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Blue in the Face Reviews: Silent Hill the Movie

28 Jul 2014
BITF Featured

Strap on your radios and load up on health drink, as EyesofViolet and SonicMTD tackle Silent Hill the Movie.

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Blue in the Face Reviews: NBA 2K14

28 Jul 2014
BITF Featured

SonicMTD steps in and explains just how stupid NBA 2K13 is in hindsight.

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Something I Plan To Read To My Children

28 Apr 2014
sage

There’s a large consortium now of web journalists that are quite fixated on pushing any work that might feature a female protagonist to the forefront of human awareness. This is a process with which I have no strong objections or opinions because I know better than to shake that hornet’s nest. Or even look at […]

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He Would Have Everything If He Could See Beyond His Nose

21 Apr 2014
sage

Despite my education it seems I’ve sorely missed that period where one discusses the themes and nature of Cyrano De Bergerac. As a result I’ve been often hesitant to ever approach a subject a discussion for fear that my analysis would be considered obvious and therefore trite. But, the subject of Cyrano is something quite […]

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Behold He, The Undisputed King Of All Monsters!

14 Apr 2014
sage

I’ve gotten into several arguments lately about the upcoming Godzilla adaptation for western audiences. I’ve argued, vehemently, that the film will be a monstrous disappointment. But I’ve gone on hate tirades in the past on this journal and it’s never worked out well. So, instead, I’m going to rip the upcoming reboot completely out of […]

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Why Game Developers Shouldn’t Hate The Internet

07 Apr 2014
sage

I’m going to share with you something I’ve come to realize. As many of you probably already know, this past April Fools Google put an add on into their mobile app for Google Maps. This allowed users to scan various locations and find 150 Pokemon at various points on the globe. Well 151 if you […]

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Of Challenge And Demon’s Crests

31 Mar 2014
sage

It’s good that there’s a clear niche market for difficult video games. On top of that now more than ever it seems there’s a clear divide between games that implement good design features with unique challenges the players learn from. Instead of, you know, just arbitrary increases in damage and health and such. That’s why […]

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The Not So Secret Secret Of Santa Vittoria

24 Mar 2014
sage

It looks like the classic film kick isn’t ending anytime soon. Which I find perfectly fine since this journal takes on an entirely new shape and form. Ish. Anyway. The Secret of Santa Vittoria is a film created in 1969 based off of a massively award winning book realized in 1966 with the same name, […]

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