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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.

Gaming Journalism Has Hit a New Low

With the release of Ninja Gaiden 2 fast approaching, reviews of this highly anticipated action title are beginning to pour in and so far, the game has been getting pretty mixed reviews. But…one review in particular stands out from the crowd and that review is from GamesRadar. It doesn’t stand …

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Story in a Blog

I just wanted everyone to know that, just for kicks, I’ve created a new page on this site for the sole purpose of my Story in a Blog entries. If you’re interested in reading it, look no further than this link or, for a more permanent solution, look down a …

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Video Blog #5

Yep, I’m finally back on the video blogging scene with my fifth Video Blog. I’ve got a new digital camera with a built in microphone (I picked it up for my trip to EA) so the quality is a lot better this time around than it ever has been when …

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Sony, You've Just Been Put On Notice

Aaron Greenberg, director of Product Management for Xbox 360 and Xbox Live, has thrown down the gauntlet in an interview with Destructoid, calling Sony out in a form we rarely see outside of internet forums. What could the basis of his argument be, considering his wallet is being filled (one …

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GTA IV Trailer – Niko Bellic

[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.519874&w=425&h=350&fv=] Oh Rockstar, how you tease us so! With your latest opus, Grand Theft Auto IV, hitting stores in less than three days, you continue to dangle tantalizing bits of GTA info before us every so often to keep us aware of its so close but oh so far …

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