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  • Mario Arcade - Joy In Playing Games

    Can you just think about the situation behind the initial usage of computer by every person in the world? It is absolutely nothing but people wanted to try out the joy behind the computer games. Thus computer games have turned down to become a huge hit... More
  • The Death of a Console: Remembering a Friend

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    Hello GIO. It is with a heavy heart, that I must announce the death of my XBox 360, Rinoa. Some of you may remember Rinoa's struggles as of late, I wrote a fairly well viewed blog about it. For those of you that do not know about my troubles, or those... More
  • Overcast #2: You Don't Have to Crouch to Listen to This

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    Overcast: Ep 2 (podomatic) Charli Kanupp is out this week so Clint Prentice and Nicholas Clement had two power house guests on by the names of Kyle Lock and Tim Weaver. In this episode of Overcast we discuss the 3DS, Facebook Games, Battlefied 3, emotional... More
  • Freedom by Design

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    The Adjustment Bureau is not the kind of film that would clearly inspire thoughts of video games. But its romantic foundation and impressive chemistry between lead actors mask its take on fate versus free will that is at the heart of video game design... More
  • Gears 2 The Worm

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    Never before have I been more grossed out, or more horrified while playing a game, but yet loved every minute of it. From the moment the giant worm crawls into the tunnel I had a feeling of dread that I will, in fact, end up inside of it one way or another... More
  • Gameinformer Online Radio - Episode 2.5

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    What's this?! A wild podcast appears! What's the point of it? Glad you asked! Click below to enter the realm of off-topic ville!

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  • Reliving the Adventure: King's Quest 1

    In 1984 Sierra Entertainment was tasked to create a demo product for IBM's soon to be launched PCjr. They decided to produce a video game called King's Quest and dumped a then unheard of $700,000 into the development of the game as well as a full... More
  • Should Trophies And Achievements Be Attainable By Everyone?

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    I've been gaming for three decades now, and I hope to continue doing so for decades more to come. Gaming has evolved immensely in that time. Not just graphically, of course. Sure, i could not possibly have imagined Battlefield 3 when I was blowing... More
  • When Money, Popularity, and All Else Doesn't Matter....

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    A recent crisis came up. I not going to give details because it really isn't anything. A friend of mine is in college. He is brought up with confusion on what to do next. He is thinking ahead of himself (which is always natural with humans). He doesn't... More
  • Robot in the Corner Podcast: Episode 23

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    Episode 23 is available now. This week, we talk about Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Firefly & Nathan Fillion, The Cape's villain contest, and downloadable games. We also share our impressions of four player co-op in Little Big Planet 2. Break... More
  • Duke Nukem: Savior of Shooters

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    Some time ago, I read an article on Gamesradar where the writer was insisting that Duke Nukem Forever's twelve year delay was beneficial for the game. I read the article and continued on with life. However, once I thought about the arguments put forth... More
  • From Player to Professional – My Quest to Work in the Video Game Industry Vol. 2…

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    I'm back with the next part in my series that chronicles my quest to work in the video game industry. If you recall in part 1, I referred to a book titled Level Up: The Guide to Great Video Game Design written by Scott Rogers and discussed the concept... More