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  • Philosophy with Phlakes: Inherent Value and Perspective

    Well, it’s that time again. And by that time I mean one in the morning and I really should be sleeping but it loosens up my mind. And by that time I also mean the occasion, more philosophy. With me. Phlakes. It’s funny because they both start... More
  • 30/30 Day 17: Are Video Games being used as Propaganda?

    Propaganda is a term that probably holds a negative connotation in your mind. Essentially propaganda manipulates society to believe in a certain cause, and promotes whatever their agenda is. It is "political warfare" even going lengths to lie... More
  • Series that Define Gaming

    We all have a series that we know and love, but what about the classics? What is series` roots? Did they maybe have a more important role in gaming as we know it? There have been turn-based RPGs for as long as you can remeber, however, non have been quite... More
  • My Top 25 Companions

    I like reading peoples Top whatever lists and I did my own My Top 25 Main Characters few days back. So due to the popularity of my last Top 25 list, I'm now doing a companions list. *Note* I'm having trouble getting used to the blog editor and... More
  • Nano Wars game updates

    Hey, mpaof is here to bring you updates. Anyway, here`s this week`s and some of last weeks stuff. I`m busy next Monday. Testing... also I won`t actually be posting pictures. sorry! Amoebattlers- a type of amoeba, it is a basic starting warrior. Sheilgerms... More
  • WGWC #7a - The Unlikely Adventurer

    I will try and do some of the other challenges as well, but I will start with this most recent and work backwards. So Many To Choose From Several "universes" came to mind, when I read about this challenge. The Star Wars universe was my first... More
  • The Future of Games Isn't at the Theater, it is in Your Bookcase

    Not long ago, I was listening to a writer's lecture featuring my favorite science fiction and fantasy author: Orson Scott Card (writer of Ender's Game, Xenocide, Ender's Shadow, and a wide array of other excellent books). During this particular... More
  • Don't Get Too Competitive

    As you may have guessed, I like games, a lot. Me and one of my buddy's both got our PS3's at around the same time, early 2011. My friend already had a 360 and Wii, but for me this was my first current gen console. I played many a game that year... More
  • Women and Games

    This blog is gonna be pretty short because I can some up how I feel in a few sentences. I wish more women played video games. I know, I know. There ARE alot of female gamers in the world its just there aren't much I've ever seen. I'm a guy... More
  • The Unofficial Ultimate Hunger Games: A Small Update

    Hello once again people of Game Informer. This is sorryjzargo with a small update to the Unofficial Ultimate Hunger Games. In my original blog I listed the 24 tributes, and have been providing more information here , here , here , and here . However,... More
  • The Indie & Mojo Show Episode 30: Special Guest Matthew Fugere

    "There's all those shows about teenagers being pregnant all the time so if they're moms then that demographic mixes perfectly together."- Matthew Fugere "This episode may become a little goofier than usual." -Jeremy "We... More
  • Special Announcement: "Let's Play for Child's Play"!

    PersonWaving here after a long stream of silence. Now, you are about to find out why. On MAY 5TH, 2012, I and a friend of mine, will be hosting a four-day long even t, known as " Let's Play for Child's Play". Now you may be asking yourself... More