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  • August 15th, 2011: A Day of Buying and Bashing.

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    Hey guys, remember when Google was a little dinky search engine back in 1998? It's now a multi-national corporation heavily invested in cloud computing and information sharing. Today, they bought Motorola Mobility and thus the Android market. Google's... More
  • The 4th Floor Episode 18: The Age of Consent

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    ( A Special Thank You to Delancey for working tirelessly on our Logo Redesign ) GIO Residents, Welcome to a new episode of The 4th Floor, you can listen to the episode here , as well as locate us on iTunes and Facebook. It's a special deluxe edition... More
  • Finishing Wind Waker for the First Time

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    Recently, I decided I would finally get around to finishing The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. I suppose that statement requires a bit of background. Wind Waker was my first console Zelda. I had been obsessed with A Link to the Past (the re-release... More
  • When a Noob Wants to Write...

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    In my previous blog, I gave out a plot for a book I would love to write. Having no experience with prose or writing a novel, only thirty or so poems, and a few blogs here, I'm a huge noob at writing... So... I send out an SOS... If anyone one this... More
  • Handheld Arena: 5 Reasons Why the PSV Will be Better than the 3DS

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    WARNING: OPINIONS AHEAD. I've never been one to consider myself a fanboy of any console or company. If they make a product I want, then I'll buy it. If I don't have their competitor's product, it doesn't mean I only like them. However... More
  • Oblivion Still Rocks

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    Tamriel, oh Tamriel, the day ends, but you still call, oh Tamriel. In anticipation of Skyrim I decided to tackle modding out Oblivion finally. Needless to say the results speak for themselves. But one screenshot can't encompass the dramatic improvements... More
  • What Do You Want From The Wii-U

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    Well, this generation is coming to an end and Nintendo has cast the first stone with the Wii-U. A console that, trying to be nice here, has the single dumbest name in the history of console gaming next to the Neo-Geo. One has to wonder what Nintendo was... More
  • The Dragyn's Lair: Why Does Summer Suck For Gamers?

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    When I was a kid, I lived for summer. I'm sure that's true for most of the gamers on this site. But as I am now a working professional with kids of my own, summer's just another season, with one glaring exception: the grueling gaming drought... More
  • Why Have I Stopped Beating Games All the Way Through?

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    Back in the day, when the N64 was king, I plowed through games just like any good gamer would. I've beaten games from every genre, from Diddy Kong Racing to Gauntlet Legends to Golden Eye: 007. There wasn't a game I played that I would shy away... More
  • Apozem's Super Favorite Characters Extraordinaire

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    Favorites Week is off to a decent start... at least I think so. Anyway, I thought I'd keep the ball rolling with a small list of my preferred characters in gaming. I tried to keep the list short, and refused to include any silent protagonists. Sorry... More
  • Robot in the Corner Podcast: Episode 44

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    robotinthecorner.com Episode 44 is available now. This week, we share our listeners' choices for work related super powers, Wes shares his impressions of the Madden 12 demo, Titus talks about the return of the American Top Gear, and Dean gives his... More
  • Jeanne D'Arc-Rewriting History with an SRPG Twist

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    As many of you know, I am a huge fan of Disgaea. When it comes to turn-based combat, (and especially as a parent who needs to have a game that I can pick up and put down in short bouts without worrying about dying or severely breaking up the gameplay... More