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  • Community Writing Challenge: My Ideal World - Video Games Crossover Scenario

    I don't know why, but when I first read the community writing challenge or CWC for short, I imagine this one as a follow up to when we were asked to write about having one character alongside us for a week. Having said that, this challenge requires... More
  • Microtransactions Can Be...Good!?

    I've written how microtransactions are an unnecessary third testicle to gaming so much that I've failed to list the positives. Yes, there are positives to microtransactions, and some of them sustain the future of some games we play regularly.... More
  • 52/52 Week 44- Top Ten Fugue Segments

    Dreams. Nightmares. Hallucinations. Drug dreams. We've all played a segment in a game that doesn't quite fit with reality. In many situations, these "Fugue" segments are the highlight of a game, as seen in games like Batman: Arkham Asylum... More
  • The Twisted Pathos Behind My Backlogs

    We all know about IT. Gamers are intimidated by IT. Even video game journalists are not safe from IT. So what is IT? The dreaded backlog . If you've been gaming for any length of time, you know about this. These days especially, with the abundance... More
  • Guess That Game (November 2015)...

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    Remember, remember the fifth of November... Xin chào Game Informer! A new month means a new Guess That Game! November is finally here, which means soon we will all get to stuff ourselves silly with turkey and other delicious food. Allow me to welcome... More
  • Final Thoughts 51: Gunpoint

    Final Thoughts 51 Gunpoint 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 out my... More
  • The Invaders Chapter Two: Part 4

    We were left with a morbid end with Ben and his lust for death. We begin this tale with Ben as we left off last time... "My anger is now lowered... I must focus on my hunt..." said Ben as a deep voice behind him calls him out. "Assassin... More
  • The Action (A) Virus. How Resident Evil Can Find The Cure To Its Imminent Infection.

    Since 2004 onward the pioneer of the survival horror genre, took a new direction to take on modern audiences used to high speed pace of gameplay. This change however, didn't let the base form of the series into oblivion. The option to save using the... More
  • You Can Say That, But Your Meaning is Lost: An Open Letter to College Professors

    As a hard-working and constantly exhausted student myself, I hear a lot of the same things from my professors. These phrases they all say can be both liberating and incredibly frustrating, so I would like to write a letter, to my wonderful yet challenging... More
  • Why I Loved Halo 5's Story and How It Redeemed Halo 4

    Warning: Halo 5 spoilers. Please don’t read unless you’ve completed it (as well as the previous Halo games) or you don’t care (in which case, why read this?). I was wrong. I was so, so wrong. I’ve spent the last three years of... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Games Meet Reality

    [This was originally written on my blog: You can check it out here .] Game Informer will give its members some writing challenges every now and then in their Blog Herding articles, so without ado… here it is: Community... More
  • My Book is Out Now (In All Formats!)

    It's a supernatural thriller that plays with the girl-next-door trope. I wanted to touch upon the themes of sadness and loss. It took me almost three years, and I'm very happy with how it turned out. In addition to that, the art is done by a professional... More