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I've been an editor at Game Informer for about three and a
half years now, and one of the most rewarding aspects of my job is interacting
with the community. While coming up with some feature ideas for this month, I
decided what better way spend more time with our readers than by answering some
of their most burning questions?
So, here's how it will work: You ask a bunch of questions in
the comments section, and later this week I'll pick my favorite and post them
in a separate feature. Feel free to ask me anything, but here's a little more background
information about me in case you need topic ideas.
Ask your questions in the comments below, then check back
later in the week for answers!
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Where is the best place to get crazy pizzas in your town?
How much do you really dislike Dan Ryckert? Do you two have a rivalry or does he just annoy you?
Do you watch The Walking Dead? Do you think they could make a good, next-gen, AAA gaming experience? Like Survival Instinct, but actually good?
Are you always so naturally sassy? Is that why you don't go on Replays and other shows very much? Is it because you're so in touch with your inner-Squidward or are you just always that funny?
Do you actually have nightmares from the Ninja Gaiden bats after that Super Replay? Is your workout actually that intense? Will you ever go back to Replay or wear a Batman costume again?
Has there ever been anything that you have done that you felt too ashamed of to list in one of your guides?
Has it always been????I did start playing video games,at the beginning.I still have(either my son or my daughter) a intellivision.It still plays most of the games.I even B17 bomber.Which had to have the voice module,to play it also.The reason for the history lesson??when I started.I had time to play,the games.I also got married.And had a kid or two.So I had to put it away.Now,that I have started playing,again.I read a lot of material.When I read most magazines.They refer to older games.I didn't get to play a lot of those games.It seems to leave myself,in the dark.To what it is that the writer is trying to say.I would like to know!!!How does a magazine or any article.Make up for this generational gap??And,still make a valid point?????Second,what is the longest question you have ever been asked????
My job involves making pizza. So, if I were to make you a pizza, and mail it to your office, what are the chances that you could 'professionally' liberate a game from the vault, and send that my way?
Also, where did 'Hangtime' originate from, Hangtime? And how do you feel about that nickname?
Here's a question I've alway wondered-Do game reviewers have to beat or finish a game before they write a review? What is the worst pizza topping? (Hint- it's pineapple).Do reviewers ever have to buy games or do they just get free copies from the developers? Do YOU feel the WiiU is already dead?
Which current generation game do you think had the best story?
In the past years of gaming many GREAT titles have come but because of the limitations of tech at the time the art and gameplay suffered, if you could choose any 5 game franchises/titles to restart which would it be?
What sort of degree/ bachelor/ diploma/ qualifications are needed to get a job with GI?
Is Dan really the dumbest person in the universe, or is it just in this galaxy?
What are some upcoming games you plan to write 'professional guides' for?
During the E3 PS4 reveal, you didn't say much compared to Mike and Matt. I am really interested in hearing more about your opinion. What are some of the things that you like or dislike about Sony's conference or PS4?
How much play time do you allow a game before starting to form an opinion about it? Is the first impression of a game the most important aspect to you, or do you prefer to take the total package into account?
How close are you to killing Ben Hanson?
Is Ray Donovan an unofficial GTA game based series?
Have you ever played any of the Jak and Daxter games? If so, would like you like to see a 4th Jak game from Naughty Dog, and what would you like to see in it (larger open world, more weapons, etc.)? Also, how do you feel about pizza chains, such as Pizza Hut and Domino's?
What do you think of the revamped Cosetta's in St. Paul?
Are pizza-based video games pretty much a instant win for you, given your lofty reputations?
What was it like winning the Super Replay Showdown despite being the underdog in every round according to the Facebook group?
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck pizza pies?