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Hey there folks. Micah Curtis here. As you can see, we’re bringing you a new video series called Reflections, where I take a look back at a game that gets brought up during Mind of Micah C research and game capture and look at the impact the game had in hindsight. As it stands, most video games get forgotten to degrees by the video game blogosphere unless there’s DLC being released in subsequent years. What I wanted to do was have a look at games from the recent past, any controversies that have been involved with them, and discuss any influence they’ve had or if the controversy was a whole lot of nothing. So, what better game to start with than Resident Evil 5? So, buckle in and enjoy yourself!


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........


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