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June 13, 2011

Less Than A Week Left/Xbox 360 Suggestions

Well, my “com­ing-of-age” saga is almost at a close- only four more days until I can legal­ly buy firearms and lit­tle sticks that you light on fire in order to obtain can­cer. I have been busy as hell this past week with grad­u­a­tion relat­ed stuff, as well as prepar­ing for my aun­t’s wed­ding on the 18th. Start­ing next Mon­day, you can expect at least one arti­cle every sin­gle day from yours tru­ly as I burst back on the scene with opin­ions and ideas. ^In lieu of any rel­e­vant images, here is me play­ing the trum­pet in a cow suit. I’m start­ing a reg­i­men of stuff I will do for a pre­scribed amount of time every week. This includes get­ting exer­cise (main­ly swim­ming, just cause I hap­pen to like swim­ming a hell of a lot more than run­ning), study­ing lan­guages (Span­ish,Read more…

June 6, 2011

E3 2011 — Timeline

Here is the sched­ule for the press con­fer­ences and their times. Microsoft – June 6th – 12:30pm EST EA – June 6th – 3:30pm EST Ubisoft – June 6th- 5:30pm EST Sony – June 6th – 8:00pm EST Nin­ten­do – June 7th 12:00pm EST We will have all of your cov­er­age on these and much more so please stay tuned and enjoy that warm glow that is E3 2011.

June 5, 2011

Brief Update from CharcoalCoyote

Hey every­one. Just drop­ping in for a few to let every­one know what’s up. I’ve not dropped off the face of the plan­et; far from it, in fact. I’m grad­u­at­ing from high school (yes, I’m sev­en­teen years old for those of you who were unaware) on the 11th of this month, and I’m turn­ing eigh­teen on the 17th. My aunt is get­ting mar­ried on the 18th. With all of this junk going on, there’s been next to no time for any­thing that involves sit­ting still for long peri­ods of time. How­ev­er, expect an extrav­a­gan­za of new stuff when­ev­er I return! Stuff to look for­ward to includes: Indie Games vs. Big Name Devel­op­ers- my arti­cle that I owe DrPix­el from the QWOP Chal­lenge. A look at Por­tal 2 Mul­ti­play­er. Anoth­er “Games for Game­less Sit­u­a­tions” arti­cle. A look at DiRT 3 (andRead more…

May 31, 2011

Hands-on Preview: Dungeon Siege 3…..

I wasn’t always a fan of RPGs or ARPGs, but that has been chang­ing as of late. I have enjoyed Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance and its sequel, all of the Bethes­da games (Elder Scrolls (start­ing with Mor­rowind), Fall­out 3), the Fable series if you want to call them RPGs of some sort, Torch­light (which I may start my sec­ond play through here short­ly) and of course any­thing that comes from that great place in the sky called Bioware as of late (yes, I am still cur­rent­ly enjoy­ing Drag­on Age 2). Nor­mal­ly my key gen­res of choice are action/adventure, rac­ing, FPS, and some sports titles here and there to round it my gam­ing port­fo­lio. As I grow old­er though, dun­geon crawl­ing, gath­er­ing large amounts of loot like swag at a con­ven­tion, and stat and skill track­ing are becom­ing more and moreRead more…

May 26, 2011

MASS EFFECT WINNER!!!!!!!!!!

And we have our win­ner for a FREE STEAM COPY OF MASS EFFECT.….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….….…..ZERO_19 is our win­ner this go around!!! Con­grats ZERO, hope you enjoy it! youll be get­ting an email from me in the email account asso­ci­at­ed with your gamers blog acct. with instruc­tions on how to claim your game. Let us know how you like it 😀

May 24, 2011

Qwop Challenge Winner!

Although it was tech­ni­cal­ly four days late, I still did receive one sub­mis­sion to the QWOP Chal­lenge! With a grand score of 101 meters (metres if you’re Euro­pean), and TWO rule bends, our win­ner is.… Dr. Pix­el! He request­ed that I write an arti­cle about “indie games in gen­er­al”. Pret­ty broad of a top­ic, but I’ll def­i­nite­ly nail togeth­er an arti­cle for him. I’d like to thank every­one who attempt­ed QWOP, and I’d like to encour­age every­one to get in on my next chal­lenge! I’ll give you three hints as to what it is: It involves sig­nif­i­cant amounts of luck. It involves a con­sole that is not cur­rent-gen. It will give me a chance to prac­tice my cast­ing skills. I’m cur­rent­ly fair­ly busy (I grad­u­ate the 11th of next month!), but I’ll have plen­ty of time to post the chal­lengeRead more…

May 24, 2011

The Witcher 2: The Review

Back in Octo­ber 2007 rel­a­tive­ly unknown devel­op­er, CD Pro­jekt with Atari released The Witch­er.   The orig­i­nal pro­vid­ed one of the most authen­tic, orig­i­nal and cap­ti­vat­ing RPG expe­ri­ences ever to land on the PC or any plat­form for that mat­ter.  The game was not with­out its prob­lems how­ev­er as it con­tained many graph­i­cal glitch­es, extreme­ly long load­ing times between sequences and a cen­sored ver­sion released in North Amer­i­ca.  The com­pa­ny respond­ed to these issues by not only releas­ing an updat­ed ver­sion of the game but adding in new quests, graph­i­cal enhance­ments and reduced load­ing times but pro­vid­ing it free to cus­tomers who had already pur­chased the game.  In fact CD Pro­jekt spent over 1 mil­lion dol­lars resolv­ing the issues its cus­tomers pre­sent­ed to them.   Ever since The Witch­er was released fans have been anx­ious­ly await­ing a con­tin­u­a­tion of the epic sto­ryRead more…

May 19, 2011

Dont miss out on your chance to save the galaxy with your FREE STEAM COPY OF MASS EFFECT.

Do you feel down about the state of the galaxy? Do you wish you had the com­mand­ing author­i­ty of a super badass bent on erad­i­cat­ing evil while at the same time being dash­ing­ly awe­some or ter­ri­fy­ing­ly douchy? Well wish no more!!! Now is your chance to win a FREE steam copy of MASS EFFECT. Its your turn to trav­el the galaxy kickin in doors and nut sacks, sav­ing the day and get­ting the freak­ish­ly hot alien chick. Ill keep it sim­ple. All you have to do is share your thoughts with TGB. You MUST post 1 com­ment under this arti­cle and then post 5 com­ments under any arti­cle (all 5 com­ments do not have to be under the same arti­cle) and let us know whats on your mind. Post­ing 1 com­ment here and then 5 com­ments any­where else will enterRead more…

May 12, 2011

CharcoalCoyote’s Qwop Challenge!

So, I’m sure many of you have seen this game called QWOP by now. It’s pret­ty old news, and the cre­ator has already put out a new one called GIRP (which is just as hard, but in a dif­fer­ent way.) If you’ve still not seen it, HERE is a link to the game on its home web­site. Most of you who have played have only stuck it out to the ten meter mark before rage­quit­ting (I’ve made it to fifty meters three times, but nev­er got­ten past it.) So, I chal­lenge you, TGB read­ers, staff, and who­ev­er else would like to play: Beat QWOP. Go the dis­tance. Run all the way to the end, and jump as far as you can. But why, you may ask? Why would I con­sume that much of your time? How about this; the win­nerRead more…

May 5, 2011

Wishing for a different type of MMO…..

I have played World of War­craft. I play (once PSN comes back to life) D.C. Uni­verse. I have tried EVE Online. As much as I like DCU (I hear the moans, it’s not that bad), it real­ly does not hit nor rep­re­sent what I want in a MMO, and noth­ing out there does. I love fan­ta­sy set­tings, WoW has a great set­ting but the com­bat doesn’t do it for me and the art style (while there are times I love it) looks like a Han­na Bar­bera car­toon. I want a MMO to make an alter­nate life in a world that I could nev­er vis­it (no not Sec­ond Life), to be a world where every play­ers actions affect the next play­er and so on and so forth. The idea I have in my head for my per­fect MMO, is just that;Read more…

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