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HELLO, WORLD

I don’t know how the internet works. Oh sure, I know what direction in which to point you should you want to see some eye-scarring Lion King fanart or read a blog post about how the Golden Gate bridge is a sentient being, but I don’t know how it works. For all I know, magical internet gnomes (intergnomes) run on various Dr. Suess-esque treadmills, and their adorable sweat and tears are what allow my computer to run Left 4 Dead just long enough for me to get kicked from every game for being a n00b.

Fortunately, Britt and Local were able to teach me how to make the possessed computer box work, and now I’m driving my big truck of tubes right into your face! So brace yourselves, because I’m going to be updating with various video game-themed art every so often.

As a test, here’s an old Resident Evil pic I did a few years back. If my posting this causes the site to shut down, we know I need to be taught a few more things.

Licker, Bandersnatch, and Hunter

The new website design and you

You may be asking yourself “Now why did TSG have to go and mess up something that wasn’t broken in the first place?”. The answer is simple, we were bored.

First you should notice we re-imagined our navigation bar altogether, we have separated the Gaming content from our Marathon content (try doing that with your America s’mores, Phil). It wasn’t easy but we did it for the convenience of our readers, and that’s who matters dangit!

Nav bar

  • When you hover over the “Marathons” section the sub-navigation bar (Red colored) will change to reflect the content categories we have setup for that particular section, the same goes for “Home”. By the way “Forums” is now “Community”

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Britt ranks top ten Zelda games

Something it seems gamers and gaming websites love to do is rank things. Don’t worry though, unlike all the other ranking articles, I’ll keep my list to one page. What else better to rank than the Zelda series right?!? Not to sound cocky, but I think I’ve got a pretty good feel for the series. I used to sit in my diaper for hours at a time watching my dad solve both Zelda 1 and 2 on the NES before I had even learned talk. By the time I was 3, I was able to take on Zelda by myself. My dad would clear the dungeons and then hand the controller over to me for the boss battles. At age 4 I was able to complete the game in its entirety by myself.  You can probably understand why Zelda would become my favorite franchise, and eventually would lead me to creating a group of gamers that would speed run the entire franchise.

The rankings after the jump

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