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The End of the TF2 Honeymoon (or: Coming to Terms with my Waning TF2 Obsession)

It’s no big secret that I love Team Fortress 2. I delight in TF2’s trademark mayhem, and its mercenaries’ raucous battlecries are like the uplifting birdsongs of a brand new day. My wall and desktop are adorned with REDs and … Continue reading

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No Excuses

March 23, 2011 (Though it is a chilly day, the sun shines brightly through a window, laying its rays upon a man sitting at his computer. His fingers readied upon his keyboard, and his eyes betray the idealistic anticipation in … Continue reading

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The Duke and The Rose

Back in March, Gearbox Software incited controversy by unveiling a new game mode for the revived Duke Nukem Forever: Capture the Babe. For those unfamiliar with the shooters genre of action games, it’s derived from Capture the Flag, where two … Continue reading

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Deep in the Box

First, I’d like to take a moment so everyone familiar with slang of the UK can snicker on their own for a bit. Now, when I introduced myself a few weeks back, I said a fair bit about games being … Continue reading

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Enter Name:

Hello Internet, My name is Ryebread (or Rye for short), and I love computer games. Or rather, I love what computer games can be. At their best, they move our spirits with powerful emotions: joy, sorrow, fear, rage… At their … Continue reading

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