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  • 10 Questions ~~~~~~ Week 6!!

    This is getting exciting! The tildes are REALLY starting to build up in my titles. Anyway, like last week(I think), nothing much to state, except I'm thinking about buying Dragon's Dogma. Sooo...we start. 1. What's your favorite controller... More
  • In Defense of Mass Effect 3

    WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS It has been something I wanted to get my chest off to to a large amount of Mass Effect fans. Specifically, these "fans," (or maybe not fans anymore?), that disliked the ending of Mass Effect 3. It is known the the... More

    It all started back in 1989. At least thats what google says. Thats when the first madden game was introduced to the American public. In 1994 EA acquired the NFL license. Those were simpler times back then. The most violent game was Doom. There were no... More
  • Papa & Yo Could've Been As Big As Journey

    “To my mother, brothers, and sister, with whom I survived the monster in my father.” –Vander Caballero So begins Papo & Yo (roughly “Papa & Me”), immediately followed by a scene where a young boy hides in a closet... More
  • Great Bloggers in GIO - Part 3

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    On August 27, I posted a blog showing ten of my favorite bloggers in Game Informer. It was successful. On August 29 I posted the second part of the blog series. This blog was also successful. It was originally intended to a be a two part series, but I... More
  • Super Mario World

    First off I did say that Halo was the game that made me a gamer, but, When I was four years old, the first game I ever played was Super Mario World for the Super Nintendo. My Brother and sisters all played it, even my Mother played it as well. The cool... More
  • Pon de Replay

    I did a blog a while back called 'Too Much Gameplay' that you guys should check out. In it, I talked about why I cannot stand open-world RPGs like Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls series. Last night on Twitter, SoraThreeBen asked what was the difference... More
  • Test Patterns Episode #20 - Copper, Papo & Yo / Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers Live in Davis, CA, Dan Deacon's America, Divine Fits' A Thing Called Divine Fits

    Test Patterns is an entertainment podcast hosted by longtime friends Daniel Kielman and Kyle Lemmon. They discuss music, TV, video games, comic books, and anything else that is interesting in the world of pop culture. Listen to our old episodes over at... More
  • The blog where I talk... About things... WHAT?

    Hello again Game Informer. I have no doubt that you all have probably been having fun, doing whatever you do and playing whatever games you play. My name is Magnus for those of you who don't know me yet, no its not my real name and no I don't... More
  • Still Amazing: In Defense of QTE's and More...

    (Probably, but still amazing...) There are things about all video games that irk me. Whether it's how a scene was written, a character developed, or an area depicted, I can always find small matters that annoy me in even the greatest games. In recent... More
  • 31/31 Day #29 - Location, Location, Location

    I wonder how many people reading this are below college age. Never having gone out and been on their own in the world. I suppose that also applies to people like myself that have never gone away to college either, but we'll ignore the technicalities... More
  • The 2012 All-Video Game Football Team

    As we inch ever closer to the kick-off of the 2012 football season, it’s time to take a look at the annual All-Video Game team. From old school veterans to young up-and-comers, this list examines the best players at their particular positions, and... More