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  • Goal Check: Week 18 - Season Finale

    Hello everyone and welcome to the season finale of Goal Check! My time with this series has been incredible and I’ve very much enjoyed all of the great feedback from the Game Informer community, but the time has come for me to take a break. This... More
  • E3 2011 Predictions

    I am no Michael Pachter but I like to make predictions once in a while too. Here are my educated guesses for what is going down at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in a couple weeks. Will Microsoft show that they are willing to take advantage of those... More
  • Two Worlds 2 Review

    Two Worlds is a fun fantasy RPG with interesting ideas slightly held back by unpolished gameplay. It's one of those rare games that get's better as it goes on. Starting out, the game gives you that "I don't know about this one" feeling... More
  • Broken Benjamins- What To Do When Money Is Tight.

    Times are tough, these days. The economy is still rough, jobs are still sometimes uncertain, and things are only slightly looking up for our wallets after a long time of being down. However, we still have hobbies and free time, so we still want games... More
  • L.A. Noire Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    L.A. Noire Review Kid Safe: Very Low Game Quality: Very High Genre: Open-World Crime Drama - As an open-world title, this game emphasizes a player's ability to go anywhere and do anything at anytime they so choose; allowing them to simply follow the... More
  • Back to the Dark Side: My Nintendo Power Subscription

    So I will admit it. I finally went back to Nintendo Power (in addition to Game Informer) after all these years. When I first started playing games, I remember that somehow, I was able to convince my parents to get a subscription to Nintendo Power (I think... More
  • Demon TV Episode #2

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    Welcome everyone again to the second full episode of my Vlog.This episode I'll be discussing my impressions of L.A. Noire, the MW3 trailer, and upcoming games that I'm pre-ordering. I'll also be comparing and contrasting some aspects of military... More
  • L.A. Noire: Good, Not Epic

    Set in Los Angeles, California during the late 1940′s, L.A. Noire is an open world sleuthing action adventure game that follows the police career of former U.S. Marine, Cole Phelps as he solves a series of seemingly unrelated murders. As the game... More
  • Range: S3 Part 8

    Alphonse ran toward Teer And through. But Teer simply stepped to the side. And knocked Alphonse to the ground. Alphonse Picked up his gun and fired. Teer tilted his head and the bullet whizzed past him. Jack came up from behind. He swung his gun at Teer... More
  • Brink Review (PS3)

    Well, here we are. After a few weeks of below-average to terrible reviews, I got Brink to see what all the (negative) fuss was about. Brink's a game I have been following since about January, mainly for its SMART movement system, and "dynamic... More
  • Take The Dirt 3 Racing Challenge

    They call it a challenge for a reason. It’s supposed to be challenging. It’s not supposed to be easy. The Dirt 3 Racing Challenge definitely lives up to that. Kongregate is challenging players to beat the first three tracks in LongAnimals’... More
  • Confessions Of A ( not-so ) Hardcore Gamer 1: My First Midnight Release

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE This is a series in which I, who considers myself to be a 'hardcore' gamer, will divulge some information quite contrary to that belief. Disclaimer : I do not wish to revoke your status as a self... More