About Author: NinthBatter

Website
http://ninthbatter.blogspot.com
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NinthBatter(or Jack) was born in 1518 on the shores of Loch Shiel in the highlands of Scotland. Seriously though, Ninth is a small town geek born and raised although he does live in Los Angeles now. He’s been gaming since the SNES with “Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past.” He currently games on PC, Xbox, PS3, Nintendo DS, and the N-Gage(it’s a GameBoy and a phone!) He also has a Wii but currently uses it as a door stop. If you haven’t been able to figure it out, Ninth prefers to take a light-hearted and humorous approach to gaming. He also loves Pokemon…the handheld games…seriously.

Posts by NinthBatter

  • Canada has given us a lot of things to be thankful for. Just to name a few there’s the rotary snowplow, Tim Hortons, and of course Wayne Gretzky. Since today is Canadian Thanksgiving, I thought it would be nice to give thanks for everything Canada has done for video games. […]

    Thanks Canada

    Canada has given us a lot of things to be thankful for. Just to name a few there’s the rotary snowplow, Tim Hortons, and of course Wayne Gretzky. Since today is Canadian Thanksgiving, I thought it would be nice to give thanks for everything Canada has done for video games. […]

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  • I know that I have already talked about the California Violent Videogame law, but since many states other than California have began debating whether or not a similar law is needed in their states I thought I should bring to attention some historical events of relevance. 2008: California State Senator […]

    The More You Know

    I know that I have already talked about the California Violent Videogame law, but since many states other than California have began debating whether or not a similar law is needed in their states I thought I should bring to attention some historical events of relevance. 2008: California State Senator […]

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  • One of the all too often unknown figures of video games(ok 99% of the people who make games are unknown) are the composers. They have this amazing ability to turn a game into a experience. Through their music we stop seeing videogame characters as something so basic as pixels on […]

    The Sound of Video Game Music

    One of the all too often unknown figures of video games(ok 99% of the people who make games are unknown) are the composers. They have this amazing ability to turn a game into a experience. Through their music we stop seeing videogame characters as something so basic as pixels on […]

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  • Warning: This review contains spoilers to Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. You have been warned. Witch Hunt is the most recent addition to the line up of Dragon Age: Origins DLC. This is the last planned DLC for Dragon Age: Origins as Bioware finally moves everyone over […]

    Witch Hunt DLC Review

    Warning: This review contains spoilers to Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. You have been warned. Witch Hunt is the most recent addition to the line up of Dragon Age: Origins DLC. This is the last planned DLC for Dragon Age: Origins as Bioware finally moves everyone over […]

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  • Lair of the Shadow Broker is the newest addition to the Mass Effect 2 DLC collection. While we all love Bioware’s games some of their DLC has been, shall we say, less than stellar. Thankfully Lair of the Shadow Broker is a great addition to Mass Effect 2 and will […]

    Lair of the Shadow Broker DLC review

    Lair of the Shadow Broker is the newest addition to the Mass Effect 2 DLC collection. While we all love Bioware’s games some of their DLC has been, shall we say, less than stellar. Thankfully Lair of the Shadow Broker is a great addition to Mass Effect 2 and will […]

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