What Makes You Aim For 100% Game Completion?

Gamers are a strange group of people. Music collectors don't subject themselves to music they don't like for hours on end, just to be able to tell people that they did. Cinephiles don't watch dozens of hours of films they're not enjoying just to say that they've "gotten the full experience." But gamers? Dump a …

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WaterField Designs Console Case Appreciation Post

Note: the following is not a paid advertisement, and is merely an acknowledgement of a product that I fully recommend to protect your stuff! No affiliate links or anything - just good ol' talking about a thing I like. Love, Geddy One thing that unites us all as gamers is that we hate everyone who …

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Thoughts on Axiom Verge

If you were to ask what took so darn long to complete this game, I wouldn't really have a good answer for you! Released back in 2015 by one-man team consisting of developer Thomas Happ, Axiom Verge has been universally praised from everything to its aesthetic, to its storytelling, to its clear Super Metroid inspiration. …

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Thoughts and Favorites from the Nintendo Direct

Well, it came and went, as Nintendo managed to sneak a mini-direct out ninja-style at some crazy hour of the morning. In fact, when I received word that it had been streamed, I immediately dismissed it as yet another hoax due to the hour it "allegedly" streamed. Didn't I feel silly when I realized it …

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 34 Hours and 134 More Questions

Warning: Some light spoilers ahead but nothing story-centric. Ahh, Xenoblade Chronicles 2. I've already written how I've had some trouble getting started. At this point in time, I am about 34 hours into the game - although that is a bit of a guesstimate because the "docked mode save timer bug" struck me bad, adding insult …

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