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Category Archives: Gamer’s Guide
Satanism is awesome! At least, that’s what Dishonored teaches us. It turns out religion seeks to take everything from humanity while the “evils” are not as evil as we would think. Continue reading
You thought the Cold War was over? You’re WRONG! Resident Evil is all about the dangers of Capitalism. In fact capitalism is so dangerous you might as well become a communist and forget about it! Continue reading
Salutations everyone! Here is my comprehensive/initial reaction of the Nintendo Switch after the press conference. What can the Switch do? What does this imply and entail for the future of gaming as we know it? Breath of the Wild hype, … Continue reading
WHY is Pluto a DOG and Goofy a talking, walking dog in a world where all the animals talk and walk? Who is Roxas? He’s Sora, and Ventus. And also Xion! And kind of Kairi. It’s pretty wild.
What do werewolves, Jekyll and Hyde, and Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess have in common? They all want you to convert to Taoism. Oh, And I suppose it should also be said that they’re all about duality but, eh details.
Tir McDohl has to face the tough choices. Like killing his father, Darth Vader, so the Light side can win. Or the death of his lover, Gremio. Suikoden explores utilitarianism and the necessity of the needs of the many over … Continue reading
Can you hear the gamer’s sing? Singing the song of angry men. It’s the music of the consoles that are on the rise again.