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  • LG vs sony

    Korean electronics giant LG is seeking to block the sales of PlayStation 3 consoles in America as its ongoing patent fight has taken a new twist. The case, which has been filed with the International Trade Commission, has its roots in complaints Sony... More
  • The Book Retort Ep 2 Of XX: Star Wars Republic Commando Triple Zero

    First of all let me tell you what this is: i will Recommend the most recommendable(I guess) of the books i read said week. It won't be every week and i might do more then one a week if I've read more then one recommendable book. however I'm... More
  • Compelling Reasons to Buy a PlayStation 3

    At the beginning of this console generation, I was absolutely sure I wouldn't be buying a PS3 at all. It was ridiculously bulky, overpriced, and was lacking in exclusives compared to the 360. Not to mention, it spawned a plethora of internet memes... More
  • Weekend Recap – Where I’m at and where I’m headed…

    I had a great weekend. Very busy and productive. I got a lot of tasks done around the house and even had plenty of time to get some gaming in. I might've written a blog or two. I don't really recall. Hah. I'm so funny, I know. Anyway, I sit... More
  • Bjdbuch Interviews Ben Hanson!

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    Hello guys. This week I had the pleasure of interview GI Video Guy Ben Hanson! Thank you Ben for letting me dive into your gaming personality! Without further ado Ben Hanson! 1. Why did you decide to apply for a job at Game Informer? Being a passionate... More
  • Battlefield 3 Information

    So, I got some news from the internet on the highly anticipated Battlefield 3, that GameInformer has not announced. So, if your abit behind, then here's a link to the original page and reveal trailer, because I don't want to waste your time if... More
  • The Top Ten Most Important Games Released in January 2011

    While January is normally considered dry as far as video game releases though, last month changed all that with the release of quite a few high profile games. Let me tell you about the top ten most important games of last month, and why they can't be overlooked. Be sure to look for a list like this at the end of next month for February's titles!... More
  • Reliving the Adventure: The Secret of Monkey Island

    Grab a grog and pull up a chair. It's time to reexamine one of the most influential point and click adventure games to ever exist. The Secret of Monkey Island was conceived and designed by Ron Gilbert who had achieved a good deal of success already... More
  • Those Crazy Kings Hiding Their Loot

    Playing games like Uncharted and Tomb Raider (or imagining playing, as I haven't played any of the latter), I often wonder as I'm jumping from ledge to ledge, trying to keep from that fatal plunge to my death 200 feet below: why is this here?... More
  • Prestige+HDTV leads to worsening of my Black Ops Skills

    Just this past week, I upgraded to HD from standard definition. I had been excited, figuring that I was only going to get better. I had Prestiged the night before the television came in, and everything was set up for what I thought was going to be better... More
  • fami-clones Just what the doctor (Mario) ordered? (Edited on 2-7-11)

    While surfing the "net" (I hate that expression it should be while sitting on my butt with nothing else to do). I came across a site selling fami-clones. For those that do not know what a fami-clone is, It is a hardware device that is used to... More
  • The Best Video Game Soundtracks - 3 of XX

    So... here I am. Writing another entry into the series. I'll be pretty busy with schoolwork and gaming in the coming weeks, (Marvel Vs. Capcom! Alan Wake replay! Bulletstorm! English!) so I may not be able to write anymore for a while. We'll see... More