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Hello, hope everyone has had a good 2019 so far.

It's been awhile, have had quite a roller coaster in the last year and half...

With that being said, new content is in the works. Full development is happening now and new videos will be coming soon to the YouTube channel. It's been a crazy ride getting everything set up again, but I've honestly missed creating content. Hopefully there is still a spot out there for me in this evolving world.

Stay tuned to a new Facebook page, new content on the YouTube channel and brand new ventures with some familiar and some new faces! Got a show called "In the Mind of Tri" planned for the channel, just a simple, talking about the current events and landscape of gaming through my eyes. Even looking at relaunching Just 1 More Topic as well. So, fun stuff is coming!

Working on a some new features for the site as well, as the blogger system is getting outdated rapidly and it appears to have been abandoned by Google almost entirely.


This hasn't been the most active we've been this year, but hope you've enjoyed the new features and content from us! We'll have more stuff in the new year!

Taking A Short Break

I'm going to be taking a little bit of a break from writing, and wanted to make sure that everyone was aware of what was going on. I have recently been in the process of moving and won't have much available time to put towards interviewing, reviewing games or even being able to put any articles out. That doesn't mean that I'm going away permanently, it's just that right now there's quite a few obstacles that are currently popping up and they need to be prioritized right now.Of course I'm not necessarily sure when the break will come to an end. However, I do have an incredible team that will continue to put out content through YouTube and Facebook, and I'm very excited to see what comes out of those initiatives. I've always enjoyed the creative process and it would be more of a detriment to that process if I tried to turn out articles; while also trying to handle the current real life obstacles.So this isn't goodbye, but merely I will see you all…

Shenmue 1 & 2 Announced for PS4, Xbox One and Steam

Sega has announced that Shenmue will be returning sooner than the Shenmue 3 release. At Sega Fes 2018, Sega said the collection will release this year and physically for consoles and digitally everywhere. And in a move that isn't too surprising, Shenmue 1 and 2 will release exclusively on PS4 in Japan.

Shenmue and Shenmue 2 were both released originally on the Dreamcast in 2000 and 2001 (in Japan, Shenmue 2 didn't release for the Dreamcast outside of Japan) respectively, but Sega ended up pulling the plug on the Dreamcast in 2001; ultimately ending their time as a hardware manufacturer as well. As a result, they shopped around for the best ecosystem to put their games; deciding on Xbox for the release of Shenmue 2.

In most circles, Shenmue is seen as the Sega killer. Despite the fact Sega's demise as a hardware manufacturer (and eventually software developer/publisher) was all over the walls in the 90's. It was well ahead of it's time and established what many mod…

Just 1 More Interview: Sameed's Views

Welcome to another installment of Just 1 More Interview!

Today I've got the owner of Sameed's View, your one stop shop for all things big screen. I had the pleasure of working with him a few years back and now he's on the fast track with a hit website, so welcome Sameed Siddiqi!

Jeff - Let's dive into who you are, what's a little bit of your backstory.

Sameed - My name is Sameed Siddiqui. I live in Tulsa, OK. I was born in New York City and raised in Philadelphia. I am currently a junior in Northeastern State University. My degree is IT (business). My favorite movie is Jurassic Park. My genre in music is rap and Pakistani music. I am a big listener of Meek Mill, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Future and Coke Studios.I love sports and I am also a huge sports fan especially for teams like Philadelphia Eagles, Sixers, Houston Rockets and Astros

Jeff - Before we go too far, Sameed's Views, let's talk about it; where did the inspiration come from?

Sameed - Sameed's Vi…

I Am Setsuna (Switch) Review

I Am Setsuna gained quite a following when it originally released, being localized for platforms such as the PS4 in 2016. The Switch version didn't see a physical release outside of Japan, but still features an English translation on the cartridge and with the system not being region-locked (meaning my North American Switch can play Japanese formatted games), this is how I'm reviewing I Am Setsuna now, thanks to a friend letting me borrow his copy.
From the very beginning of booting up I Am Setsuna, the golden-era of RPGs were on display. The soundtrack brings me back to a time that felt magical and pure, the entire soundtrack is piano based. Making for a beautiful experience throughout the game. And while I Am Setsuna doesn't "re-invent the wheel" necessarily, it does a great job of showcasing the best of what the genre has to offer. Combat has vibes of Chrono Trigger and the story pulls the strings similar to Final Fantasy X (both owned by Square-Enix incident…