4 Jun

Yeah I’ve been slacking! Between the new Old Spice Ladder that was put up on Gamebattles and the continuing annoyance of everyday work it’s difficult to manage the blog. Continue reading


Community, community, community

28 May

As a competitive gamer you always go where the competition is at. Halo is so popular because it has a robust community that will outlast generation, the same can be said for games like Counter Strike and Call of Duty. So when I say community is the driving force behind why a game is successful at a competitive level I mean it. When MLG first put Rainbow Six: Vegas and Gears of War on the Pro Circuit I will never forget the backlash that the Gears community had when Rainbow Six was announced first over Gears of War. Continue reading

Writers block

27 May

So big surprise here, I have writers block! Nothing sucks more than having this. When I wrote my Videogame Reviewers are bad at playing games” article I had a clear and concise argument to make. In fact I felt that it was so good that I still stand by what I said with full confidence and no one has yet to prove me wrong. Continue reading

Blur ladder is up on

26 May

Sorry for all the Blur news but for those of you looking to put your driving skills to the test join the ladder for Blur! Continue reading

Editorial: Videogame reviewers are bad at actually playing games

25 May


Videogame reviewers are bad at actually playing games. Case in point is Shadowrun. On Metacritic it has a 66 overall rating and of course some of the big boys in game reviews are at the bottom penalizing the game for being a $60 MP only game. Did they go over the weapon/magic/tech balance that FASA poured their heart and soul into? No, they simply said:

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Blur: Impressions

25 May


Earlier yesterday I posted a small article about Blur and how I was anticipating the game and yada yada yada. Let me tell you something:

Blur is something special. Continue reading


24 May

I’m really excited because today is the day I pick up a copy of Blur! The new powered-up racing game from Bizarre Creations (the makers of Project Gotham Racing) looks to be an exciting and even competitive (gasp!) racer filled with unique and interesting ways to take out your opponents and even assist your teammates in the process!

Honestly when I managed to get a hold of the multiplayer beta I was sold after the first race. I’m not the racing game nutcase most people are. I prefer to take out my foes by pummeling them and scoring headshots, but Blur is different. This game changed my perspective on what an intense racing game could be. While it certainly didn’t revolutionize the genre (Mario Kart is still king) Blur adds a new tone with real cars in unreal situations. Be on the lookout for a little video from me later on when I pick up my copy and some impressions later on (possibly tomorrow). Of course follow me on my twitter at

Can’t wait to see you on the tracks soon!

I’m blogging again!

24 May

You think I forgot about G3? Well I certainly didn’t and this is a labor of love for me and I plan to continue to post and make the best geek/gamer blog the interwebz have ever seen! Of course people say that all the time but I actually mean it! I promise I really do!

Still not buying it?

I don’t blame you. Blogs come and go, so let’s enjoy the ride while it’s still going!

As for the focus of the blog. I plan to be a bit more personal, not as newsy (is that even a word) because I will let Game Nation cover that! So expect more about my life and things I’m doing. So with that said enjoy the new G3 and I look forward to pumping out more content! It’s good to be back!

Cool things in April!

1 Apr

What’s going on?

The first quarter of 2010 has been quite eventful for myself. Aside from joining Cool Runnings and placing 7th at WCG, I also placed 2nd at PAX east FFA for MW2. Of course I always expect mroe of myself and I will continue to push forward. This month will see me auditioning for WCG Ultimate Gamer 2! Continue reading

Review: XBLA Game Room

25 Mar

Let me start by saying that anyone who knows me, know I happen to be quite fond of PlayStation Home. In fact I make it a high point in my day to get on and play some pool with random people. It’s like ChatRoulette but more fun and less penis dudes. Continue reading