What Size Skateboard Do I Need?

Skateboard

From the first sight everything is obvious. If you want a bigger board, ride it. If you want smaller one, ride the smaller one. But still thousands of questions arise about this issue and we will try to give you some answers, tips and advices here. Skateboard decks sizes widely vary, but most of them are between 7”-10” sizes. There are some types of micro decks (between 6.5” and 6.75”), mini decks (with 7” width) and mid-size decks (7.3”), but […]

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FGCs Role as Consumers

Fighting Game

Almost every member of the Fighting Game Community is happy to see the resurrection of fighting games. This really shows that ‘times are a-changin’. The stats from EVO 2011 showed more than 2 million unique viewers  online watching the stream and roughly 4,000 participants. This alone is evidence that fighting games can hang with the big boys of competitive gaming, such as Halo, Gears of War, and Call of Duty. With the influx of popularity in fighting games, has the fighting game […]

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Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2

Borderlands 2 is a first-person box opening game, in which players open up a wide variety of boxes, lockers, and other assorted receptacles and see if they have enough space available to carry around whatever they find inside. It is also an addictive first-person shooter, but that seems at times like a secondary feature, when compared to all the boxes one ends up opening. On balance, Borderlands 2’s considerable strengths exceed its weaknesses, and Left Gamer Review recommends it to anyone who likes […]

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Review: “Halo 4″

Halo 4

Xbox is the house that Master Chief built, so perhaps it was naive to hope that developer Bungie’s final Halo title, Reach, would actually conclude the series. Reach was one of the strongest games in the franchise.  The fact that the game ends in humanity’s defeat makes Reach an interesting counterpoint to Master Chief’s heroics and I think it would have made an excellent last chapter. But, a few years pass, and Microsoft moves Halo development in-house with a new division called 343 […]

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Review: “XCOM: Enemy Unknown”

XCOM

XCOM: Enemy Unknow n is an engaging turn-based strategy game, though a bit repetitive and not without a few frustrations. In a console-gaming landscape littered with mediocre shooters of various stripes, the title is an   intriguing departure, even though its methods are not new. Enemy Unknown is merely the latest in a long series of XCOM games, though the series that hasn’t had an update since 2001, and h as never before been available for consoles. Each mission is a […]

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Squawk Ops: The Line

Spec Ops

WARNING: This dialogue contains major spoilers for Spec Ops: The Line. Just in time for the holiday happiness season, Left Gamer Review discusses one of the most depressing–and best!–games of the year. snjoseph: Alright, so I played Spec Ops: The Line, admittedly because I suspected you were too generous inyour review. But man, you were right–it’s incredible. La-li-lu-le-leave me alone I guess I started off skeptical because when I read your review, I thought of Metal Gear Solid 2, which […]

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Things are changing at Left Gamer Review!

Tomb Raider

After a long and basically unsuccessful intervention in the “real world,” we at Left Gamer Review are scurrying back to the dark side of the Internet to get back to what we do best (which is not to say well): yakking about video games! Keep an eye out for the following exciting new content: Our classically snarky reviews of major new titles, including Metal Gear: Revengeance [sic], Dead Space 3, and the new Tomb Raider! Scintillating commentary on the PS4, […]

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An Arcade Legacy

Street Fighter

Since the exploding popularity of Street Fighter II in the arcades during the early 90’s, the initial appearance of the fighting game community has greatly changed. Consoles, DLC, and patches have changed the way players compete in their favorite game. Regardless of all the changes, there has been an unlikely staple; a possible core of the East Coast Fighting Game Community. Since “Eight on the Break” opened in 1973, not much has changed except for the games being played. Eight […]

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