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  • The Indie & Mojo Show Episode 12 Part 2

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    This week we present part two of our podcast with Eyros2k, one of the most highly respected individuals on Game Informer Online. We drill Mr. 2k about cats, Diablo, MMO's and what he's drinking. We realize that everyone is mostly interested in... More
  • Looking Back on Classics: X-COM: UFO Defense

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    X-COM: UFO Defense is a strategic turn-based game that was developed by the now defunct Mythos Games in 1994 for PC. It is a turn-based strategy game that has some city building elements that places the player in command of Earth’s defenses during... More
  • 'Twas the night before Skyrim...

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    So here we are, less than 24 hours till Skyrim releases. It's been a long couple weeks waiting for the game as I scoured the NeoGaf forums for info and resisting the temptation to watch leaked YouTube videos of the game in action. Rest easy my friends... More
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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    Greetings all you people browsing 'Blogs' and seeing this as the preview! This is just me talking about how excited I am, so if that doesn't interest you, don't click! For those that did click, I imagine you love The Elder Scrolls as much... More
  • WGWC: Top Ten most Oscar-worthy Crates in Videogames

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    What do you think of when you think of greatness? Is it that moment where you took down the empire? How about that nuke in MW2? Maybe your first thought is from climbing up vines or taking down a helicopter? Well I'm here to let you all know that... More
  • Addicted to BATTLEFIED 3 (and a short statement about CoD at the end)

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    I wasn't exactly exited about BF3 at first. This was because it would only be 24 players on consoles, and there would be no "commander" position, which I heard previous BF games had. Being a MAG player (64-256 player tactical fps), I've... More
  • Sly Cooper HD Review

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    I posted an article about this roughly two weeks ago. I had just started Sly 1 and was anxious to talk about it. It wasn't intended as a full review, but I feel like I covered enough. The review isn't what I would call professional, as it was... More
  • Achievements You Don’t Want (But Probably Have)…

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    Achievements. Sure, I've blogged about them before, who hasn't. But this time I'm going to take a totally different and somewhat satirical approach to blogging about them and include a handful of achievements that perhaps you've earned... More
  • 30\30 Day #9 11/9/11 Realizing that the Critic's were right: Duke Nukem Forever

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    I have a theory. And no, its not a NoMercy85 theory about point distribution, but its about Cover Stories. When a big release gets a cover story, more than likely it will get a good review and turn out to be a good game. There are some that strengthen... More
  • BLOG: Could This Be: An Explanation of the Video Game Industry’s “Art Illegitimacy”???

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    (((gameinformer.com erased this post from my blog after I changed my name here, so I am reposting it under a slightly altered title. If the old version reappears, I will delete this version...))) Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE I recently... More
  • Holy S#*T, I'm Playing Skyrim!

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    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Waiting for momentous events in our lifetimes, whether patiently or apprehensively, is something we can all relate to. You’re twelve-deep in line at a coffee shop. You’re... More
  • (WGWC 4) E3: The Mythological Creatures In L.A. Noire Gave Me Inspiration

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    During their 2010 E3 showcase, Rockstar Games allowed an exclusive list of industry outsiders to see an early build of a future L.A. Noire downloadable add-on. Code-named "Cole Yells at Unicorns," the DLC was planned to release in late 2011... More