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  • Gears Of War 3 problem solved -if then else-

    Many of us who play gears of war have encountered this time and time again. You down an enemy, and as you try to finish him off your team mate comes up and finishes him for you(stole your kill). The team mate gets 10 points, and you get 0 though you would... More
  • Writing Disappointment - Video Game Edition

    About six weeks ago, I got the urge to see if I could write a video game blog, or write for one. I started my own, but I haven't posted anything for a little while now (must get back to it). I was looking for video game review sites, but I stumbled... More
  • Mortal Kombat: Legacy- Episode 6, Raiden

    HEDEGEDAH! Mortal Kombat: Legacy episode 5 was such a disappointment that I didn't even bother to post it. The two weeks of Kitana and Mileena really took away the momentum that was built up with the first 3 episodes, but I am more then delighted... More
  • Gameinformer Online Radio - Episode 13


    This is the episode where we talk about L.A. Noire. I also yell at everyone. Does that sound good? Well then listen to this episode!

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  • Why The DS-Lite is the Best Handheld Nintendo Has Ever Made (yet).

    Face it, Nintendo has gotten a really bad rap lately (more like for the last 10 years). First the GameCube largely flopped because of the tiny disks with high prices, lumbering cube shape and relatively few games for the hardcore gamer (also cel-shaded... More
  • L.A. Neo Noire

    L.A. Noire inspired me to tour the Historic Downtown area of the City of Angels to see how the streets might have looked during 1947 as depicted in Rockstar’s gritty and entertaining vision. I’ve interspersed my pictorial with notorious tales... More
  • Education and Games


    I've been thinking lately of education in games, and why gaming hasn't followed its other media brethren into the educational scene. Movies, books, radio, and music can and have all been used for both recreational and educational purposes. Yet, when it comes to games, only recently have some involved a form of teaching.

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  • Weekend Plans

    I'm hoping this weekend to play alot of Brink, as well as possibly some Halo Reach if I can find any friends to play with. My current level in brink is 18/20, so im hoping that I can finish the progresion system by sunday. Next week is gonna be hella... More
  • Rewinding The Clock

    Hey guys, just had a little bit of a quick thought I wanted to share/inquire about while it's on my mind as it has been something that I have thought about many times over the years. So, today I booted up my PS3 to get in some summer gaming and I... More
  • Top 5 creepy video game song: Viewer edition + 1

    A week ago I made a blog of the 5 video game songs I thought were creepiest, now I'm making this for the responses I got, plus 1 from me to make 5. I started with a reverse song last time, and I'm doing it again. That's even creepier than... More
  • Where have I been? INCLUDES: Games, Crashes, Injuries, ME!!!

    Finally, writer's block has been defeated. Gosh it was such a hard boss fight, but hey, everybody will annihilate such an enemy eventually. And I'm back, only a bit different... I haven't blogged properly for quite some time now, about a week... More
  • Indie Game Review: VVVVVV

    Imagine playing an Atari game with a smooth framerate that auto-saved often and had an overworld map like Metroid...... That game is VVVVVV. VVVVVV is a 2D puzzle platform video game designed by Terry Cavanagh and scored by Magnus Pålsson. The game... More