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  • Story Time! Part IV

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    You can catch the Beginning of the story here: http://www.gameinformer.com/members/god-of-irony/blogs/default.aspx When we last left Odin Fog: "what are you waiting for?" cried the older member, the younger member then cocked the hammer of the... More
  • Dragon Age II and Making Better Games

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    In my previous blog post , I talked about the storytelling in games. In this post I will be talking about much the same thing, but with a focus on a game that I recently completed: Dragon Age II. In my previous post I talked about how games shouldn’t... More
  • Druid Leveling Spec - Which is the best for leveling fast?

    Okey here we go. For me Druid is perhaps one of the most interesting classes in World of Warcraft. This is because it is a true hybrid class, being able to fill up any roll in the game: tank, dps, healer. Thus you can always change when you go tired playing... More
  • Doraemon Games

    There are many people who really love Doraemon games. From a design and development sampling we are talking about games that do not necessarily require extensive usage of a computer central processing unit. The reason why is because a lot of the graphics... More
  • Battle: Los Angeles – Blockbuster Movie; Low Budget Games…

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    This past weekend I did something I don't do too often - I went to the movies. Yep, took the whole family +1 (son's girlfriend) to see Battle: Los Angeles . I'm not even exaggerating when I say it cost $45.00 for 5 tickets and that's with... More
  • ZENG THIS!!! Its your weekly Update for Games, Movies and Comics

    So this week is a weird week. We have Battle: LA, where the U.S. gets invaded by Aliens. Then we have HomeFront where the year is 2027 and the U.S. has been invaded by United Korea. And the Americans have to fight back Red Dawn style. I see a theme going... More
  • Hmmm Story Anyone?

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    Alright, after playing Homefront, I really have thought of the idea about war at home. However, my iteration of this idea is different. Let me tell you the plot setup. 2011: Libyan war raises fuel prices. US tries to place No-Fly-Zone in Libya, however... More
  • Open letter to EA: You're Wrong

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    Let me start off by saying this is in response to Frank Gibeau's recent comments . I'm sure that you've all read them, but the part that I would like to concentrate on is this: "Look, when you're building new IPs and you're building... More
  • The Foibles of Metacritic

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    As we've seen recently, with the latest report of THQ Stock dropping based, in part, on reviews , analysts seem to be looking at Metacritic as a metric for a game's commercial success. This discussion was brought up, partly, in nickha0's recent... More
  • Goal Check: Week 8

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    Welcome GI community! To this week's Goal Check! Join me this week as I breakdown my list of goals. Did I beat them or did they beat me? Then find out what I got in store for next week as I take it to the cold depths of space, try to finish a down... More
  • Game Informer Reader Recap: April 2011 (Issue 216)

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    After nearly a month's hiatus of blogging, I have made my way back to one of the things I love to do, after experiencing some rough times. This was a series I originally planned on launching last month, but just wound up not being able to do it for... More
  • About Shooting Games

    Internet based shooting games, as with loads of other game genres, have increased in attraction over the last decade. This is due to the quantity of cash that is to be made inside the game business in form of promotion and the selling of the end result... More