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  • Skyrim: The Origin of Rahi-no-Vaal

    Skyrim is approaching, as we all know so very well. With it comes the story of the Dovahkiin. Because Bethesda has stayed true to The Elder Scrolls fashion of the player’s character starting out as a prisoner (this time being sent to your execution... More
  • Poem: Fool's Course of Destruction

    You have no idea what its like to feel yourself going insane And I hope you never will There are too many wounds and it’s becoming inhumane And surviving has yet to fulfill Let me to go into the deepest caverns of my fears And just leave me there... More
  • User Review Frustration!

    So lately every user review that gets posted pretty much boils down too, this game suckz 0.25 or this game rulz 10.0. This is really aggravating and renders the site's user score rating completely useless. I think the gameinformer staff should at... More
  • The Top 10 Greatest Video Game Trailers of All Time

    There's nothing that gets gamers more excited for a game than trailers. Trailers give us a taste of what a game will be like. They get us excited, while also giving us bits of information about a game. Trailers are a huge part of the video game industry... More
  • The BRONY Quest: Epicsode 7 (The Straw That Broke My Back)

    Disaster misdefinitions! A dragon that talks by belching! And learning to stand up for your friends! Plus, a confession by yours truly that will WON'T suprise Spyro Conspiracy Theorist! FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC, BUT THIS ARTICLE IS FULL OF SPOILERS! This... More
  • 30/30 Day 8 - Peggle Nights

    This has to come out short. Need sleep... Need sleep... Please make this one short... So for today's entry I have a little arcade game from an award-winning developer PopCap Games. Peggle Nights is a kind of game, where you have to shoot a ball onto... More
  • Battlefield 3: Know Your Role

    A few weeks into Battlefield 3, I'm still having a blast. However, all it takes is one bad team to break that momentum and fun, and turn it into a miserable experience. With a little coordination (and cooperation) your team can cover all the bases... More
  • WGWC: Should Wii Fit Be Considered A Masterpiece?

    If you haven't read this week's WGWC, it's a good one. You go to this website and it will generate a random blog titles from IGN's news articles. It's a really weird idea, but the results are hilarious. I got titles like: "The... More
  • WiiU Impressions

    Here's the bottom line: I want to support Nintendo. Gaming has not been hurt by anything that Nintendo has done, it has only expanded what developers can do with their games. Nintendo's WiiU has some serious potential, but as with a lot of people... More
  • What Makes a Game?

    If I were to describe this current generation of gaming, three words in particular always come to my mind; experimental, unorthodox, and unique. This generation has twisted and bent so many genres (some to the point of creating entirely new ones), that... More
  • Tons of facts about Skyrim!

    Here I am, 3 days before the game's official release, bringing you all facts of Skyrim, the province and game. Skyrim is in Northern Tamriel. It is home of the Nords, another type of men in the world of TES. Skyrim is north of Cyrodil, west of Morrowind... More
  • Battlefield: Leaving the War Behind

    I'm pretty sure I've made my preferences clear on where I stand between Modern Warfare and Battlefield. To be honest, I'm not the biggest shooter fan in the world. I find the appeal in hopping in a few matches for a bit to kill some time,... More