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  • Bastion and Supergiant Games: A Conversation With Greg Kasavin

    When speaking with Greg Kasavin, one gets the feeling that he doesn't want the attention he's been receiving since Bastion was revealed to the public last year. Kasavin, who most gamers know from his work as Editor-in-Chief at GameSpot, is the... More
  • Dead on Arrival: What's the point?

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    A long time ago I had planned to write out two blogs regarding dedicated gaming handheld systems and mobile phones. In the end I only ended up writing one those blogs which can be found here . The reason being is mainly because I was busy and secondly... More
  • A Look at Gamer Culture: Political Edition

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    GIO Residents, Last week I asked the community here on GIO, to be a part of a survey. The survey was a look at gamers and their political beliefs, and to provide some insight hopefully into how video games and politics mix with gamers. There are some... More
  • My Idea for the Ultimate Harry Potter RPG

    From the beloved books to the blockbuster movies, the universe of Harry Potter has seen it's fair share of venues and exploits. Needless to say however that the video game franchise of this Wizarding cash cow has been lackluster and down right boring... More
  • The problem with 'gamers'

    Please note before reading this that this will have some generalizations. I understand fully that this is not true for every gamer, but in this I am talking about the gamer culture in general and not about the specific individuals of the culture. So please... More
  • Taking A Gamecation

    Greetings GI members! It’s been way too long since my last blog and I know I said I’d be blogging more regularly, but you know how it goes. I don’t really want to bore you with the specifics of why I haven’t been blogging, but... More
  • In The Limbo of Love

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    From what I understand Limbo is the story of a little boy traveling through a scary world in search of his sister. When I found that out I wasn't pleased. Personally I don't think Limbo should have a set in stone story. It is my belief that Limbo... More
  • The Death of Nintendo?

    As the interviews from game developers such as "Cliffy B" begin pouring out about how everyone should and will buy the Wii U because of the simple fact that it is Nintendo I start to wonder. Is the Nintendo first party library really great or... More
  • Discussion: Has Gaming Become a Mass Art Form?

    Art has been around since the earliest days of humanity, beginning with acting, art, dance, forms of literature, and music. Each of those mediums have continued to evolve with technology to the point where we have combinations of multiple, with things... More
  • Tail of the sun contest entry

    This is my contest entry to Tail of the Sun T-shirt showdown! I spent nearly all day on it, and i hope it shows! tell me what you think. but before you do, know this, three hours into this one my program crashed, lost everything and had to start from... More
  • Catherine Demo Impressions

    As we begin to hit the half way point of Summer, the game release drought really begins to take effect. Gone are the fantastic May & June we had this year, with a pretty empty July & August to follow before what I like to call "The Holiday... More
  • Head Shots: Negating the effects of exposure to ludicrously Violent Games

    Well that's a title. Jokes aside, how often have you heard a news story, or a parent complain about how violent video games corrupt the minds of children? I believe not only little children, but people of all ages are suspect to violent thoughts or... More