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So much more than war...
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Posted on 04/18/14
The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty  really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came to mind was Spec-Ops: The Line and although I haven’t played it, I began to wonder if it did the war genre as...

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Posted on Wednesday, May 31 2006 @ 05:23:23 Eastern

As you may of noticed, the GR Blog system does not support forumcode. So, no matter how many times you use stuff like [b] and [/b], your text will not bold. Instead, the GR blog system uses HTML code. HTML code is easily recognised by the pointy brackets that surround it (more commonly known as the greater than and less than signs.). Since I am building a web site at school, I will be learning HTML code, and will be able to share it with you. The first piece of code is the Horizontal Line. Produced with {hr}, except with the {} signs replaced with < and > consecutively, this produces a horizontal line across the page. This is useful for seperating your entries into managable pieces, and the line will always be the right length. PS: My next game review will be up shortly. It will be on Evil Genius for PC.

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Command & Conquer 3!
Posted on Friday, April 21 2006 @ 02:32:16 Eastern

Well, C&C3 has been confirmed. No doubt the 'official' GR staff are fainting with anticipation over the new title. I personally am hesitant as there is a new crew behind it, but as long as the old Kane is there, I'll be one happy general. No doubt I will be going renegade to get my hands on a copy, but I doubt I'll need to start a firestorm like last time. I can still remember the aftermath when the police launched their counter-strike against my series of covert operations. I'll be the one to get my revenge this time. Expect me to be hanging around near the game's zero hour. See what I did? I named all the C&C expansion packs!

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L4Y Staff
Posted on Sunday, April 16 2006 @ 02:56:27 Eastern

As of a couple of days ago, I became a staff member for Levels4You.com. The full title of my position is Review Manager for UT2004. This means that I read the user reviews for the many mods hosted on Levels4You, adjust them and put them up. I only adjust them so they can be read, though.

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Mother FAQker
Posted on Monday, February 27 2006 @ 23:45:46 Eastern

I see that GR has added a FAQ section. Good for them! Having these FAQs, combined with the PM system, will allow for much swifter feedback into errors, misspellings and other paranormal Internet phenomina. Now we can say how we broke that record/scor...   read more...

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Gaming Tunes
Posted on Tuesday, January 24 2006 @ 16:18:04 Eastern

Ever since the days of the first Suikoden (damn fine RPG that), I have become an adverse game music addict. I frequently download free game music off the internet for my own listening pleasure. This is not an ailment, but more an opinion. I listen to...   read more...

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Westwood Studios
Posted on Saturday, December 24 2005 @ 20:58:00 Eastern

I was just looking at my massive Command & Conquer collection. I have pretty much every title in the series and the Red Alert series, aside from Sole Survivor, Covert Ops and Retalliation. But, looking at them all reminds me of the terrible fate that...   read more...

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Spacefiller
Posted on Friday, December 9 2005 @ 01:28:38 Eastern

I felt like writing a blog, but I have nothing I'd like to say, rant or argue about that hasn't been already, so I'm just gonna write, and comment. JesseDarkin, I agree. Reviews should be written well. Little to no spelling errors, proper English ...   read more...

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Blogs
Posted on Saturday, December 3 2005 @ 12:14:53 Eastern

These blogs I reckon are getting kind of silly. If it's a blog on a GAMING website, then I think the blogs should be on GAMING. It just doesn't make sense otherwise....   read more...

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Australian Developers
Posted on Sunday, November 20 2005 @ 18:09:10 Eastern

Australian game developers have really come into their own recently. I can't remember many game by Australians, but the ones I do have been really freaking good. For instance, the Destroy All Humans! game was Australian, and look at how insanely f...   read more...

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GR & Trilogys
Posted on Thursday, November 17 2005 @ 22:12:35 Eastern

Have you noticed how GR don't seem to review the second game in trilogys often? For instance: Burnout 1: Reviewed Burnout 2: Not Reviewed Burnout 3: Reviewed It's even happened with Suikoden (PS1) and Unreal Tournament (PC). And where a...   read more...

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