To FAQ Or Not To FAQ

Lately I’ve been playing a lot of games. I mean, a LOT of games. Starting from just 11 days ago, I’ve added, though not necessarily started, 12 games. I also went back through and started a number of games I’d been meaning to start sooner or later, revisited older titles, made progress on games I’d been playing off and on for grinding purposes, and what have you.
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Consoles vs. PC Gaming

About 8 years ago, I had a java professor in college who also gamed a little on the side. He was an avid PC gamer and really didn’t care much for consoles. His argument was that console gaming was cost prohibitive and I was inclined to agree with him…but maybe not so much now. Meditating on this is what spawned this article.
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Why Returning To Dark Souls Is Always Tougher Than Leaving It

I know, I’ve talked about Dark Souls almost as much as I’ve talked about Final Fantasy. Don’t really care, it’s worth talking about again and again. If anything, this will be more like a mini-FAQ, so there is that at least. Actually, I strongly debated calling this one “Dark Souls Tips From Someone Who Probably Should Not Be Giving Dark Souls Tips,” so yes, there’s definitely that.
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The New Ninja Turtles Movie Is Going To Be The Bomb Because Michael Bay

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Worst Games Ever – Lunar Dragon Song

Lunar Silver Star Story for the PS1 was one of the last games I got for the PS1 before I set out for college. It was a really fun, if a little standard RPG by Working Designs. Eternal Blue was way better, to be completely honest. All the same, they were both enjoyable RPGs that I would still highly recommend, especially if you’re looking for a more retro RPG.
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X Box Live Gold – A Rant

The first system I got for the last generation of consoles was the X Box 360. As a result, I’m horribly biased toward it. Sure, it had the RROD issues, okay it didn’t have the best graphics, and it certainly didn’t have the best price, but it was a good middle of the road console that offered some of the best of gaming with the most expansive library, didn’t require for all of its games to be installed prior to play, and didn’t have a funky controller setup.
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The Gaming Economy

Since 2007, I’ve been selling off my collection of games little by little. This doesn’t mean I don’t want to game anymore or even necessarily that I don’t want to play the games I sold ever again. Usually what happens is I really need cash ASAP and I have to go sell something. However, there are people that prey on this, so I will be discussing how to effectively buy and sell properly within the current gaming market…at least, according to me.
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