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  • 31/31 Day 27: Fire Emblem

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    First off Happy Birthday to Drym. i know your ahead of my time and technically your birthday will probably have passed already, but your present was yesterdays post. I know you love KotOR. This is really my first blog post of my absolute favorite games... More
  • Call of Duty: Caught in a Crossfire

    The fiery rivalry between EA's ripening Battlefield franchise and Activision's prestigious Call of Duty is no secret. However, it appears Electronic Arts is about to throw a little gas on the flames. In an interview with DICE, producer Patrick... More
  • Dragons' Dogma: short brief and hands-on !!!

    Mixing Dragon Age, Shadow of the Colosses and Monster Hunter Tri together isn't just tasting good for the RPG-gourmet player, it also looks great at the screen. In Capcoms newest RPG-project: Dragons Dogma you are slipping into the role of a young... More
  • A Dream for Soul Calibur 5

    Soul Calibur 2 is without a doubt my favorite fighting game. Ever. There is just something about it that even today after playing both Soul Calibur 3 and 4 that brings me back for more. The fast and fluid combat is easy to pick up and play but still contains... More
  • False Alarm: My Father Is Not Part of the BRONY Quest

    The mystery has been solved: My father will not be part of the BRONY Quest. As it turns out, he wasn't being sarcastic about watching it, but he drew out when I pointed out that I was going to blog seriously about it. If you're wondering why he's... More
  • GIO Poetry Corner: Edition #1

    So, with a couple weeks' worth of outreach and work, I've been able to gather TEN submissions of poetry for the first GIO Poetry Corner post. I don't know about the rest of you people here, but this really excites me. I don't know how... More
  • Revealing the project we started about a week ago!!

    Approximately 1 week ago, I posted a forum post on the Role-Playing Group. This project was intended to create an RPG. It may sound a bit far-fetched, but nonetheless, it's turning out quite well. What we are doing is creating an RPG with a deep story... More
  • The Indie & Mojo Show Episode 11: With Jack the Quixotic Gamer!

    We have a couple fantastic guests this week. The first is the legendary Jedi Master Yoda and the second is Jack the Quixotic Gamer. Jack stuck around for the entire show, but for some reason Yoda had to leave really early. I think he got shy. This week... More
  • Why the 3DS is Struggling, Not Doomed

    Having just finished a quick play-through of the ten free Nintendo games given to me by the 3DS’s ambassador program, Nintendo’s peace offering to bloodthirsty nerds across the globe, I find myself wondering what caused the eighty dollar price... More
  • Five Things That Undermine Terror

    Continuing the countdown to Halloween, yesterday we looked at the things that horror games need, today we will be looking at the things that video games that deal in horror should avoid at all costs. There might be a couple overlapping points, but I will... More
  • Movie Review #1: "Unstoppable"

    So this is something I might be doing every week, the idea is pretty simple. Review movies. I have Netflix, and i go to the theatre pretty often. The purpose of this is to tell you what I thought about certain movies, and you might just gain interest... More
  • The Formal Announcement of a previously Undercover Operation: Project Fox

    UPDATE: After I made contact with Blaze6106 and Drym, I decided that I'd let Drym do a regular 30/30 on the best games, and ill do my 30\30. However, my 30\30 will now fully be composed of the 30 worst moments in games that I have experienced. This... More