Author Archives: Jarmo Niinisalo

Eidolon Review

How did I end up spending more than twenty hours in a walking simulator? I guess a large part of it can be attributed to the mystery. Eidolon is a game that doesn’t spoon-feed you anything at all. You’re dropped … Continue reading

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Argumentative essay topics from SnappyEssays

You may not like it, but an argumentative essay is probably the most common academic paper students are assigned to write in college. Continue reading

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Gaming favorites from 2011

Played lots of games again this year. Star Wars: The Old Republic is still to be released, but I think pretty much everything else worthwhile is already out. Thus it’s time to list my favorites from 2011: Elder Scrolls V: … Continue reading

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Gaming favorites from 2010

Nope, I didn’t play all games that I wanted to in 2010 (especially Fallout: New Vegas being one of the games I haven’t really even properly started yet), but I think I came close enough to make a list. Here … Continue reading

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Dragon Age Origins: Witch Hunt DLC

Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age both got their own DLC missions released this week. As is the case with ME2, I’ve also been diligently playing through most of the Dragon Age DLC released so far, only skipping the ones … Continue reading

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Mass Effect 2 DLC: Lair of the Shadow Broker

I think Mass Effect 2 has pretty much had the best Downloadable Content available for any game so far. The missions (Kasumi’s Stolen Memory, Overlord & Shadow Broker) are not just cheap rehashes of pre-existing assets but actually introduce an … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Amnesia: The Dark Descent

I finished the game just moments ago and wanted to get some immediate impressions up. I’ve been a fan of Frictional Games’ output since the original Penumbra Tech Demo, and really only been disappointed once with Penumbra Requiem. Amnesia is … Continue reading

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Overhaul complete

At least for now, that is. I stashed all the old stuff out of sight and revamped the Aphex Face page to be a part of the site structure. Furthermore, the old Aphex Face URL now redirects to the correct … Continue reading

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Time for an overhaul

My webspace provider is updating the underlying php engine from php4 to php5, which is all nice and dandy — except for the fact that it completely breaks the XSLT wizardry on the current pages. Probably a good thing, though … Continue reading

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