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  • Quick, get me my keyboard! Gamedonator Week 5 has sneaked up on me!

    I take some time off to focus on other work, and look what happens. Now, here we are, and an event has already passed us. This article will be kind of a rush job, so bear with me. On Wednesday, January 25th, a 12 hour livestream, known as 12 Hour LiveStream... More
  • Categorizing: A Different Debate on Gameplay and Story

    We've all seen blogs that argue whether heavy story or heavy gameplay is the preferred factor, but I'm here to talk with you about what kind of games are better with a gameplay or story focus. I've picked the most popular genres and given... More
  • An Ode to Chuck

    So here comes a blog post that may seem to have little to do with gaming, but just hold in there... it comes at the end. Many of you may have seen a show called Chuck. Five years ago, it first came on NBC and pleased critics everywhere. It immediately... More
  • Anime That You Might Have Missed: Part Two

    Last week I talked about Katekyo Hitman Reborn. This week I will talk about something quite a bit more obscure, as far as America counts. By this, I mean I will be talking about Star Driver: Kagayaki no Takuto (Takuto of the Radiance). *Spoiler Alert... More
  • Why Sony is not doing as good as it should.

    Now first and foremost I am not trying to start a console war argument after all M$, Sony and Ninty all have there strong points and I think they are all great game company's. Instead this blog is about why I think Sony is not doing as good as they... More
  • Tanks for the Memories

    Open world games encourage exploration, both of the virtual world and gameplay. That's never more true than with fantasy role playing games like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. But a free roam shooter does not inspire one's imagination in quite the... More
  • Breaking the controller - Is playing on the hardest difficulty worth it?

    12:00 a.m... After a couple days or weeks of adventuring in my favorite RPG or action adventure game, I finally reach the final boss and defeat him. In that instant, my adventure, not to mention my playthrough, comes to an end. After watching the credits... More
  • The Binding of Isaac

    I'm writing today about my newest game obsession, The Binding of Isaac. The game was created by the co-creator of one of my favorite indie games, Super Meat Boy. The co-creator in question is Edmund McMillan who drew most of the art for Super Meat... More
  • Giant Bomb Reveals BEST SSX Gameplay!

    We are a month and 2 days away from the release of our childhood video game, SSX :D. Today at at EA redwood shores, Giant Bomb's Ryan Davis will be talking with SSX producer, Connor Dougan about SSX and will be revealing more information about the... More
  • The Indie & Mojo Show Episode 22: Special Guest Kyle-Don't Forget the M-Hilliard

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    "Hey Kyle um...remember that time that you were on Replay?" "Yeah" "That was awesome!" Hey um Kyle...remember that time when you were on The Indie & Mojo Show?" "Well, yeah." "Um...that was awesome... More
  • Five Mediocre Games I Enjoyed

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    In these past few years, we've seen some amazing games. From Bioshock, to Red Dead Redemption, and so many others I don't have room to name, there's been no shortage of awesome stuff to play. However, one thing I've noticed is among all... More
  • Why SSX Will Always Be My Favorite Game

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    I am really excited about the new SSX coming out on February 2012, and i hope you guys are too. for those of you who have never heard of the new SSX hears a recent trailer But the SSX that I'm really talking about is the first SSX in 2000. here's... More