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  • The News - 05.05.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! Getting right into it today, we have two topics of interest that we will be covering today. First off, we will once again be touching on the subject of Sony and the dilemmas facing PlayStation Network ; this time covering... More
  • 10 Greatest Video Game Heroes

    It's time for a look at the other end of the spectrum. If you enjoyed my look at the most evil villains in video games then you should really like this list. Heroes are everywhere in our culture; the warriors of the Iliad and the Odyssey , Neo from... More
  • You got your video game in my movie!! A top 10 list of games in movies

    We all know the horror that happens more often then not when Hollywood makes a video game movie. But have you ever watched a movie and been thrilled to see one of your favorite games playing in the background? Although, sadly the movies can't even... More
  • My Time Has Come...

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    At some point in everyone's time that they have to know when their time has come. I've been on a steady decline in my activity on the site in the past few weeks, and I can't really say what exactly it is. However, I do know one thing, I can... More
  • May the 4th Be With You... *Gamebeast23456 Nerds Out Over Star Wars Day*

    You hear the distinctive John Williams score, you see the intro story go by with a backdrop of darkness. Instantly, a nerd of any caliber realizes exactly what he is watching.... Star Wars is a rare phenomenon. A movie series so fabulously directed (yes... More
  • Paradise Found, Paradise Lost, and Paradise Deferred: How Games Explore Our Longing for Utopia

    In these trying economic times, we often want to escape from the reality of uncertainty and frustration to some sort of fantasy. The best classic example of this is "The Wizard of Oz" where Dorothy walks out of the black and white farmhouse... More
  • If I could design a game - Concept #2: The Trials of Valor

    As apart of a series of blogging I'm doing. The series intention is to convey my ideas of some dream concepts of mine (that one day I hope to make into a reality) for video games. I aim to make sure each idea has a new innovative concept yet to implemented... More
  • Never Let Me Go Movie Review

    WARNING: The following review contains a somewhat major spoiler involving Never Let Me Go 's strange, original premise. If you've read the Kazuo Ishiguro novel, you'll know what I'm talking about, but if you want to come into the film... More
  • Strategy Guides - When Should You Use One?

    Like many of you here at GI, my last few weeks have been filled with beautiful visions of blue and orange portals, dancing in my head. Portal 2 has been consuming all of my gaming time lately. Suffice to say I've only been playing for about an hour... More
  • Goal Check: Week 15

    Previously on Goal Check. I attempted to play three very different games on their hardest difficulty and was successful. I also reached level 8 in the Gears of War 3 multiplayer beta and got every gold medallion in Raskulls. After completing all of my... More
  • Why Valve isn't making Half-Life 3

    So I understand that is a very presumptuous and possibly inflammatory headline. Before you start sending me angry messages, please note that it is simply my pessimistic belief that Valve have moved on from the Half-Life franchise. Not only did Gabe Newell... More
  • Mortal Kombat Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Mortal Kombat Review Kid Safe: Very Low Game Quality: High Genre: Fighter - This game features a number of different characters, most often with certain special powers, fighting back and forth against each... More