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  • Fables, Steam Engines, and Mobility: Things I Learned in my Time Away from GI

    It's been a while since I've been here. Almost an entire year, in fact. I blame college. Since I returned to the life of a full-time university student, video games took a back seat to finding a way to survive in today's economy. Video-game... More
  • Addressing Xbox Live: Keep Playing with the Harassment...

    I recently stumbled upon a news feed post at . It was titled " NSFW: New Research Looks At Hate Speech On Xbox Live ." I read the post and watched the video that was included, believing and not being surprised about what some... More
  • What's In A Name: Mario

    Since my adventure game nostalgia blogs don't seem to be attracting a lot of viewers I thought I'd try adding a new series into my mix of blogs. This series will detail the history of some of gaming's most famous characters and how they ended... More
  • Robot in the Corner Podcast: Episode 25

    Episode 25 is available now. This week, Wes takes over takes over the show! We talk about Battle: Los Angeles, the Batman: Arkham City gameplay trailer, and Killzone 3 (with Playstation Move support.) Also, Dean talks about Game Informer's attempt... More
  • Dsi Downloads

    I bought a Nintendo Dsi and am loving it just now, However I wanted to be able to Download DSi Games like I do on my Nintendo Wii. I have found the solution for all of you looking for Nintendo DSi Downloads. These days with the internet there is a wealth... More
  • CityVille Franchises Walkthrough

    CityVille is the new game from Zynga and is played on Facebook. The typical Zynga sport mechanics are present: you do use Power to do tasks and execute organization and fabrication actions. You bring in XP for just about every action you take. XP is used... More
  • Going for the gold: a quick thought on record setting.

    Before I get started, let me congragulate the GI editors in setting the new world record for the longest Smash Bros. session in the world. I can't imagine how tiring in must have been to play one game for 30 hours straight. But at the end of the day... More
  • Now You're Playing With Power. Super Power.

    Today I went to check out Super Dodge ball (after reading Phils Post on the wiiware version) on my favorite free/legal NES emulator site. They basically stream games to you that they own for free. (like netflix instant streaming) Well when I got on I... More
  • Level Up: The Guide to Great Video Game Design…

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    Today is usually a day reserved for my ongoing blog series "From Player to Professional - My Quest to Work in the Video Game Industry" but this week I'm going to take a pause from that series to bring you something else. Ironically, this... More
  • Gameinformer Online Radio - Episode 4


    This week, we've got a very special guest; former IGN editor Craig Harris! ...Wait, IGN?! Chill, we've got Geg from GIO too.

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  • Has M.M.A killed Boxing and Wrestling? A grouchy old dude report.

    I am a old school guy. I like boxing and wrestling over mixed martial arts. I will tell you why I feel this way. Boxing or pugilism is a combat sport that dates back to 3rd millennium B.C. it has evolved over the years to involve rules and regulations... More
  • Crysis 2: First Impressions

    The sequel to the 2007 PC sci-fi shooter Crysis is releasing to the public on March 22nd. I, however, have played through roughly half of the single player campaign. When I fired up my Xbox 360 and tossed Crysis 2 into the disc tray, I was expecting a... More