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Initial impressions of GTA V

My first full game experience for Grand Theft Auto V came Wednesday, and I am happy to report, it was a long and enjoyable one. I did a little bit of playing on Tuesday night because the game came in so late, and that was more of a quick play-through instead of judgement time. But… Continue reading Initial impressions of GTA V

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NCAA Football ’14 Review

Overview EA Sports was nice enough to pass along an early review copy of NCAA Football '14 for me to review this year and it is a perfect choice for me because I love football, so I am excited to share whatNCAA Football '14 has to offer this year and what my impressions are of… Continue reading NCAA Football ’14 Review

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The Last of Us Review (PS3)

Overview In this tale you play an middle named man named Joel who has been put in charge of a teenage girl along with his significant other named Tess to return a teenage girl, named Ellie to a group called the Fireflies. ¬†Along the way it is discovered that Tess was infected along the way… Continue reading The Last of Us Review (PS3)

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E3 Reaction of the Press Conferences with Grades

With all of the media shows that took place on June 10th there was a lot to discover and hear about. I will break down my thoughts overall of how the conferences went for each company, the pluses, minuses, or even in the middle. E3 started off with a bang and a lot of goodies… Continue reading E3 Reaction of the Press Conferences with Grades

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Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 5

There will be lots of great titles coming out this year, from Rockstar to EA Sports we will look at them all in this post. The Nominees are: Grand Theft Auto V There really is no reason that I need to give to have this on the list. But if you want one, it would… Continue reading Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 5

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Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 4

The week before E3 seems like the it is the perfect time to write a piece as to why I am excited to get my hands on these new consoles. As you saw in the first three parts of this series we did a look back, and a look forward to E3 so now lets… Continue reading Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 4

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Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 3

E3 is next week so I am going to preview what's left to come to current generation of consoles and make a few predictions moving forward. Things I Expect EA will show off its next generation of sports titles, this will be a good look at the new Ignite Engine they talked briefly about at… Continue reading Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 3

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Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 2

This is part two of the series that looks forward to the transition to the PS4 and Xbox One, today we will focus our attention on what I think the best games of the current generation of consoles are. That isn't to say that these are the best on everybody's lists but mine. Like in… Continue reading Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 2

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Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 1

It would be a crime to kick this series off without a look back at older consoles, before we look forward to the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. So today I want to look back at really old games, games from before Playstation 3 and Xbox 36o. And with the next blog we can look… Continue reading Looking Forward to the Transition to Next Gen Consoles: Part 1

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Where my interest in the AHL came from before and during this season

I wasn't doing this blog when the NHL was in it's lockout, but I was writing for another site called Fantasy Hockey Coach and I pretty much covered the NHL and its eventual lockout at that point and not much else, and in all honesty it was because I felt a little restricted from what… Continue reading Where my interest in the AHL came from before and during this season

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Canadiens and Senators: The anatomy of a rivalry

Who would have thought that on Cinco De Mayo a hockey brawl would break out? But then again, who is really surprised? Let's take a look back to Thursday night where Ottawa's Eric Gryba laid a hard boarderline hit on Montreals Lars Eller, the hit caused Lars Eller to suffer serious facial injuries and prompted… Continue reading Canadiens and Senators: The anatomy of a rivalry

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Where has the decency gone in the media?

Today the Ottawa Sun released their paper for the city of Ottawa, and on it was the following:   Granted it isn't as graphic as some other newspapers in the past, say on September 12, 2001 in most US cities following the attacks in New York City, however the pictures in those papers were meaningful… Continue reading Where has the decency gone in the media?

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Current Generation Video Game of the Year Candidates

This is likely to be the last year of games for current generation consoles (i.e. PS3 and Xbox 360) so this could be a big year for this generation of consoles before the transition over to PS4 and whatever the next Xbox is called. Games such as Grand Theft Auto V and The Last of… Continue reading Current Generation Video Game of the Year Candidates

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The aftermath of the capture. End of Terror series: part 2 of 2

We pick up from Friday night and roll into Saturday, with three Boston sports teams playing there was a lot to keep track of. There were some that probably cared less because they had a family member die or still in the hospital and that is entirely understandable. But for the rest of Boston they… Continue reading The aftermath of the capture. End of Terror series: part 2 of 2

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Boston Police nabs suspects, how and where I found out about it. End of Terror series: part 1 of 2

On Friday night the Boston Police and other law enforcement officials nabbed suspect 2 in the City of Watertown, MA hiding inside a boat in someones back yard. The Police had called off the search and had gotten a tip from a resident saying that they had found the someone injured in his boat and… Continue reading Boston Police nabs suspects, how and where I found out about it. End of Terror series: part 1 of 2

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The Montreal Canadiens cross the line

In last nights NHL action there was an incident in the first period where Montreal Canadiens forward Ryan White took a long run at Philadelphia Flyers Defenseman Kent Huskins and injured him with an apparent elbow. Ryan White was then jumped by Flyers defenseman Kurtis Foster and that scrap was without anything landing. On the… Continue reading The Montreal Canadiens cross the line