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  • The Best Games Period - Episode 87 - Mortal Kombat (2011) (ft. Marcus Stewart)

    The Mortal Kombat series has been one of the pillars of the fighting game scene since it rose to prominence in the arcades of the early 90s. By 2011, the series had been flagging after a series of mediocre spin-offs and main entries. With the dissolution... More
  • Making a Good: Villains

    I was playing Axiom Verge recently since I have yet to complete it and that bothers me. I just reached what I believe is the halfway point, where a boss just sort of... sits there. You can let it die slowly or help it along. Anyway, it was because of... More
  • Gerardo's Backlog Update: February 2018 Special - The Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass Review

    One of the best things about getting my 2DS fixed this year has been the free time available I have had to play. Being that console a portable one gives me lots of freedom to play anywhere and anytime, minding my duties and all that of course. Also, retro... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 3/1/18 Super Late Edition...

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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
  • How "World of Warcraft" Killed A Genre

    In gaming, it's easy to criticize games that are critically panned and financial disappointments. It's also easy to commend games that are critically praised and financial hits. What you see less often are those who are willing to criticize games... More
  • Game-Making Challenge: Environmental Storytelling Challenge

    Hi guys, we’re back with another monthly Game-Making Challenge! This month, we’re going to continue that idea of shaping the story, tone, and genre of a game based around it’s environment. This challenge gives you a lot of freedom to... More
  • Want to write about games for a site?

    It's been a while since I've used this blog and last time that I did I met two fantastic writers who I added to my staff. They continue to write for my site now so I'm giving this another shot. I manage a small gaming website (www.cynosuregaming... More
  • Abandon Ship – Acceso Anticipado

    Abandon Ship – Acceso Anticipado Estoy siendo perseguido en mares traicioneros y desconocidos, miembros de la secta a la que pertenecía hace 5 minutos solo tienen en mente deshacerse de mi. En la huida, tras mi repentino desertar, traje conmigo... More
  • Guess that Game (March 2018)...

    Hello Game Informer, seems like everyone got last month's entry all at the same clue. Let's see if this month will be any different. Allow me to welcome you to Guess that Game, a monthly feature loosely based off of the game of 20 Questions. The... More
  • Review: Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

    So this is my first movie review and I'm talking about the first Elseworld DC film Gotham by Gaslight. Enjoy! 19th century Gotham, an industrialized megacity filled with steam and coal smoke. Crime infests every corner of this Godforsaken city. One... More
  • Review: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE ©Warner Bros. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Time Investment: 20+ Hours Verdict: Borrow I had a lot of fun playing Shadow of Mordor . My problem was that for every fun challenge and avenged death there was... More
  • Review: Xenoblade Chronicles 2

    © Nintendo Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Time Investment: 100+ Hours Verdict: Play Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a game that is utterly disinterested in how much free time you have. It exists as it is, and if you cannot play a game this large then it does not... More
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