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Ars Technica Followup on Game Consoles

Mike Caprio 3 Replies

I posted this comment on Ars in response to an article stating that a motion detection sensor on XBox was somehow going to be a “Wii killer”; I’m expanding on it a little more here to stretch out my thoughts a little. Not sure I understand how an old technology that’s already been surpassed by […]

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I Wicked Like Kongregate

Mike Caprio 2 Replies

There are some really cool puzzle games on Kongregate… Chronotron is fun, but I’ve also discovered the “Portal Flash Version” game and also the “Shift” games. Eep, I’m addicted… (join us…)

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Chronotron!

Mike Caprio 1 Reply

I am now addicted to this great little puzzle game called Chronotron on Kongregate. I highly recommend it if you’re a fan of Lemmings or any of the Rube Goldberg type puzzle games. If you like the Kongregate site and decide to sign up for it (I like it so far, fun and free)… do […]

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Stolen!

Mike Caprio 4 Replies

A quick summary of me (stealed from ): 33 going on 34. Grew up in North Branford, CT but born in New Haven, CT. Fluent in English, smattering of French, currently studying Homeric Greek. Nearly 100% Italian – father is all Italian, mother is 75%, with some German and Irish. Schooled publicly until college, then […]

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The King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters [2007]

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Documentaries are rarely mainstream fare; they are too often relegated to the dusty corners of non-fiction shelves, and left for consumption by political activists and intellectuals willing to stomach the sometimes dry content. Not so with The King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters.  The truth behind this real-life narrative, and behind many other documentary […]

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