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  • You Can't Take Your Save File With You...

    What if Grandpa leaves you his COD: Modern Warfare save file? Will you play it-continue his legacy? I hate to be morbid, but let's just get it out of the way: we're all going to die. I can guarantee you that your death will never be able to be... More
  • DIscoveries of an Underprivileged Teenager

    So, I want to say hello... AGAIN. Teehee. I haven't been on this site in a while, summer has just started, and I'm going to be gone next week, and I wanted to get in a blog post about the reason WHY I haven't visited this site much, and why... More
  • Hawk reviews: Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (PS2)

    Still relatively unknown in the US, the Ys franchise has been slowly rebuilding steam from its time in the spotlight in the early 1990's, and it started with this game.... More
  • my thoughts on the Wii U. A grouchy old dude editorial.

    I have been quiet on the Wii U as best as I can given that every other article has to do with Nintendo's newest entertainment system. So this is the Actual Wii U system. Not the controller. This is what every one should be studying. Upon first view... More
  • My Time Has Come... Goodbye!

    I have finally decided to leave you in peace. Make room for the new guys and stay away for a long while. I have decided to leave GameInformer Online behind, leave blogging behind and all you who like to read my blogs and who I know as friends. But, my... More
  • Dueling Network Review (PC)

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Do you remember the good ol' days back in school when everyone played Monster Rancher, Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, and Magic? The chances are high, that you probably have played these wildly popular card games... More
  • Morality in Gaming: Why I Always Pick the Good Path

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    Morality in gaming has become the norm. Developers give you the option to take the protagonist down the good or evil path. They give you the freedom to choose whether to become a savior to the people, or fearful tyrant. Despite the ability to choose,... More
  • Replaying the Classics: Chrono Trigger

    If you've read Game Informer or any other serious video game publication, chances are somebody's mentioned “classic” NES/SNES titles, gems from yesteryear that remain unforgotten by their fans. One game that gets mentioned in the same... More
  • If Today Was Your Last Day

    Every now and then a game comes along that makes me want to strip it down to it’s finer points and figure out where it went wrong. I Have 1 Day is one of those games. It’s an 8-Bit adventure that is as much puzzle-solving as it is story. You... More
  • How Long is Too Long?

    Perhaps it is because we all love to argue, perhaps we should be asking how short is too short or maybe we are measuring incorrectly, whatever the reason there seems to be a large segment of our gaming community who cannot decide the proper length of... More
  • The small nintendo games of E3

    I was looking around and, there were some small games from nintendo from e3. MARIO PARTY 9 This one was odd. It didnt seem to be the same mario party formula, using all four people in a car, but mini games look fun. I cant wait to read the GI review.... More
  • Whimsey Lane: Better Graphics Doesn't Mean You *Have* to Make Everything Realistic!

    "Would you fancy a spot of tea?" "Why yes, if only my little stubby arms could only reach the sugar!" When people hear the word "whimsy," the immediate image that comes to mind is the topsy-turvy world of Wonderland from... More