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  • How Videogames Made My College Trips Awesome

    A couple weeks ago, I embarked on college trips. I'm sure that others who've done these know that they involve a lot of long, boring car rides, as well as many nights spent in shady hotels. Don't get me wrong, it's fun to see the places... More
  • Choice, and how it's better without morality

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    While playing the original Deus Ex last summer and then while playing Human Revolution I had a thought. How is it that a game that was originally released in 2000 manages to get “choice” absolutely perfect, while games released in the past... More
  • Light in the Darkest Tunnel

    NOTE: Non-gaming blog. As Cody Gilley recently stated, I have Teen Angst. I have recently been suffering from mild depression, questioning my life and wondering if anything really matters. That all changed yesterday. It was 11 PM. My ears were ringing... More
  • Weekly Coverage 8/27/11

    August 26, 2011 @ 1:19p.m. Original Author-Jeff Cork With the release of Dead Rising 2, it had everything and more from the first Dead Rising. The one thing it was missing however, was sandbox mode. Today(Aug. 26) at PAX, developer Capcom said that was... More
  • UPDATE: 30/30 The Beginning of Something Epic (And with a Contest too)

    Update: Okay so the $5 per right category guess can't happen. Apparently it is more difficult to get $5 PSN and XBL cards than I thought, so instead I'm taking that money and putting it into one big prize. Instead of guessing each individual category... More
  • Game Informer Online Achievements – An Introduction

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    I'm going to open with a quick shout out because if you read nothing else then at least you'll hopefully read this part. What you're about to witness would not be possible without the creative genius of born4this who contributed to this project... More
  • Battle of the Bands! Round 1

    I like Rock Music. This is a fact, no doubt about it. I like varying types of rock and several different bands. I also want to see what you like, and what you think of my favorites. So I will try to put similar bands up against each other in a sort of... More
  • Sony's New Members Problem

    How many of you who have bought a new PS3? The thing is, when you go on your computer these days, you can't even access the account maker. Yeah, you heard right. I was shocked when I found out myself. When you get to , go... More
  • The Very Controversial Idea That Video Games Stop Wars (and Crime and Violence and Thuggery)

    I'm home from work today, so I'm going to post my blog a bit earlier than usual. Furloughs stink because I'm losing money, but I'm gaining time, and with a limited supply of time (I *am* mortal, after all), I consider it a fair trade.... More
  • The Handheld Problem

    My family has never been considered really lucky by any stretch of the imagination, but there was one exception. Back in 2005 or so, my little brother won a free PSP in some raffle he entered on a whim. It was really random, but we weren't complaining... More
  • My Star Wars Nostalgia

    Normal 0 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 So Timothy Zahn’s great Thrawn Trilogy is going to be re-released for its 20 th anniversary and is kicked off this September by Heir to the Empire. Now, I’ve known this was coming down the chute for a few... More
  • The News - 08.26.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! Today was a relatively quiet day as far as the game industry goes. Sadly, we have not received a follow-up yet concerning the End User agreement issues with EA Origins; so we ask you to wait patiently. What did happen... More