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  • So Finally NMG is getting the recognition they deserve

    I was at the my local rock bar called Clancys a few years back. They usually have some great local music come through there and a few artists from out of townwho are on the national bar tour circuit ( who are makin a name for themselves ) stop through... More
  • My Response To Everything!

    I wasn't even going to log on until Tactical Rash got back, but then I started to get the shakes... Since I've been away for such a long time (it seems like forever!) I've decided to condense all of my missed activity into one extra strength... More
  • *UPDATED* A Novel Idea – Video Game Inspired Books…

    The third blog I ever posted here at Game Informer was titled "A Novel Idea". It was one of those blogs that I liked but wasn't all that popular, largely due to the fact that it didn't make the front page of the user created blogs. I've... More
  • Moral Choice in Video Games

    WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Mass Effect, Fallout 3: The Pitt DLC, The Dark Knight, and Watchmen (The book and the movie). You've been warned. Moral Choice systems in games have become fairly popular now. If I remember correctly... More
  • Disco may be dead, but PC Gaming isn't.

    It's the classic end-of-the line scenario. A group, person, or thing assists pioneering an idea, product, or a movement, and now that the product has passed the worth of the means, the means must be irradicated. It is much the same with gaming on... More
  • Don't finish Fallout: New Vegas until you've done everything

    That's basically what Obsidian is saying. Remember your frustration at the end of Fallout 3 , when the game ended and that was it? No opportunity to continue playing? And how, after the fan outcry, Bethesda changed this with the Broken Steel DLC,... More
  • Some depressing News...

    Well i have some news. School has officially started for me, and i most definetly wont as active as i have been latley. I wasnt able to do the Blog Achievements this past week, so I'll do another one on saturday. People who work with me on this, please... More
  • VGchartz reveals some exciting tidbits for this fall

    The results are interesting. Despite all the naysayers claiming Halo was a dying franchise that no one really cared about anymore. Halo Reach has now rose above Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 in pre-orders leading up to the release (america results.)... More
  • In Defense of the Short and Easy Game, With A Limited Amount of Worthless Collectables

    Estimated time to read this blog: 5-7 minutes So, you beat Battletoads back in the day, did you? You know every Ninja Gaiden level by heart, you say? You've played through Fallout 3 twice, collecting every achievement and item along the way? What's... More
  • Freedom of speech - Why do so many people misunderstand it?

    One of the most misunderstood concepts I've ever seen is the freedom of speech granted by the U.S. Constitution. This has been one of my pet peeves (I hate that phrase, but it fits) for a while now, and some people who have seen my comments on this... More
  • Why do we assume Kinect and Move will Fail?

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    Ok so sine the Kinect and Move have been announced the majority of gamers I have spoken with think the these will fail .Personally I always thought they would because they don't attract me the non-casual gamer, I guess you could say many others would... More
  • Dog Daze: The Ballad of Kane & Lynch

    The disclaimer at the beginning of Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days should have addressed game design as a potential offense given the outpouring of vicious attacks directed at the developer and publisher in the wake of the game's release last Tuesday... More