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  • 52/52 Week 30- A Beginner's Guide to Competitive Melee

    There seems to be a stigma around Game Informer about a fighting game. People mention it, but then quickly dismiss it, or just hope that it isn't brought up in general.That game is Super Smash Brothers Melee, and I'd like to talk about it more... More
  • Wondrous Worlds: A Journey Through History in Assassin's Creed

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    Venice, Florence, and Rome. They are incredibly beautiful cities. And they are incredibly beautiful in Assassin's Creed. There are many reasons to enjoy Assassin's Creed: the exhilarating combat, the intense moments of stealth, the pseudo historical... More
  • Coming Up Next...Pokemon Mut A / Mut B

    Pokemon has been a part of my life since the beginning and it is bar none my favorite franchise. I've written about on Pokemon, both on this site, back when I didn't know how the text editor worked, and other places. One of which was even about... More
  • Final Thoughts 46: Ori and the Blind Forest

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    Final Thoughts 46 Ori and the Blind Forest Note: This is not a review, but merely my musings after having recently completed a game as part of my Rogue's Adventures playthrough of my backlog. Follow @RoguesAdventure to keep up with my playthroughs... More
  • The Best Podcast on the Citadel, Ep. 48

    Happy Friday everyone, and welcome back to the Best Podcast on the Citadel! Hosts Blake Anglin and Chris Mrkvicka gather to shoot the breeze on this week's biggest video game news stories, along with a particularly fun top list this week. This week... More
  • Robert Morris College to add gaming as a sport

    A Chicago Tribune article reported that the Robert Morris College–a Chicago-based institution that hands out 1,440 scholarships in an effort to recruit athletes–is adding MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) gaming, specifically League of Legends... More
  • Are Season Passes Worth Your Money?

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    Season Passes have become a common factor amongst many video games in recent years. They often range in price, quality, content and value. But are Season Passes worth your money? I've decided to write this article after learning of Batman: Arkham... More
  • My Top 25 Favorite Video Games: The Top Five

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    Hello, gamers and bloggers of Game Informer! This, finally, is the last part of my top 25 list of favorite video games. This is the cream of the crop, so to speak, of my years of gaming, video games that, in general, mean much more to me than any other... More
  • Telltale's Hardest Decision Yet

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    As a lot of you know Telltale Games is known for their choice-driven game play, even if the choices don't amount to much and lead to same result. That sure as hell doesn't make the choices any easier. This will contain major spoilers for the Game... More
  • Review - Dragon Ball Super — Episode 2

    Here's a fun experiment: ask a group of Dragon Ball Z fans about what filler they actually liked from the original cartoon. More than a few will no doubt cite the profoundly ridiculous driving school episode. In it Goku and Piccolo reluctantly take... More
  • [Update] According to a Gamer: My Top Five Nintendo 64 Games

    As early as age four, I knew gaming was my passion. With plenty of gaming time under my belt, I knew gaming was where I belonged. Every time I went to my aunt and uncle's house, I played on my cousins' Nintendo 64 to play GoldenEye 007, Mario... More
  • Gone Home

    *MILD SPOILERS* John Cena levels of polarized. Some gamers praise it for being able to tell a story without any attacking or shooting. Some love the story it tells and how it tells it. Some say it's far too short. Nothing happens. It's not a game... More