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Why Does E3 Have A Problem With Me?
Posted on Friday, August 17 2007 @ 18:54:55 Eastern

I do not understand why E3 chose to close its doors to the public in order to keep the focus on the games. If the games are truly the heart of the convention (which, they are), then the producers could have gotten rid of the glitz and glamor meant solely for the audience (i.e. booth babes) while still letting more of the public in. Even if E3 was never a fully public trade show, there are other (better) ways to place the attention on the games than removing every common person that plays them. For many gamers, E3 was a place to express their love for games, but instead of driving them towards a more mature convention, E3 shut them out. Slamming the doors on a healthy part of gaming culture - popular gaming culture - feels just as overboard as it would to ban all the cosplayers from Comicon because many feel they're immature. I'm sure many journalists feel better that getting through the floorroom is much easier, but there's a vacant feeling that can't be denied, a feeling that no amount of expedience can replace -- people.

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Bed and Breakfast (Poem)
Posted on Wednesday, August 15 2007 @ 16:28:18 Eastern

"Bed and Breakfast"

Snarling down, your beastly
robes. Cut your silky
spit. Frozen waffles,
raspberry slime, ravenous
juicy grit. Slurping
me slipped,
boiled, fried.
Punch-drunk buttermilk,
fulfilled.



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Picrossing
Posted on Tuesday, August 14 2007 @ 19:06:12 Eastern

Wrote A Review For GR... how can I not blog this?

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Chrono Skating?
Posted on Friday, August 10 2007 @ 21:31:48 Eastern

Being the "gaymer" that I am, I love two things: video games and figure skating. Ha! Unfortunately, these two fields hardly intersect. Aside from (I'm not kidding) Michelle Kwan's figures skating video game for the PC (which hardly got a...   read more...

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GameStop Coupon Code!
Posted on Thursday, August 9 2007 @ 09:44:18 Eastern

Once I got my diploma, I wanted to get out of college as fast as possible, not because I wanted to leave, but that I hate dorm traffic. Doesn't everybody? So, of course, in my rush of pushing the trolley up and down, up and down, I misplaced two g...   read more...

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Mario Part 8 (Review)
Posted on Friday, August 3 2007 @ 23:21:26 Eastern

Mario Party 8 is like Mario Party 7, which is like Mario Party 6, which is like Mario Party 5... 4... 3... 2... and 1. (HonestGamers.com Staff Review)...   read more...

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A Lively-Colored Response to RE5 Being Racist
Posted on Thursday, August 2 2007 @ 12:42:42 Eastern

- I played Resident Evil 6 today and all the zombies had red necks. Where\'s my blog?

- Perhaps the black zombies should have been The Color Purple.

- If a zombie is about to eat me, I think that my primary concern is not: "Th...   read more...

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Storyplay: Games As Artful Storytelling?
Posted on Sunday, July 29 2007 @ 05:33:41 Eastern

The definition of story is evolving - as games cannot be confined to the definitions of traditional storytelling, in which the differences between event (spectatorship) and experience (authorship) are distinct. Since games offer th...   read more...

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Digging Deep For A Bone (Review)
Posted on Friday, July 27 2007 @ 03:31:14 Eastern

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Wii) - HonestGamers.com Staff Review...   read more...

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The Second Sky: Prologue - The Rough Horizon
Posted on Sunday, July 22 2007 @ 04:52:07 Eastern

Disclaimer: Suikoden III is a trademarked property of Konami. I wish I was Konami, but I'm not. And I'm human, not a company. Let's keep it that way. However, I do own the original characters of this Suikoden III fanfic and my word phrasing. At le...   read more...

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