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Casey Curran Staff Writer Go to Blog   See All Comments  

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Favorite Games:


Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2, Crash Bandicoot Warped, Super Mario World, Mass Effect, Pokemon, Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, Jade Empire, The Legend of Zelda series, Sonic 2, Counter Strike Source, The Last of Us, Metal Gear Solid 3, Ace Attorney series, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Metroid: Zero Mission, Fallout 3, Ratchet and Clank series, Uncharted 2, Halo series, Skies of Arcadia, Sly Cooper series

Favorite Music:


Steve Miller Band, The Beatles, Queen, Rolling Stones



Latest Posts

Persona 5 Review

Now It's Persona!

“Style over substance.” A term often applied to a work with strong aesthetics, yet an overall hollow experience. Yet Persona 5 could have offered a story written by George Orwell alongside gameplay deeper than Dark Souls and it still would have been a case of style over substance. The only possible way it could have added any more style points would be if Michael Jackson moonwalked his way to lend a hand in a fight. 

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Nerds Without Pants Episode 111: My Face is Tired

Pathfinder, this area can be mined for resources.

Hey friends! Nerds Without Pants is back with another fun episode. This week, Casey joins us to talk about game developers, disappointing games, 1996, and Crash Bandicoot. A lot of Crash Bandicoot.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

I'm 99% sure Nintendo used the Triforce to make it this good

I remember the first time I played Super Mario 64 and was amazed at seeing Mario move in 3D. I remember thinking how vast and expansive the fields of Hyrule looked in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. And I remember carjacking a truck, driving as fast as I could until flying off a cliff in Grand Theft Auto III. At the time, these games all had an unrivaled sense of freedom. They formulated a magical feeling, as new doors seemed to open and an experience I could only imagine was now real. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild now joins these titles in creating the same sense of wonder.

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