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  • How Long Can You Flock?

    I thought Endless Migration was going to be a new form of Flower . The music seemed to indicate that. A peaceful, although repetitive piece, the pace indicated seemed restful. That is so far from the truth. As the lead Canadian Goose, it is your job to... More
  • The News - 06.09.11 - Day 2 & 3 E3 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! Today will be a little different than normal. The last two days at E3 have primarily been saturated by news of the brand new Nintendo Console, the Wii U . While we will technically only be doing one article today, the... More
  • How About Some Originality With That Game?

    As usual, Snake-you're a genius! WARNING: COPIOUS RAINBOW USE INSIDE. It has been said many times that there is no such thing as an original idea. While I might disagree, I *can* agree that it is hard to FIND an original idea-or at least an idea that... More
  • An Ode to E3 Poem

    E3 2011 Here is a poem about E3 I created in about 35 minutes. Not great but I think it does the job. Tell me what you think? Good, bad, I enjoy feedback. Thanks. The day has come for E3 is here. Microsoft is first and we started to fear. 30 minutes in... More
  • Entry Level Gaming... (Some Suggestions For Getting People Into Video Games)

    Have you ever wanted to get someone into gaming, but don't know how? If so- read on... As gamers, we'd like everyone to game. In an ideal world, grandma and grandpa would game, mom and pa' would game, and little Billy and Jenny would curl... More
  • While not gaming

    So most of you here I'm sure are gamers. You play Final Fantasy, Borderlands, Call of Duty, Battlefield, WoW, etc. and probably don't have the time to get any form of exersise between working and gaming(maybe raising a family). What I'm usually... More
  • Thoughts of a Concerned Young Man

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    Dear GI staff, Coming to GIO and checking out the collective work of the editors of GameInformer magazine is by far one of my enjoyable pasttimes. I appreciate all the work you do here, and the people here, members included, lift my spirits up at times... More
  • Most Memorable Boss Battles: The Witch King Of Angmar

    Welcome to the second installment of Most Memorable Boss Battles. I’m your host, Evil Deej, the evilest of any Deej you know. The infamous cad who is the subject of this week’s review is none other than………….. The... More
  • Game Over... continue? First Impressions of L.A. Noire

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    Let me preface this 'First Impressions' by saying I love Rockstar, they make great games. Red Dead Redemption was probably my favorite game of last year (although it's a close call with Mass Effect 2 ) and GTA IV is a true classic of this... More
  • NomNomNom

    LOLCat can has cheezburger; just leave all of the sushi for Sushi Cat. When Bacon Dog steals Sushi Cat’s favorite stuffed pet (his wife, according to the backstory), he sets off an adventure to retrieve it in Sushi Cat 2 . The problem is, the dog... More
  • Judging a Book by its Cover

    Hunted: The Demon’s Forge is an example of a game, like too many before it, that suffers under the weight of misconceptions, ignorance and impatience. People succumb to hype and expect an open-world role playing game for fans of shooters like Gears... More
  • E3 Thoughts: Microsoft

    This is the first in a series of three blog posts I will be releasing over the next few days breaking down and focusing on the announcements for each of the three big hardware developers. During this I will look at the hardware that they are coming out... More