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  • To My Gamer Girlfriend

    From watching her play To questioning how she does it She always brings a smile to my face Every time she plays with me. Gaming is not really her hobby But that isn't a problem at all For she is the best partner of my story One I decided to share... More
  • February Update

    Hello and happy Valentine's day to all! I'm tired of being an inactive blogger, so I decided to give a quick recap of what's been happening and some plans for upcoming blogs. Life My second semester of college started about a month ago and... More
  • What is so Great About Zelda II?

    The Legend of Zelda! The never ending franchise that everyone loves and adores has become the mainstream for most Nintendo fans. You will never see an old gen gamer not have a T-Shirt representing the Zelda franchise. Well, during the height of the first... More
  • What Dead Space 4 Should Be

    Hello everyone! This is my first blog ever, and I thought it would only be fitting to talk about my favorite video game franchise: Resident Evil. Just kidding, it's obviously Dead Space! There are certain aspects of Dead Space that set it apart from... More
  • Why You Should Watch Jack Taylor

    [As Read on SNo2 .] If you’re into the sort of thing, the online providers of mixed media (predominately television shows and films) such as Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, and HBO typically offer some quality entertainment and interesting specimens. One... More
  • The Best Games Period - Honorable Mention - Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War

    A 2004 release from Project Aces, Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War attempted to bridge the gap between arcade flight sim and wartime drama. The result was an incredibly engaging, beautiful experience that ruminates on the modern incarnation of war. Combining... More
  • 2017 Gaming Update 3

    I finished Gears of War 4 in what I would argue, for me, is a record time. I really finished it in about a week’s worth of playing. It was not great. I gave it a 5 out of 10. The story was just plain stupid. The game was set up for many a sequel... More
  • How "We Were Here" Uses In-Game Voice Chat As A Mechanic

    Even if it's not a feature used by everyone, I'd reckon the vast majority of people are at least familiar with voice chat in games. Plugging in a microphone and being able to vocally communicate with friends and strangers has been a prominent... More
  • [Análisis] Western 1849 Reloaded – El viejo oeste a lo clásico

    Western 1849 Reloaded (PC) Western 1849 Reloaded es un juego de disparos en tercera persona tipo galería de tiros, tenemos título arcade de arte gráfico al estilo Borderlands . Es el año 1849, en el pueblo de Sunset Bluff ... More
  • Brand Loyalty Doesn't Pay... In Gaming

    It seems to me, that there was a time when being a loyal consumer mattered. It seemed that companies once took the time to understand why their customers loved their products, and were always seeking ways to deepen that attachment between the consumer... More
  • Being a Gamer without Gaming

    Gaming's a large part of my life, but I haven't had the time to play these days. I'm a young guy about to jump into the working world. What used to be a life of college parties peppered with late-night pizza-and-play marathons is being replaced... More
  • The Essentials Challenge

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    As gamers, we hear a lot of about "essentials." The classics, the greatest of all time, the trailblazers. The Game Informer staff posted their own list of essential gaming experiences, as many publications have done over the years. There comes... More