Justin McBride

My name is Justin McBride and I’m a guy who enjoys writing, playing games and writing about playing games. Sound lame enough yet? Well, I have other interests as well such as hanging out with friends, watching TV, going to the movies from time to time, surfing the internet, listen to good music, drive at speeds I shouldn’t be driving at and so on. The problem is, that’s all stuff everyone likes to do, so why write about it? Oh wait, seems I just did. Oops.

Splinter Cell: Conviction Demo Impressions

For a long time, I’ve been a fan of the Splinter Cell franchise. I remember opening a copy of Xbox Magazine and playing the exclusive demo for the original Splinter Cell on my Xbox and immediately hating it because I couldn’t run around, guns -a-blazing, like I originally thought. Then, …

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Saints Row 2 Co-Op Mode Review

“This game has a single player mode?” This was a question I jokingly received from my buddy SkittlesMcGee (a soon to be contributor here) while playing Saints Row 2 in co-op as we so often did. So far, I’ve clocked somewhere close to 180 hours in my main Saints Row …

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In With the New…

I’m sure by now that all of you who have visited this domain in the past have noticed the new look for The Mind of Game. Well, this has been a long time coming, but I’ve moved off of WordPress.com and on to my own server, hosted by BlueHost.com and …

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Why Sony Fanboys Are the Worst of the Bunch

Before I get into this editorial/rant, let me set the record straight. I absolutely, positively do not hate Sony itself or the PlayStation brand. I do not blame Sony for the actions of the people who have chosen to stand behind them. I have nothing against the PlayStation brand and …

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Altec Lansing Backbeat Pro Review

Introduction Altec Lansing has a long history of making a wide range of audio equipment and has built something of a reputation for themselves as a manufacturer. In the audiophile community, particularly with the IEM subsection, they’re relatively unknown and unnoticed. Their “upgrader” line of IEMs seek to change that, …

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