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  • Overcast Ep. 7: It's Making My Eye Twitch

    1 This week we are joined once again by Kyle Lock and Tim Weaver who you may recognize from Episode 2. We sit down for rousing discussions on West and Zampella's lawsuit, talk about... More
  • A story worth fighting for

    There are a lot of fighting games out there, and a story for every fighter in every game. But do we need a story in fighting games? My personal opinion is yes, fighting games should have stories, and can greatly benefit from having good stories. If I... More
  • The Dragyn's Lair: An Open Letter To Blizzard Entertainment

    Buy season tickets for every NFL team. Wipe my nose with $100 bills. Occasionally fly to Paris for lunch. These are a few of the pointless things I would do with my money if I was making the kind of dough Blizzard does. I'm going to do something we... More
  • You Don't Know Jack! Yes, I mean you.

    I've been a trivia buff for many years now, but most of my video game trivia experience goes back many years, back when questions were randomly drawn from a question pool and inserted into the game. Soon, duplicate questions popped up and the games... More
  • Robot in the Corner Podcast: Episode 28

    Episode 28 is available now. This week, we are joined by our friend Nick , and we talk about Metal Friday and 3D gaming (with glasses.) Break audio taken from music by Tenacious D. Click here to play this audio clip 3D is a window into the future (there's... More
  • Gameinformer Online Radio - Episode 7


    This week, we've got Born4This and Michael Cera on to talk about everything in between Alan Wake and Zelda. Plus we make fun of JR and Sean!

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  • Music You Need To Listen To: Between the Trees

    This blog finds me a bit out of my comfort zone. I just got finished with an international convention in Seattle; so I am typing this on a flight from Seattle back home. Seattle is a great city that I recommend to anyone. It is an important place in music... More
  • Dynamic Worlds Have Been Here For A Long Time

    I am going to tell you a story. It may or may not be interesting, but it's long, it's true and it's about me. It's something I have experienced and I will tell you it all from the very beginning to the very end. I hope that it will, in... More
  • Going In Solo

    Before there was Multi-player, we had Single-player. The chance to get to know the characters, story, and game for what they truly represent. These are the beneficial factors to a gaming experience. Today, we've succumbed ourselves "online"... More
  • My top nine down loadable shooters on PSP. A grouchy old dude report.

    (Bloggers note* My first time writing this took me two days to complete. Then when I was about to post it my firefox crashed and I lost my blog. Needless to say I was furious. So hopefully lightning won't strike twice.) (oh boy.) Now here we go. I... More
  • The Greatest Video Game Designer of All Time

    With the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. still in our recent memory and The Legend of Zelda's 25th being this year, I thought it'd be appropriate to write a blog as a tribute to the genius behind these gems, Shigeru Miyamoto. He is without... More
  • 3DS - Two Week Impression ( a portable console review )

    Hello to new and old readers alike. This is sort of a new blog topic for me because new, not simply upgraded, handheld systems don't come out every day, especially not ones that particularly catch my eye or those which I can afford. This time, however... More