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  • The Story of Jeramy, Part Two

    Author's Note: it's been awhile since I wrote this, but I managed to put it together. It took me a while and I'm sorry for the long delay and lack of activity, but hope you enjoy this story that me and a few friends worked on. The father was... More
  • Thank You, Blizzard For Giving Us Strong Female Characters

    Lately I've been struggling. This isn't news, nor is it a secret. Some of the biggest concerns I have right now have to do with my health, weight, and self-image. None of those things are pretty. I used to be okay. Not super attractive, and not... More
  • Top 10 Dancers in Video Games

    Sometimes you just want to get down to some music and show everyone you know how to move it and groove it, this can also be said about some of our favorite characters in video games. You never know when they might feel like busting out some moves while... More
  • Gaming In My Sickness

    I hadn't caught a cold in a long time. Whenever this happens, I have but only one thing to do: follow my doctor's orders and wait, as colds tend to stay with me for a week or so. However, now that I have a handheld, being in this condition is... More
  • Top 10 Best Fighters...

    There are so many fighters to count and most of them can be unknown to most of the players out there! Well, we are going to name all the best out there and make sure we have all of them rounded up to be praised for their great skill. Hello Wandering Traveler... More
  • Developing a game in gamemaker studios (video blog).

    The Gameinformer website is one I have visited over 100,000 times by now (I open the site 12 to 15 times a day)? This classifies me as a GI fanatic. I've paid attention to the Gameinformer community for over four years. I love GI, and I want the online... More
  • State of the industry address:

    Video gaming is a global pastime that had it's humble beginnings in the early to mid 1900s... It has thus transformed electronic entertainment from obscurity, to a billion dollar, world wide, critical successful medium. It hasn't been all "sweets... More
  • You Can't Kill God, Mr. McLeod - A Commentary on Valve and the CS: GO Skin Lawsuit

    Michael John McLeod is standing up to one of gaming’s Gods: Valve. He’s just filed a lawsuit alleging that Valve has “knowingly allowed… and has been complicit in creating, sustaining, and facilitating [a] market” where... More
  • Wintendo! A Not So Nintendoomed IV...?

    Wintendo! Not so Nintendoomed IV? Quick! Is Nintendo a hardware company or a software company? If you answered with anything but “hey, that’s a trick question,” you’re wrong, because Nintendo is neither. They are an entertainment... More
  • July: The Annual Gaming Drought

    Ah July. The worst gaming month of the year. This month basically exists so gamers can attempt to go through their backlog, try games they normally wouldn't, or maybe binge a TV show they have been trying to watch (I suggest Mr. Robot, just saying... More
  • XCOM 2 Ironman War Update: A Hero Rises

    These are dark times for the rebellion… which ironically dresses like Imperial Stormtroopers. Although my Ironman game is being played on Easy I have to say: XCOM 2 is ball-crushingly harder than the first game. Earlier I had my first mission abort... More
  • The Best Games I've Played(So Far) in 2016

    Last year, I decided to do my own game challenge. Such challenge consists of playing 10-5 games per month, give the games a score and upload my progress to my Instagram account. Despite I began doing this at a slow pace, this year my gaming progression... More