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  • Nintendo's YouTube Profit Sharing.

    I had to post a blog, to get some of my rage out. The sheer amount of ignorance I'm seeing on the comments is just overwhelming. Let me try and clear this up. 1 - Nintendo previously cut off ALL profit from YouTube videos, featuring their licensed... More
  • Game on friends! Lets have a great 2015!

    I've been a member on Game Informers Website for about six years, and I have finally decided to update my profile and share about my gaming experiences! I hope that if you guys ever end up reading these posts that you will add me and share what you... More
  • Game Franchises That Could Learn From inFAMOUS: Second Son's "Paper Trail"

    InFAMOUS Second Son 's Paper Trail downloadable content didn't exactly receive the same amount of publicity or hype that First Light has gotten. The latter is a standalone game that explores the past of Delsin Rowe's Conduit friend "Fetch... More
  • Looking Ahead - Batman: Arkham Knight

    TheDarkestLink is back for this weeks Looking Ahead blog focusing on the greatly anticipated conclusion to Rocksteady's Arkham trilogy. This game was revealed in 2014 only to be delayed into this June. Batman: Arkham Knight has been shown at E3 2014... More
  • My Top 5 Games From Last Generation

    Earlier this month each GameInformer editor shared with us their personal top five games from last generation. I very much enjoyed reading each list and it made me want to make my own. I initially didn't like the five game restriction, and figured... More
  • Jackson Stone's Top 5 TV Shows of 2014

    2014 was a great year for television even with the recent passing of Breaking Bad (R.I.P.). I feel like this goes without saying, but no mere mortal is able to watch all the great shows that come out in a year, so there will be some notable exclusions... More
  • The Best Podcast on the Citadel, Episode 30


    This week’s topics include Dragon’s Dogma Online, Amiibos and the monthly Games with Gold vs. PS+ debate, and we also discuss our favorite multiplayer maps.

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  • Community Discussion: January Edition

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    January is coming to a close, and with it goes our desire to actually fulfill our New Year's Resolutions (remember those?) as well as the newness of 2015. It's a bittersweet transition, but sweetening this revelation is this month's edition... More
  • Katzenbalger's wacky 'Lords of the Fallen' lynching

    So... Lords of the Fallen. It’s a game that largely went under the radar and forgotten, the sort of title most forget even exists. I bought it on release, played a bit and lost interest. It took me a long time before I actually properly sat down... More
  • Space Engineers and the Xbox One

    Many of you are probably unfamiliar with the game Space Engineers , and that's alright. Space Engineers is a physics based game set in, where else, space. You must mine ore from asteroids to refine and make into components to build all manner of things... More
  • The Two Sides of Sega

    I think Sega is starting to seem like two separate companies. Their mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog, has had a string of terrible games recently. The franchise's 15th anniversary marked the pinnacle of terrible Sonic games, a trend that still lingers.... More
  • No Man's Sky and the possibility of a Xbox One version

    No Man's Sky is probably the years most talked about game, and certainly the most talked about Indie. At this years E3 it was made clear that it was coming to PS4, but no mention of any other gaming device. Something that was also relatively clear... More
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