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  • The Music in Games

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    Now I know we all have played that one game whose soundtrack has us addicted (of course the game itself had us hooked too). What was your game? Was it an RPG or FPS or some other type of game? I'll tell you my game whose soundtrack had me hooked.... More
  • On iPhone Games

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    Alright... so GI recently ran a story about the impending release of Minecraft for iPhone. Notch says that it won't be a complete port, but most of the game will be up and running on iOS this year. I might be imagining this, but the tone of GI's... More
  • Robot in the Corner Podcast: Episode 21

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    Episode 21 is available now. This week, Titus has some deals, and Dean shares his impressions of Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Break audio taken from music by Spoken . Click here to play this audio clip Have you gotten the tentacles upgrade for Jordan in NBA 2K11... More
  • Mario Kart Wii Review: Beginners' Luck

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    There is no question that this game is a worthy addition to the Mario Kart family. Colorful, familiar graphics and simple, chaotic gameplay has always been a great mix and has always served the series well. Despite all of this, something felt off about... More
  • Katamari Damacy Review: The Original Joy-Bringer

    Just remembering my first time playing this game, the first in the famed Katamari series, brings up a lot of happy memories. Katamari was perhaps the greatest breath of fresh air in a generation of consoles where violent and/or realistic-ish games were... More
  • Donkey Kong Barrel Blast Review: Total Monkey Business

    This is yet another review in my new "Review Blog", featuring multiple games that can't be "officially" reviewed on Gameinformer.com. My first game featured a game I really like, The Darkness, so I thought I'd counter that... More
  • The Darkness Review: A Dark, Atmospheric Thriller

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    Notice: This is the first in a series of User Reviews of games that can't "officially" be reviewed on Gameinformer.com. Many of these reviews were written years ago for IGN, and I will now attempt to transfer them over via my new "Review... More
  • In-game Advertising

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE First of all, I would like to say that this is an essay I wrote in Eng. 101 and it addresses advertising. My instructor insisted that the essay would generally revolve around using only magazine articles... More
  • {UPDATE #2!} Gameinformer Online Radio

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    A show, by the GIO users, for the GIO users.

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  • Band of Bloggers #2

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    How important is our identity online? Is it just another aspect of our "real life" identity, and equally important? That's something I had to consider when Saint sent me the question for this week's Band of Bloggers entry (and many thanks... More
  • Online Video games Meant for Recreation

    Internet presents significant amusement and leisure services. Entertainment web sites are acknowledged to include a great variety of numerous resources divided into groups that may contain: anecdotes as well as funny stories; pictures, photos along with... More
  • A fantastic technique to expend time with spouse and children playing Farmville

    I keep hearing about this factor on Facebook known as Farmville. People preserve referring to how good it can be. I determined I wished to consider it out for myself. I know that my sister has gotten fairly excellent at it. I see her actively playing... More