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In The Name Of ProgressMarco Polo shares an
interesting perspective on advances in technology, the impact it is having on
the video game industry, and what we might expect from the next generation of
3DS Is Totally Worth ItIf you still haven't purchased
a Nintendo 3DS even though it's been out for two years, GoldvsSilver
explains why he thinks this portable gaming device is worth the money.
Difference Between Assassin's Creed And Call Of DutyJohn Wrek compares and
contrasts two widely popular series with this blog about Assassin's Creed and
Call of Duty, with results you may or may not agree with. Join the discussion
and share your thoughts.
Favorite Injustice Characters (So Far)Those who know born4this know
what a DC universe fan he is. It shouldn't be a surprise how much he is
enjoying Injustice: Gods Among Us, as illustrated in this blog about his
Iwata Is Ahead Of The Curve By Changing NowStonecutters908 weighs in on
Nintendo's decision to skip the traditional E3 presentation format and why he
thinks this might be a good thing for the industry's biggest trade show event.
A Zombie Has Warts, Would You Notice?Kyle Wadsworth returns in
familiar fashion with a photo-rich and entertaining blog chronicling his time
playing Dead Island Riptide, the sequel to the hit zombie
apocalypse game from 2011.
10 Love TrianglesThe master of top ten lists,
thegodofwine7, takes a risqué approach with this somewhat mature look at his
favorite love triangles, so reader discretion advised (even though he spares us
10 Trees In GamingWe've seen top ten lists for
all sorts of interesting collections, but never one quite as original as this
list by xl9, which explores his favorite trees found in various video games. Who
Gods Among UsThe veteran
fighting series should be feeling the pressure from Injustice: Gods Among Us,
the new title from NetherRealm featuring a full roster of
superheroes from the DC Universe.
Great Indie CaperOne of the
great GIO bloggers, David Chandler proves he can publish equally entertaining
reviews with this analysis of Monaco, a stealth action video game developed by
Injustice, And The American Fighting Game WayAnother
glowing review for Injustice: Gods Among Us, a game Cameron Koch calls one of
the greatest comic book-inspired video games ever, and more than just a simple
Candy & Brawling Together In One PackageThe Monster Hunter awards a mediocre score to Code of
Princess, an action role-playing hack-and-slash video game for the Nintendo 3DS
or available for download in the Nintendo eShop.
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General Mills44 (2); GoldvsSilver; hitchhikerwaffle; Jack Gardner; Jack Treese
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