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  • Dissecting This Week's Reveals: The Tomb Raider Reboot & Uncharted 3

    This is my first blog in awhile since I have had posting issues, so bare with me for I hope technical issues don't ruin the reception of this. With that in mind, there were two major happenings in the video game world this week that I wanted to comment... More
  • Forget About Korea?

    Hey guys and girls of GIO, I kinda thought of something. In FPS's we started out in sci-fi la-la-land, i.e Doom, Half Life, etc., then we hopped on the WW2 bandwagon, now everyone's making a a Modern Warfare clone, and some light is being shined... More
  • Are games really ready for 3D?

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    Avatar 3D,Toy story 3D,Up 3D, Killzone 3D, Call of duty Black ops 3D,3DS. t seems that 3D is all the rage right now as developers try to make 3D apart of our everyday lives. Ever since Avatar came out in 3D,the 3D effect has become impossible to ignore... More
  • Super Story:Chapter 4

    Ok here is a side note: Everyone who was supposed to work on chapter 4 is now on chapter 5. Thanks and enjoy. This was written by me Chapter 4 The Epic Turning Point! When I opened the hatch, I found Charles and Cindy there. "Thank God." I said... More
  • What I Like and Don't Like About the PSP 2 (I Hope I Don't Have To Call it the PSP Go 2!)

    So i recently got the new gameinformer mag and there are several things im not to sure about one is the new tomb raider game (i might do that another time) and the UMDless PSP 2 (Whats a "Trackpad" anyways?) The main thing i hope they don't... More
  • It’s Not What You Say But How You Say It. Analyzing Gamer Voice Comms…

    From time to time I like to blog about the various attributes associated with gamers. We certainly are an interesting breed and come from all different walks of life. Let's see, I blogged about the different types of gamers before as well as the different... More
  • Keeping a Safe Distance from Games with Creation Tools

    As far back as I can remember, I've enjoyed creating things. The earliest records of this are drawings that my parents still have from my early elementary years (I'm pretty sure they're all monsters.) Instead of doing homework, I spent most... More
  • My Thoughts on The Focus of Multiplayer In Video Games

    Video games this generation are more connected than ever. Xbox live, PSN, Wiiware, and Steam are some of the ways that gamers are connected. Developers are starting to seriously notice the potential marketplace for multiplayer focused titles. Who could... More
  • Cataclysm FUBAR and The Glitch S&%$storm

    Well, like everyone else in the gaming world that has a working PC I've pretty much given up my life to play the latest expansion to the nigh unstoppable World of Warcraft. That's right, I'm neck deep in Cataclysm and grinding until my eyeballs... More
  • GIO Member Herding Part 23 of XX...

    This episode of the Member Herding blog is record setting in that it weighs in at 6 pages. But it's six pages of interesting material and I just couldn't bring myself to cut any of it out. So what I'm going to do is minimize my intro and my... More
  • Breaching The Line Between Video Games and Films

    The release of Uncharted 2: Among Theives last year signified a milestone in the evolution of video games. Because Uncharted had finally delivered a video game that can run parallel to Indiana Jones movies. It was perhaps the first true summer-action... More
  • Arcades and Community Social Gaming - Saka's Vlog #2

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    Saka is back with #2 for Saka's Vlog. This topic I really wanted to talk about is about how arcades and community social gaming has declined since we now have online social gaming. Hope you guys enjoy watching! ~Saka More