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  • Redundancy: The Movie (A true story about a redundant genre, that is repetitious.)

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    I've posted this in a couple of places chief among them being the Error! Not Found blog over in this general area . I thought I'd post it on the GI Blogs because a lot of what I say can be transcribed over to the video game medium as well. The... More
  • Half Minute Hero and XBLA cures boredom

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    Xbox Live Arcade is probably the best thing about Xbox Live. I find so many great games to occupy myself with, whether they are old school arcade titles with a new coat of paint (Pac Man Championship Edition DX), fun light hearted shooters (Snoopy Flying... More
  • Top 5 Moments in Online Gaming For a Guy Who Got to the Party Late

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    Alright, truth time. My first experience with online gaming was two years ago. And since then, I've never really gotten full blown into yet. The main reason is my online connection is... unpredictable. I could invest in another router, but I'm... More
  • Journey Impressions - Simple, Hard to Explain, And So Much Fun

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    Wow. This is the only word I managed to get out after I finished what the Journey beta had to offer. To figure out what I just played, I went through it again. And again. And again. I managed to get 4 whole playthroughs in a day's time, and I still... More
  • GIO Comedy: Video Game Characters Go On Strike!

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    The NBA and NFL have recently experienced labor issues between players and owners but now video game characters are getting in on the act. Talks between the newly formed Video Game Character Guild and the Entertainment Merchants Association have fallen... More
  • A Month of Tiring Programming

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    Hey everybody, For those of you who haven't noticed, I have been working on my very first Flash game for about a month now. As you could imagine, all the development was a big pain in the @$-I mean back. But never-the-less, it was also fun and worth... More
  • Printed Game Manuels VS Online Guides....Is the Printed Word Becoming Obsolete?

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    "I don't buy the guide for the fanservicey art-I buy them for the WALKTHROUGHS!" With the internet being at our fingertips nearly every second of the day, the one thing you'd think there'd be less of is paper. But there is still... More
  • Battlefield 3 vs. Modern Warfare 3: Compare and Contrast

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    So I've been thinking about these two games, and since I knew more about the COD series than Battlefield I took a look at what it looked like on Youtube and Gamespot.com. Here is my conclusions on both games: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 This game... More
  • The 4th Floor Episode 14: The Fortnight

    GIO Residents, Welcome to another episode of The 4th Floor. This week week marks the beginning of a new month, and as such our Charity of the Month is different. This month we are focusing on The Red Devils a local Maryland charity that funds services... More
  • Video Game Music: Part 1

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    So today I thought about some of my favorite game music while listening to GIOR. (Let it be known that I am plugging the amazing GIOR) I decided that as I remember really cool music I'll put it up in a blog, at least 4 or 5 each post, so that I don't... More
  • Just an Idea for a Group

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    Before I start this Blog I'd like to thank Demon Ragnarok for clearing some stuff out in the Blog I made yesterday, but was later removed do some confusion and misunderstanding. So, this Blog will clear everything. Thanks to Demon Ragnarok now I know... More
  • L.A. Noire Review

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    After many years of playing as various renegades in open world games, whether it be New York City or the Wild West, Rockstar Games and developer Team Bondi bring us a new type of open world character, the honest cop. Part Grand Theft Auto, part old school... More