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  • GIO Member Herding Part 35 of XX...

    Today is Thursday, which is the day I normally post the Member Herding blog. If you're reading this, then on the surface you probably think everything is okay - I met my self-imposed deadline. The truth is, up until a short time ago I didn't have... More
  • Indie Weekend...And a Movie Your Weekend Blogger

    Last weekend I used my $20 credit from gamestop to get a PSN code for you guessed it $20 PSN credit. As I said in last weeks blog I asked what indie games you liked? I ended up not listening to my one comment but instead picked up Scott Pilgrim and PixelJunk... More
  • The Undead Quest: Part 4

    So, Raz was sitting as he pondered what could possibly be the password as Shaun was dying inside due to Raz’s stupidity. Eventually he couldn’t take it anymore and left. “Where are you going?” Raz asked. “To get some help... More
  • A good day

    Few things are as fun as finally finding that item that you've been searching for for a long time. Today I basically hit 2 birds with one stone. So yeah, it was a good day. Oh, before anyone asks, I did not shoot a dog, nor did I try. I just threw... More
  • George "GeoHot" Hotz: Victim or Villain?

    George Hotz's legal troubles are well-publicized, and I doubt there's an internet-savvy gamer out there that doesn't know his name by now. We've heard plenty of opinions on his actions and on Sony's lawsuit, and it's obvious the... More
  • Characters That Make Me Cringe: Alan Wake

    I've decided that I want to ruthlessly, and unapologetically, tear into a few recognizable video game characters by writing a blog about them. Won't you join me? I've decided to start with Alan Wake, not because I hate his character but rather... More
  • Editor for Hire :D

    Since the time I've been here I've developed a bit of a nickname (thank you Saint) as being the "English teacher." Yes it's true, for some reason, my brain is hell-bent on setting me up in a classroom with a bunch of kids who generally... More
  • My DS Commercial: Better late than never (I guess)

    With the launch of the Nintendo 3DS just a few days away, I thought it would be the perfect time to post a commercial for the DS lite that I made back in high school. It's actually two separate commercials stuck together Come to think of it, it's... More
  • Theatre of War 3: Korea Review

    The Theatre of War series took place in World War II for the first two games. This time around the developers, 1C Company, takes their franchise to the “Forgotten War” that was Korea. Very few games or other media have used the Korean War... More
  • Pacing- The Most Important Part of Scaring You...

    My first *and only* experience with Dead Space has come to me via the iPod Touch. I realize that to fully appreciate the game on the iPod Touch I should have first played Dead Space 1, but since I play mainly for jumps and groans- I've had a great... More
  • Busy Bea's Halftime Hustle Game Review

    The game is on and the clock is ticking. Help Beatrice manage the most fan-friendly stadiums in Busy Bea's Halftime Hustle! Football fans want plenty of food, entertainment and conveniences, and it's your job to keep them satisfied. Show the fans... More
  • Dress Up Games Online

    It is absolutely no doubt that the most regular and most trendy girls games played on the net at present are dress up games. The theme; Girls dress up games, has been common amidst young girls in various styles from the time when the very first paper... More