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  • Game-Making Challenge of Thanksgiving!

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    Last month’s challenge was scarce to say the least, but we had one entry by Haley Shipley that was actually interesting, check it out. Anyways, I can see why it was so scarce in the entries, seeing that it asked for something too specific, which... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 11/1/17

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! Welcome one and all to my cover art guessing game. These posts occur twice a month, with the first post of each month being somewhat easy and the second post of each month being more of a challenge. There... More
  • Guess that Game (November 2017)...

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    Hello there Game Informer, time for another Guess that game. Last month only had one person able to figure out what game it is. Will this month's entry continue that trend or will more people get the game this time? Allow me to welcome you to Guess... More
  • The Essentials Challenge - Two Months to Go!

    *UPDATE!* It's been a while since the last update, but here we are: We only have TWO months to go before 2018! Some of us have completed our Essentials, some of us have switched game choices, and some of us are still working hard to finish up. Since... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 81 - Amnesia: The Dark Descent

    It's almost Halloween! In honor of the scariest of holidays, we tackle Frictional Games' landmark horror title Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Developed by a small team that had previously created the Penumbra series, Amnesia: The Dark Descent released... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 80 - Doom (1993) vs. Doom (2016) (ft. Joseph Lopes)

    This week we play a cruel trick: Doom (1993) or Doom (2016) which game should be inducted into the canon of The Best Games Period? Doom has changed the face of gaming arguably moreso than any other shooter in video game history, but does the original... More
  • AER Memories of Old – Análisis PC

    Volando entre islas Empezamos el juego en una caverna en un mundo llamado la Tierra de los Dioses, donde la parecer nuestro objetivo es dar con un artefacto muy antiguo llamado la Luz de Karah, la cual, al parecer, tiene una relación especial con... More
  • Road Redemption – Análisis PC

    Así se revive un clásico De la lista de juegos clásicos que tenemos en la memoria, uno de los que más disfrutamos sin duda fue el Road Rash de Electronic Arts. Este 2017, de la mano de un estudio independiente, tenemos Road... More
  • Gerardo's Q3 2017 Backlog Update: Oldies Come Back + Life Update

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    Following both my April and July updates of how my gaming backlog has been doing, this time around I'm writing this even though many games haven't been beaten since then. However, the reason behind all this is none other than me playing Persona... More
  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole (Review)

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    Reviewed On: PlayStation 4 South Park: The Fractured But Whole ditches the fantasy aesthetic of the previous game (2014’s excellent The Stick of Truth) to deliver a story that lampoons everything in the superhero genre. This time around, instead... More
  • Metroid Samus Returns Review

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    I've been thinking about Samus' latest adventure ever since I completed it and I wanted to share my thoughts on why it is such a successful remake. Here is my review of my Metroid Samus Returns.

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  • Japanese game developers understand the value of ignoring their audience

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    With the recent release of Super Mario Odyssey , Nintendo has pulled off a seemingly impossible feat. In one year, the company released one of the best Zelda games ever made and one of the best 3D Marios ever . Considering the time and talent both franchises... More
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