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  • Triumph :]

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    Well today, I was playing a game of Search and Destroy on High Rise, didnt have my mic in as I really dont like to hear people scream and yell how they won >.<. ANYWAY. There was a ehh I say 12 or 11 year old talking trash from the other team, on... More
  • Down to the Wire

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    Lately I haven’t been able to be on GIO as much as I would like to due to school. I’m currently a junior in high school, and this is the last semester before college applications start to occur. My goal is to be accepted into an Ivy League college, which... More
  • Community Questions Round Two

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    Hello again everyone! I'm here with your favorite time of the week once more. I'm not going to be able to write a blog that's as complete today, as we're currently slightly homeless (long story, bad moving company, blah blah blah) but... More
  • Attack Of The $10 Backlog Quickie: Steel Diver & Pilotwings Resort

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    I recently spotted Nintendo 3DS launch titles Steel Diver & Pilotwings Resort on sale for the discount price of $5 each. Which is an interesting coincidence, because it just so happens $5 is the exact price at which I will buy any first-party 3DS... More
  • The Hypocrisy of Visceral Games: My Gripes with the Dead Space Developer

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    Being the huge Dead Space fan I am, I was severely disappointed when it was announced that Severed, the DLC for it, was not coming to PC. The original quote is as follows: "“Dead Space 2: Severed will not be available on the PC." -a statement... More
  • Thank You

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    I would like to start by telling you about a website I used to be apart of. It was Pokemon Legacy RPG, a text based rpg on Zetaboards. It is probably still around, I haven't checked in about a year. Google it if you are interested. I joined in late... More
  • Why Ouya's Kickstarter Means Nothing... And Everything

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    In July of 2012, a small team launched a Kickstarter with the hope of amassing funds for a project known as the “Ouya.” The device was and is described as an Android gaming console meant to give gamers control of the environment in which they... More
  • 27/27: Part 1Ɛ: The Curse of wanting Moore

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    While morbid, this is certainly a topic that we should all be aware of. Ever since the 1960’s humanity has been reaping the rewards of a system that seemed too good to be true. That system is Moore’s law, and it’s going to crumble, sooner... More
  • Why We Play Horror Games

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    I've been wondering about this for a while: Why do we enjoy horror games? What attracts us to the idea of being scared and possibly doing something we don't really want to do? To answer that, I examined a few articles about the history and psychology... More
  • What do you name your characters?

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    Some games allow you to name characters. Some games don't have default names for those characters. What do you name them if they don't have a default name? Do you name them XxXxXGamer420XxXxX? Probably not, but some people use that as their names... More
  • Until Dawn: A Horror Surprise

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    On Wednesday the 10th, I attended the GameStop Expo 2014 and by far the biggest surprise of the show (for me) was Supermassive's Until Dawn. This certainly wasn't the first I'd heard of the game. In fact, I'd had it on preorder nearly... More
  • Embrace the Past or Shut Up

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    I recently got into a heated argument with a friend over the relevancy of backwards compatibility in today’s world. I was a little pissed after Don Mattrick’s comment about the players who like backwards compatibility being “backwards”... More