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In Mass Effect 3, I don’t like that Grunt lives through his last stand confrontation against the Ravagers.  I feel that it gives the fight scene where he is “sacrificing” himself less impact in future playthroughs.

In Mass Effect 3, I don’t like that Grunt lives through his last stand confrontation against the Ravagers.  I feel that it gives the fight scene where he is “sacrificing” himself less impact in future playthroughs.

I loved A Link to the Past.  I played Link between worlds and bored me to death.

I loved A Link to the Past.  I played Link between worlds and bored me to death.

Desmond is the reason I keep buying Assasin’s Creed.

Desmond is the reason I keep buying Assasin’s Creed.

In AC3, I seriously liked Haytham. I thought he was a pretty boss ass character. Then he turns around and tells us he’s a Templar? Not only was that a crazy plot-twist, but it pissed me off so much, it made me love the AC series even more.

In AC3, I seriously liked Haytham. I thought he was a pretty boss ass character. Then he turns around and tells us he’s a Templar? Not only was that a crazy plot-twist, but it pissed me off so much, it made me love the AC series even more.

In Sleeping Dogs, i seriously got a connection with the Triad characters, I’ve always been one against authority.

In Sleeping Dogs, i seriously got a connection with the Triad characters, I’ve always been one against authority.

I think I like the characters of Team Fortress 2 more than the actual game.

I think I like the characters of Team Fortress 2 more than the actual game.

My older brother got me into video games since I was a little girl, but of course, life came along and we barely see each other anymore now that he’s moved. I recently I got a PS3 bundle with Uncharted 3 for my birthday and it’s got me and my brother to bond again when he came down to visit and occasionally asks me how far into the game I am. Uncharted now holds a special place for me.

My older brother got me into video games since I was a little girl, but of course, life came along and we barely see each other anymore now that he’s moved. I recently I got a PS3 bundle with Uncharted 3 for my birthday and it’s got me and my brother to bond again when he came down to visit and occasionally asks me how far into the game I am. Uncharted now holds a special place for me.

I hate how overrated The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is. It’s okay, but I still like many other Zelda games way over it.

I hate how overrated The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is. It’s okay, but I still like many other Zelda games way over it.

When I first played Deus Ex: Human Revolution, I didn’t even finish the intro level before returning it. Though a few months later, I decided to buy a new copy, since I felt I didn’t give it a proper chance. Now its becoming one of my favorite games.

When I first played Deus Ex: Human Revolution, I didn’t even finish the intro level before returning it. Though a few months later, I decided to buy a new copy, since I felt I didn’t give it a proper chance. Now its becoming one of my favorite games.

Every time I see a new Call of Duty, I die a little inside, because we all know that the industry will only start green lighting games like Call of Duty because it made a lot of money; whereas anything new, innovative, or interesting will be tossed out or given little interest because they are deemed “too different” from it and “too risky”.
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The Game Theorists recently released videos on YouTube explaining why these franchises do so well. I’d go check it out (Part 1, Part 2) before making more confessions like these in the future, because I’m tired of making confessions based on franchise bashing.
—Joshua

Every time I see a new Call of Duty, I die a little inside, because we all know that the industry will only start green lighting games like Call of Duty because it made a lot of money; whereas anything new, innovative, or interesting will be tossed out or given little interest because they are deemed “too different” from it and “too risky”.

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The Game Theorists recently released videos on YouTube explaining why these franchises do so well. I’d go check it out (Part 1, Part 2) before making more confessions like these in the future, because I’m tired of making confessions based on franchise bashing.

—Joshua