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  • Top Ten PS1 Games

    Top 10 PS1 Games When the PlayStation came out, many of us were faced with a gut-wrenching decision. Should we switch to this unfamiliar monster, with its sweet graphics and CD-quality music, or play it safe with Nintendo and their new 64-bit system?... More
  • Flawed: The Elder Scrolls Oblivion

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    Sure, everybody loves TES Oblivion. So do I, in fact to the point where it cracks my top three games ever. But is that any reason to treat it like a gift from some kind of gaming god? No. It had it's fair share of flaws, and I think with the upcoming... More
  • In Defense of Crazy People

    This blog is about as off-topic as it gets, but it happened about an hour ago as of this writing and I want to get my thoughts down before I lose them. Today on my way to Panda Express, home of the most glorious green beans on this planet, when something... More
  • Expanding Horizons Through Videogames

    Hello again! Here is my second editorial/blog: Over the past few years, I’ve been delving into all sorts of new media that I never thought I would enjoy. I’ve always kept an open mind and been eager to try new things, especially when it comes... More
  • The indie & mojo show--Paul is dead episode 9....featuring BlackHeartedWolf!!!!

    You are probably saying something like "Hey, doesn't indiejones post these"? To that I say...get over it. It is true that Mr. Jones is generally responsible for doing the indie & mojo show blogs, however he is unable to do so today,... More
  • Battlefield 3: In the crosshairs !!!

    !!! SPOILER ALERT !!! THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE INCLUDES PARTS OF THE BATTLEFIELD 3 STORY !!! Videogames are often claimed as violent without any reason and this time also Battlefield 3. Everyone knows about the great discussion concerning 'killergames''... More
  • Rage Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Rage Review Kid Safe: Low (2.5 / 10) Game Quality: Very High (9.0 / 10) Genre: First-Person Shooter / Open World RPG - The name makes this form of game sound more complicated than it really is. These games are characterized by the viewpoint and weapons... More
  • Ethics of Violent Videogames

    Here's a little Ethics paper I decided to do on Video Game violence. I kind of did it on the subject just because it would make the paper much easier to write rather than on a subject I wasn't passionate about. Anywho, haven't read it in awhile... More
  • Why I Love AMC

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    Hello GI community! I've been meaning to make blogs since the site redesign, but I just haven't gotten around to it. However, I'm now a published journalist with guest editorials in a local paper! Hopefully I'll be doing game reviews soon... More
  • Psycho-biography on Shigeru Miyamoto

    So at long last I am posting my psycho-biography on Miyamoto. This was for one of my psych class focusing on theories of well known psychologists. It may be difficult to understand if you are unfamiliar of the theories, but please do enjoy some interesting... More
  • Why Video Game Journalism Is (Not) The Perfect Job…

    Tonight I am setting sail on an adventure of the likes I have never experienced before. I have volunteered for this opportunity a number of times but have never been selected. But after many years of trying and waiting and getting rejected, I have finally... More
  • Review: Bastion

    Ever since the third grade, I have been writing about storytelling in games. There was the Zelda C-, the Psychonauts D+, and who can forget the infamous Super Mario World F. But in all seriousness, storytelling in games has been in the forefront of innovation... More