The lights are on
As this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) draws
to an end, the video game world has lots to
be excited about in anticipation of the next generation of consoles. In all the
excitement, let's not forget about the community of bloggers here at Game
Informer though, by reading and commenting on their blogs.
June 03 – June 09, 2013Number of User
Blogs: 66Number of User
Bloggers: 49Number of User
Blogs Herded: 10
Life 2013 – Team GIOA Public Service Announcement reminding viewers Zachary
Pligge is the coordinator for Team GIO and this year's Extra Life charity event
scheduled for November 02, 2013. Contact him for all of the details.
I Am Losing My Love ForAzure Moon discusses an issue
many of us have had to deal with in this conversation about video game series
we're initially a fan of but start to lose interest in as time goes by.
With The ApocalypsePossibly overshadowed by the
events leading up to E3, DJH shares his thoughts about the recent release of
State of Decay, an open-world zombie survival horror game developed by Undead
Creed IV: Black Flag – An Ideal EvolutionNikolas Davidoff logs his
extensive exploration into Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, the swashbuckling
pirate adventure and next chapter in Ubisoft's famed Assassin's Creed story.
My Morally Grey?A rather interesting blog by
AshaMan3000 addressing a character's moral compass and how
characters tend to be really good or really bad but seldom ever seem to be truly
"Call of Duty: Ghosts" Can Transcend Its PredecessorsMultipart blogs are often passed
over for Blog Herding, but DrJoeystein's analysis of how the next Call of Duty
game can be better than all the others is able to stand on its own and is worth
Nintend'oh!The Prince of Snark Euphoric
Ennui I's blog focusing on the criticism directed at Nintendo might be light on
the snark compared to some of his others, but it's still an entertaining read.
The Perfect Gaming ApocalypseGiven the post-apocalyptic
theme is a popular one among video games, John Wrek scours the long list of
games with similar content to collect the essential elements to build the
343 For PlayStranger is a stranger no more
(it's been awhile since we've seen him post) with this blog exploring potential
causes for the unexplained decline in Halo 4 multiplayer activity.
10 Introductory SequencesThe philosophy of "you only get
one chance to make a first impression" is true even in our games. Thegodofwine7 examines his favorite opening scenes that set the tone for
the rest of the game.
GI Avatars: AdventuresWorking off an adventure theme,
TurdFurgy delights the crowd with another round of custom Game Informer avatars
including Elizabeth from Bioshock: Infinite and Abe from the Oddworld series.
review scores and varying opinions, John Wrek conducts his own exhaustive
research and analysis of Remember Me, an action-adventure stealth game
published by Capcom.
Mansion: Dark Moon – This Moon Shines BrightDesertOcelot
plays through Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and awards the game a near-perfect
score, praising the story and puzzles before claiming it is a
"must-have" title for your Nintendo 3DS.
Great Gem Of A TD Game Mixed With A Card SystemIn this
brief but fair review, Nickywhat sticks up for Prime World: Defenders after
feeling Game Informer's official review was a bit on the harsh side. If you
like tower defense games, you might like this.
Retro-Coolness Of Far Cry 3: Blood DragonWhat do you get when you cross the
bizarre premise behind Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon with the colorfully articulate
musings of David Chandler? An
entertaining summary of the equally enjoyable Far Cry 3 DLC.
Community Podcasts And Videos:
JIM Show Podcast Blow-Out Release Party!It's been far too long since we've heard the Jacked Up
Indie and Mojo show, but this week marks their triumphant return with a monster
edition featuring a number of episodes and special guests.
Don't forget to send your feedback, recommendations, and
community events in to my personal Game Informer account located here to
ensure this feature continues to provide the content you're eager to read.
Your friendly neighborhood blogging community (06/03/13 – 06/09/13):Alex (2); Ali
Rapp; Andrew Ryan; AshaMan3000; ATOMIC; Azure Moon; blaxar; BLT; Bony4D;
bunnyking (4); Cameron Koch (2); cerpintaxman; @ChrisContinues; Companion Cube;
demax51; DJH ; DrJoeystein; Eric Watson; Gaming Warthog; General Mills44;
HarmlessKiller; Jack Gardner (2); jackson stone; Joe Fathead; John Hunter; John
Wrek; Jon Gregory aka JMan240; Kid Ica; LetMeGetToACheckpoint; Marco Polo;
maxmaher; MeanMustacheMan; Mike; Nikolas Davidoff; Prince of Snark Euphoric
Ennui I; Reptar7 (2); RezidentHazard (rides again); Saturday Morning Replay;
Servant of God; Solid Shoob; Stranger; TasmanianGecko; The Destroyer (5);
thegodofwine7; TurdFurgy; UltiMat3ProDGy07; Vogon5; WarHawke; and yours
Video Game Archives – Quote of the Week:"Girls
make games too." – Kim Swift
Email the author Saint, or follow on Game Informer.
I wasn't particularly satisfied with Part 2, Saint, but I'm very happy you enjoyed it! I'm just too harsh on myself. Thanks!
Thank you once again Saint. Great to see some attention getting to work pointed away from the undeniable allure of E3.