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  • E-Pals: Gamer Fatigue

    It's Friday, so it's time for another edition of E-Pals! E-Pals is this idea my friend Karl and I got where we e-mail each other and then show other people our conversations. It's like GameJournoPros, but with less people and drama. This week... More
  • Deception, Friendship, and Love: My Relationship with Catherine

    "Men marry because they are tired; women, because they are curious; both are disappointed." "Being in love shows a person who he should be." Romantic relationships and marriage are both complicated affairs, and for the most part video... More
  • The Argument for Destiny

    So quickly did the gaming community turn their loaded guns at Bungie and cry foul at them. Let's sit back and take a look at the entire package that we received and realize what is in our hands thanks to Destiny. Early on, we can tell that this is... More
  • Until Dawn: A Horror Surprise

    On Wednesday the 10th, I attended the GameStop Expo 2014 and by far the biggest surprise of the show (for me) was Supermassive's Until Dawn. This certainly wasn't the first I'd heard of the game. In fact, I'd had it on preorder nearly... More
  • GIO Member Herding: Part 68 of XX

    Welcome back to another episode of GIO Member Herding, a regular feature that interviews and introduces a different user to the community. Members who get featured here often go above and beyond what most GIO members do, and this episode's featured... More
  • The Ballad of Justin Carter

    The Ballad of Justin Carter *THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED AT Hardcore Casual Gamer * Ladies and gentlemen, the world of video games has been in embroiled in several socio-political issues as of late. Notably, we’ve seen the return of the... More
  • Unforgettable Glitch List

    Any glitch is annoying. Sometimes aggravating, and once in a while will discourage people from playing any given game. Wiped saves, corrupted files, an abrupt halt to progress, to even the little things like graphical, audio and animation can leave gamers... More
  • Do You Have A Comfort Game When You’re Sick…

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    Something occurred today that has only happened a couple of times in my entire adult life - I left work early because I wasn't feeling well. Not only that, my boss was kind enough to let me work from home tomorrow. I can probably count on one hand... More
  • 365/365 Day 261: Danganronpa 2 Review: A Paradise Full of Despair

    Earlier this year, Spike Chunsoft finally released its Zero Escape/Ace Attorney-like game, Danganronpa, in North America. The edition we got, Trigger Happy Havoc, was a translated form of the original Danganronpa that was included in the Vita remake Japan... More

    (I'll keep this brief since it's just a PSA) Howdy, kids! I couldn't help but notice that I haven't been really active lately on my profile. I mean, I may pop in every now and again and post a blog or two every two months, but I feel like... More
  • Project Zomboid: A Love Letter

    Just yesterday I was sitting in my room, flipping through the latest edition of GameInformer, which was absolutely fantastic, by the way, when I came across a little section about a game called Project Zomboid, for PC. After reading the little blurb about... More
  • Throwback Thursday: Sonic the Hedgehog review

    Throwback Thursday: Sonic the Hedgehog review written by Braulio Ortiz Once upon a time Alex Kidd was Sega's mascot which would lose a one sided battle against Nintendo's Mario, this also led Sega to create a new mascot with attitude to be able... More
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