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  • Community Member of the Year

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    Community Member of the Year 2011 has been a great year for Gi and for it's community. From the amazing 200 th issue of Gameinformer Magazine to the plethora of new users and great Blogs this year. It has come to my notice that Gi does a "Best... More
  • DUST514 News (PS3 scifi MMOFPS) [New armor info]

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    CCP, the devs of Dust 514 have been doing this series of blog posts on certain features of the game via the PlayStation Blogs. I haven't noticed any big game news sites paying attention, so I suppose I'll share this info. The subject of these... More
  • Attention Firefly Fans: I Am Now One Of You As Well

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    One of the many, many reasons Netflix is the greatest thing ever invented in the history of mankind is its extensive backlog of television shows past and present. As long as you don't mind watching something that's not quite current, you can find... More
  • Perspective: A List of Things About Us Gamers Pt. 2

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    A while ago I came up with a list of 15 nuances that help describe gamers as a whole. Over time, I've added some more important aspects that I've noticed, but failed to mention in the last edition.

    I've been thinking about things that gamers do, how we behave, and what we enjoy about games. So, here's a list of the things I thought were worth pointing out to the game developer out there that might want a gamer's input on how to win over an audience for their game. Or, more than likely, you're a fellow gamer who's got nothing better to do than check the blogging section of GI.com. Here goes nothing:

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  • The IMF Incredibles: A Ghost Protocol Review

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    I'm tempted to call this Ghost Recon, but Ghost Protocol definitely fits in the growing canon of Mission Impossible films. It does, however, signal a dramatic shift from the previous installment especially. Whether that works or not depends on your... More
  • Freedom Of Choice?

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    In many games today we are given the 'choice' to do what we want, be good or evil, even shape our own fate! To me this is all just lies. I love Skyrim to death but I was thinking about it yesterday, is this game really that good? There is a clear... More
  • The Elder Scrolls VI: What Needs To Stay, What Needs To Leave(UPDATE)

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    I'd like to say that this blog will be mostly about Daggerfall, the 2nd game in the Elder Scrolls games. I was reading about it, and it seems so amazing. I'd like to play it, but even with my computer, it's probably too advanced for it. And... More
  • Portrait of a Modern Day Gamer.

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    Just this last week me and one of my friends at work were having a conversation about games that we've recently enjoyed playing. Upon hearing our conversation one of my other coworkers asked "Don't you guys think you have a toxic friendship... More
  • The Crunching of Critters

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    There are few games that I would give a 10 to if I was forced to rate them. Actually, there are four; Bioshock, Uncharted 2, Borderlands and... Critter Crunch, is adorable, funny, charming, challenging, and creative. It takes the simple puzzle game that... More
  • Side Quest Heaven

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    I'm disappointed at how fast I'm going through Skyward Sword. I wanted the game to last me quite a while, yet about a week ago I reached the final dungeon. Now I could probably clear this dungeon in a good hour or 2, but I don't want to finish... More
  • Gaming's Three Golden Eras

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    The video game industry adapts in phases, growing rapidly then refining what they've done into something better before growing rapidly again. My goal is to define these periods of rapid growth and refinement. To define Gaming's Golden Eras. Note... More
  • Skyrim: 113 Ways To Die!

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    Here's a question for Skyrim fans. Do you remember how you died? Did it go something like this? Enjoy More