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  • Noah & the Whale and Saturday Night Gym Club.

    It's that time where I decide to blog about the music currently coursing through my ears! Noah & the Whale - Peaceful, the World Lays Me Down & Last Night on Earth When I first heard their music back in 2006, I must admit that I wasn't... More
  • Nintendo, little real information, unimpressive so far

    OK, so Nintendo announces a system with demos that are not impressive, announce no pricing, a release date over a year away, and no technical specs and wonder why they took a stock hit. How about they watch an Apple press conference, Jobs announces PRICE... More
  • E3 '11

    So E3 2011 is over and now the world slows back down. Now the count down to TGS and CES begin until next year's E3. Thank you so much GI for all of your coverage, I've been reading on my laptop while watching G4's live coverage so thanks to... More
  • Procrastination: The Greatest Evil (And Greatest Love?)

    I've been procrastinating a lot lately. I want to read a bunch of manga, I have a backlog of games (and anime and TV shows and other such things) that I want to do. I have been trying to find time to keep on continuing my own personal 4 panel comic... More
  • It's The Most Wonderful Time... Of The Year

    And no, I don't mean Christmas (though that time *is* quite wonderful). I mean E3. Ah, what a great way to break in the summer. Every year, we get loads of new information on upcoming games, announcements of new games in development, and, as always... More
  • Adventures with Python

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    As I have stated in previous blogs, I study English. I am good at writing things and using words (generally). I can write papers, stories, poetry (I actually published a book of it), office documents, etc. However, this skill at writing does not translate... More
  • How A Reboot Can Help A Game

    It's been said numerous times that controversy can be a good thing, and while obviously that isn't always true I think it applies to the field of rebooting a game franchise nicely. Two reboots in particular have grabbed the interest, and ire,... More
  • Gameinformer Online Radio - Episode 16


    This week is our E3 extravaganza! In this episode we talk about nothing but what we liked and didn't like at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Well... almost nothing. It's GIOR, we can't stay on topic! We talk about Wii U, Smash Bros. on two different systems, the Playstation Velveeta, and I make a My Little Pony reference.

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  • Thursday's thoughts. A grouchy old dude report.

    Welcome one and all to the greatest show on a Earth type planet which has a breathable atmosphere. Whew! What a week huh? We got Wii-ners and some Losers. Some could say that Wii as a people were shown what "U" could play with later. (too many... More
  • Derreck's rE3cap: Part 2 (Sony & Nintendo)

    As promised, this is the second half of my take on this year's E3. This installment contains thoughts on the remaining conferences not covered last time (Sony & Nintendo). Due to the amount of notes I have covering these two conferences, I'm... More
  • The Reality of Writing for

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    In case you somehow missed all of the advertising I did for it a few weeks ago, I got published by, a massively popular comedy site. The article, “6 Hilarious Ways Game Developers Are Screwing With Pirates,” went viral and got... More
  • Call of Duty: A Fair and Balanced Look

    If you haven’t noticed, here lately there’s been a lot of talk around the GI blogging community about the Call of Duty games. Most of the blogs have been negative towards the series, but there have been a few people sticking up for it as well... More