty ...
  4. Special Report: E3 2017

    Ah, E3. The time of year when gaming companies try to sell gamers on their future projects, the big three try to show why their minor differences make them better than the competition, and gamers argue about why these two companies failed in their press conferences, but this company that I coincidentally support had the greatest press conference I’ve ever seen, even though they were more or less the same. E3, ...
  5. On the Future

    How often do you think about the future? Are you the type of person who lives in the moment, or are you the type of person who needs to have a plan (and a series of backup plans for when the original plan inevitably fails)? If you fall into the latter camp, how far ahead into the future do you plan? Tomorrow? One week? A year? Ten years? The reason I ask this question is to posit another question -- how many ...
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