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  • Video Game Script-Day 4-Rerouted

    Cutscene: A large ship grinds through the sand, the rotating blades that propel it kicking up sand in large waves. As it crests a large sand dune, Krieger alerts the others. The ship gets closer and closer. All of the group, excluding Thomas, rise above... More
  • Range: S3 Part 6

    Alphonse and the ping pong captain started their game. “Wait, before we start.” Alphonse said, “What?” The ping pong captain was clearly annoyed by the interruption. “I don’t even know your name yet.” “Why... More
  • Glorious return to Xbox Live.

    If anyone has read any of my posts/comments you may have learnt that I haven't been online gaming for quite some time. This is all about to change. As of next week I will be returning to Xbox Live and resuming where I left off, a little over 2 years... More
  • Adapt or Die

    It’s not bad. It’s not great, but it’s well-designed, semi-fun, and definitely worth five points. I’m talking about today’s Kongregate game: Adapt or Die . Adapt or Die is a capture-the-tile battle game. The wasp-like ships... More
  • Brink Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Brink Review Kid Safe: Moderate Game Quality: Moderate Genre: First Person Shooter - This game is characterized by the viewpoint and weapons used in the title. In a first person shooter, you are looking down the barrel of a gun as though you yourself... More
  • Video Game Script-Day 3-Rerouted

    Today's post may be a bit short because its kind of late and I need to get more sleep but here is the continuation of my as-of-yet unnamed video game script: Cutscene: The red light speeds across the ground. The Voice has spoken to it and has ordered... More
  • Why the Tomb Raider reboot takes me back to days gone by.

    I would like to say first that I don't consider myself in most ways a gaming enthusiast nor am I as old as the topic subject may make me out to be. I play video games because they are exactly that. Games. They are fun, sometimes stress-relieving activities... More
  • The Swag Blog Spotlight: Duke Nukem

    As I eagerly await to bring all of you the 1st GIO Community Edition of "Reader Recap", I am passing the time with a new installment of "The Swag Blog." Before I get started, I'd like to say that this isn't set up like the... More
  • Hawk reviews: MegaMan Legends (PS1)

    MegaMan Legends is an interesting case. Despite being released over a decade ago on the PS1, it still holds up pretty well. I doubt it set the world on fire or anything back then, but if you want another solid game to play besides Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy VII (again), here it is.... More
  • The Re-Review Episode 2: Diablo II

    Some games don't age well. There are many games we may fondly remember from our childhood years that would cause sickness and/or vomiting if we played them now. Whether it's due to god-awful graphics, tank controls, a corny story, or any other... More
  • Welcome To Planet Video Game...

    Perhaps the crowning achievement for the world-renowned Irrational Studios is found deep underneath the ocean. It is a virtual world, unlike any other in man's imagination. It was once a utopia, combining the promise of science with the world views... More
  • I love me some Alternate Reality Marketing

    Check out the latest from Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Awesome! Admitted, the "fake company with a real commercial" angle isn't entirely unique this one is *** well done. I think it's the music that really sets it off for me. More