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Author: Matt

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight

“Batman: Arkham Knight” is an incredible third installment of an incredible series. It’s M-rating gives it the extra edge it needed to be vastly different from its previous predecessors. Is it still Family-friendly? For the most part, yes it is, but there are several moments throughout the main story and side missions that you may want to turn your kids’ heads away. After those moments, enjoy the incredible voice acting, gorgeous graphics, and perfect story inside the grand city of Gotham. Oh, and take a the Batmobile out for a spin as well, just remember to return it with a full tank.

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Best of the Best: The Souls Series

Let’s talk about one of the best video game series of all time! In a day and age where video games seem to have become an easy and boring sell for corporate America to cash in on, the Souls series reminds us of what a video game is supposed to be, all while being great pieces of art.

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Matt’s Top 10 Favorite Video Game Heroes

I’ve already done an article about my favorite video game villains, and now it’s time to talk about my favorite heroes. The heroes are the ones we (usually) play as during our adventures in video games. They are the ones we connect to, thrive with and feel for as we control their destinies in our tiny hands. It’s great when you think about it, though. Heroes are the ones that we literally “control.” So, I’m sure there are some theories about the protagonist of a game having their own character, but they wouldn’t have life unless it weren’t for the human psyche controlling them. Therefore, the human’s psyche is contributing to the character and their personality, creating a completely new life form that would not exist without that’s a mixture of human and technology…

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On the Couch with Matt: Why Video Games?

Video Games. Well, I could go on and on about this glorious invention, but I’m not trying to go on and on today; I’m just trying to explain my reasons for loving this art form so much. Now, as I’ve grown older I don’t play as many video games as I used to. Back in the day, it was wake up, go to school, go home, play video games and do homework when my parents thought I was sleeping. I’ve been through addiction at 14, 15, 16 and 17 years old; thank “World of Warcraft” for that one. I’ve also failed tests because “Grand Theft Auto” made my time disappear. I matured after graduating from high school, though. I only left video games to my TRUE free time when it came to college, and after graduating from there I tried becoming a Twitch streamer for a little while, but that didn’t work out the way I wanted it to.

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