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  • Bungie's new trademark hints at next title

    Bungie is one of those very rare companies that needs little introduction. After creating the very successful Halo franchise, the company parted ways with Microsoft, leaving the fate of their masterpiece in the hands of the company's "343 industries... More
  • Top Ten Worst Party Members

    Top Ten Worst Party Members Ever 10. Gau (FFVI): Back in the day, you knew what to expect from your RPG characters. Attack, Magic, Item are staples of the genre. Then someone like Gau comes along and wrecks everything. It’s cool that everybody in... More
  • Top Ten Frustrating Game Mechanics

    10. Backtracking Puzzles: OK, you start up a game. You kill some monsters, note a locked door with a square hole in, and continue playing your game. Five hours later, you stumble upon a square lever in a dead end. There’s only one thing going through... More
  • I Play the Crap, So You Don't Have to: Reviews Infinity Blade

    I have decided to start a blog series where I review popular iPhone apps. Today, I review the award winning action/RPG game Infinity Blade. Let's see how it is. The game starts with in a throne room were you, a nameless warrior, come to kill the immortal... More
  • Building Better Games Part 1

    Here is the thing if you might not have picked it up from the fact that I blog on a videogame website: I love playing videogames. I think that they offer us unique experiences, sensations, and opportunities that we just can’t get anywhere else.... More
  • The Best Game Informer Covers As Chosen By Indiejones

    Believe it or not folks, our favorite gaming publication is going to be celebrating its 20th anniversary this fall. Game Informer has gone from a bi-monthly rinky dink gaming magazine in 1991 to the leading publication in an industry which has grown into... More
  • In the Absence of Color

    More emphasis today in triple-A titles is put towards pushing polygon counts than, arguably, even gameplay. The proof? Games that look great but still don't deliver the gameplay punches required to make them win in the profit-oriented game industry... More
  • Gaming on a Budget: 5 Tips to Save Money

    If you live in the US, you've probably heard that financially, we're in pretty deep sh*t. The government is trillions of dollars in the hole, the middle class is shrinking, and prices are rising...for everything. Sounds pretty grim, huh? And obviously... More
  • Why is Harvest Moon so Popular

    I was as much of a gamer as I could be when I was little. Most of my time was spent on Super Mario, but I played just about anything I that was available to me on Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis. Then when I was 8ish the N64 was released and it was the... More
  • Phineas & Ferb: Across The 2nd Dimension Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Phineas & Ferb: Across The 2nd Dimension Review Kid Safe: Very High (9.5 / 10) Game Quality: Very High 8.5 / 10) Genre: Action/Adventure - This game is identified by its action-based tone of gameplay that focuses on one or more characters being faced... More
  • Localization Lamentations: Are We Losing Out?

    Lack of Localizations Makes Oni Cry I know that I'm in the minority when it comes to my love of the beautiful 2D art in my gaming experience. The truth of the matter is that it's not just art, it's a specific kind of game that I'm not... More
  • Portal 2 Reminds Me - When Less Is More...

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    When Portal 2 came out, I was a little late to the dance before I finally broke down and bought it. I was in the middle of playing a couple of other games that I desperately wanted to finish first. I don't know about you, but I have this habit (or... More