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Boxhead: The Zombie Wars iOS Review


If you have read the title, then yes zombies are included. The once laughing stock of the monster universe has – thanks to various media – now established itself as a dominant source of entertainment with no end in site. Now, they have come to bring their form of brainless nonsense onto the Boxhead universe. […]

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The Misfortunate Event of a Video Game Journalist


There I was staring obliviously into a pitch-black, empty computer monitor only guessing at how it could have happened. I kept telling myself, “I cleaned this damn thing 3 days ago.” They say there is a thin line between love and hate and boy did I feel both towards myself.

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The Reloading of APB


Being one of the most highly anticipated and controversial games of 2010, yet also one of the biggest let downs, APB was plagued with issues that led to its ultimate end. But like a phoenix, APB has arisen from its ashy grave to again try its luck at life. Yet, one question still remains unanswered. […]

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Lost Saga MMO Review


Throughout history, there has been various different violent archetypes – ninjas, pirates, gladiators, and so forth – that have touched and shaped the face of the planet one way or another. Unsurprisingly, they have been the main focus of various conversations that have dealt with one single purpose; who is the best? Luckily for gamers, […]

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Meet the Staff – Tyler Lee


“Meet the Staff” is an ongoing special that allows readers to connect with the GGC personnel. The second of the editorials would be second in-command Tyler Lee.

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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 iOS Review


The Mortal Kombat series is one of the most infamous series in the history of video games. Known obviously for its graphic violence, hefty amount of blood, and gruesome fatalities, Mortal Kombat was in part responsible for the founding of the ESRB. Nevertheless, the series has sold handsomely since its beginnings in the 1990s and […]

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Rumble Fighter MMO Review


Peanut butter and jelly, Tom and Jerry, and red and blue all have something in common. The similarity between these three groups is how each of them are seemingly an odd couple. Yet, they compliment each other in order to create something benevolent. This exact statement is what you are getting with Rumble Fighter, but more less than expected.

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Meet the Staff – Gregory Wampler


“Meet the Staff” is an ongoing special that allows readers to connect with the GGC personnel. The first of the editorials would be none other than the head honcho himself, Gregory Wampler.

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Double Dragon iOS Review


What do red and blue represent? Red symbolizes hardiness and blue symbolizes vigilance on the American flag. They are the recognizable colors of Marvel Heroes Spiderman and Captain America. Most importantly, they are the colors of the Lee Brothers, the dual protagonists of one of the greatest beat-em-ups in video game history, Double Dragon. 

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Dungeon Fighters MMO Review


Remember those glory days “older” readers out there? Those days where drinks didn’t cost much, fashion was still an experiment, and arcades ran rampant? If you do remember those times, then you probably remember games like Double Dragon and Final Fight.

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MMO Lexicon


Here at The GGC (Great Gaming Crusade), I write various reviews for various genres of games. One of the deepest, and probably most confusing, would be my reviews of various MMOs. First of all, for those who may not know, an MMO is an abbreviated form of the word “Massively Multiplayer Online Game”.

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MapleStory MMO Review


It took the MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game) scene by storm. It has inspired many fan-based media, an anime series, a trading card game, and even commercials. Its F2P (Free to Play), P4F (Pay for Fun) system has received both praise and backlash.

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