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  • The Overblood Community Video Thingy 7

    What's going on everyone!? My name is Chris Williams and this the weekly Game Informer community video that links you to everything from the awesome things the community is doing, replays, test chambers, and the always fun topic of the week. This... More
  • The Vacation of a Lifetime - Episode 1 [story]

    Hi everyone, it's been a very long time since I've last done anything here at GameInformer. I recently had the desire to start up my own story, and I decided to expand upon a GaMe (Gamify Me, an old competition we used to hold) that was written... More
  • R.I.P a great and funny man Leonard Nimoy

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    R.I.P a great and funny man Leonard Nimoy. I was watching his old episodes of Star Trek last night. H dies age 83 of lung cancer, he told a friend that even though he game up smoking 30 years ago he believed that it was his chain smoking that made this... More
  • Game of Thrones: Episode Two Review

    The premiere episode of Telltale’s Game of Thrones wasn’t given the biggest opportunity to grow separate from the show. It's compelling, but the star faces of HBO encroached a bit too much, while the Forresters’ drew too many parallels... More
  • The Glory Of Side Quests (And How They Make Me Feel Extra Productive)

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    I love open world games, I really do. I love the ability to explore and to basically create your own particular narrative within the structure of the game's overall story. But one of the things I love most is the abundance of side quests available... More
  • How Destiny's End-Game is Driving Me Away

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    There was an article not too long ago on Kotaku about how Destiny has progressed over the past four months: "The player's greatest adversary in Destiny isn't an alien warlord or a reanimated moon monster, it is Bungie themselves" [1... More
  • Review - The Darkness II

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    Much like its malevolent, bloodthirsty namesake, The Darkness II is an uncomplicated beast. Calling it a smorgasbord of raging gunfire and copious gore sums up what it has to offer fairly accurately. And yet, for all the bodies that pile up throughout... More
  • Impressions - New Nintendo 3DS XL

    Sometime in January, Nintendo officially announced that the *New* Nintendo 3DS, a new and improved 3DS model, would be making its way to North America on February 13th, just in time for the launch of Majora's Mask 3D and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate... More
  • My Retro Game Awards 2014

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    Back in 2011 I decided that I needed to have a track of my Videogame progression so I made lists on my previous Videogame website: Gamespot, but after I departed from there in 2013-2014 and came here, lists were nowhere to be found. Searching and searching... More
  • Community Discussion: February Edition

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    February is drawing to a close, and love is still in the air... Well, not really. Valentine's Day is well behind us, the roses have rotted, the chocolate has gone straight to our theighs, and corporate America is swimming in the cash they've amassed... More
  • DLC: The Real Evil Within

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    So I just finished up the Evil Within, well watching the last 3 chapters on Youtube anyway because the guy I borrowed it from wanted it back. I must say that I am really rather upset by the game itself. The Evil Within on the premise has one of the coolest... More
  • Chronicles: Fifty Shades of Grey, Chapters 1 and 2

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    My roommate and I have a very odd sense of humor. We've decided to read a chapter or two of Fifty Shades of Grey a day to understand the cultural phenomenon. After we read the chapters, we discuss and critique them for fun. This is part of a new series... More
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