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  • Tearaway Unfolded Review: Mastercraft

    Tearaway in an unequivocal masterpiece as far as I'm concerned; it's visually stunning, fiercely creative and emotionally astonishing experience that's truly unlike any I've seen before on the Vita or otherwise. It's a game that truly... More
  • Waxing Philosophical With No Man's Sky

    No Man's Sky just might be the game I've waited my whole life to play. That's a heavy burden to place on any one game, but it's mostly true. No Man's Sky speaks to many of my childhood dreams. And even now as an adult, I've found... More
  • So Many Guns! Retro Review: Ratchet and Clank

    I realize that I said on my page that I would probably do a review of Chrono Trigger , but I got distracted by this game, so I will review this one for now. Take into mind that some of the problems of this game I will bring up are fixed in the next one... More
  • A New Stream for Gears Players: Competitive Gameplay, Giveaways & More!

    What is up GameInformer. This is Darren, you may have noticed that I have been posting some updates to this blog regarding me live streaming Gears of War via, These were used as tests to make sure that everything worked smoothly. I have been... More
  • 52/52 Week 38- Top Eight Pokemon Battles

    I've been playing a lot of Pokemon recently. From deep withing my gaming spirit, I recently acquired the drive to push my file in Omega Ruby to the end. While my first two attempts at playing through the game were boring and uneventful, this most... More
  • Final Thoughts 48: Child of Light

    Final Thoughts 48 Child of Light 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 and check... More
  • I'm Praising Free-To-Play Games Now!?

    I'm kind of starting to notice a trend that more and more companies are starting to adopt in free-to-play games; free games that don't have ball-squeezing IAP's and instead actually f*** off and allow you to enjoy it with no roadblocks. It's... More
  • Tech Success!

    I had known for some time that I wanted to replace the hard drive in my PS4 with a 2TB drive, as the stock 500GB drive was long ago put through its paces. For many months, each time a new game released, I had to go through and delete games off the drive... More
  • "A Gamers View" 9/18/15 - System updates, Seriously awesome new logos, and SMITE

    **** Like my new logo? read on to find out some more about this special week. ;) This week’s AGV takes its first steps into a massive world of online entertainment and gaming. For the first time in the history of A Gamers View, I have finally begun... More
  • Rare Collection

    I just finished playing the Rare Collection, and it was very interesting. My favorite games the Banjo Kazooie games and the Ghosts and Ghoulies game. I like the comic book style in the Ghosts and Ghoulies game. Also it was fun to go through the scary... More
  • True Life: I Married a Non-Gamer

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    Almost a month ago, I got married. Believe me, I am still soaking it all in. The wedding day went by in a whirlwind; vendors were paid, an insane amount of photographs were taken, and all the outstanding wedding debt is getting cleared up. I expected... More
  • Why Does Apple's Firmwares Suck?

    Being a longtime Iphone user, I'm starting to notice a trend with Apple. Every IOS update manages to make the layout looks bland and ugly while having so many critical issues I'm actually kind of amazed these things slipped past QA. I mean, with... More