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After some hard work and a few issues with Sony Vegas, I am proud to bring my first video to Techraptor.net! Welcome to the Mind of Micah C. In today’s episode, we’ll be discussing the issue of agenda based reviews of games. Though this isn’t exactly a new problem, it’s still one that needs to be addressed. Beyond that, I think that it is imperative, given the times that we live in. Constructive criticism is always welcome, folks. I hope you enjoy, and don’t forget to subscribe to Techraptor’s Youtube Channel!

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Reviews Cited:

Destructiod – Kane and Lynch 2: Dead Men review

Polygon – Tropico 5 Review

The Verge – Shadow of Mordor is morally repulsive and I can’t stop playing it.

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Micah Curtis

Micah is a man returning to the fold of video game journalism after a bit of time away. He's a conservative with a passion for business, and a love for the art of video games. Micah has been gaming since the NES, and knows a bit more about art than he probably should........