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  • Hawk reviews: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (DS)

    Yes, I've returned! I hope you guys are happy about it, because I definitely am! Time to get cracking again with one of my favorite games in recent memory, and work from there!... More
  • Gameinformer Online Radio - Now Hiring

    UPDATE: We have our new staff members! The ones that will be helping us with the show are toxicmischief , Vurtax , and Another Matthew . Toxicmischief ( Daniel ) will be our substitute/new editor. He will be the one sprucing up the recordings, along with... More
  • BOSS Battle!

    Since gaming began... or since I discovered it, one phenomena has fascinated me more than any else- Fighting a boss. From King Koopa and that dragon thing in that first temple of Zelda I always felt sorry for because I really loved dragons as a kid and... More
  • Dual Blog with Born4This: Borderlands 2 Class Ideas

    As many of you know, Gameinformer Has Kicked off it's month long coverage of borderlands 2 and that today's (or yesterday's) article is about one of the new classes (And I hope not the only one): The Gunzerker. The class it's self didn't... More
  • A Generation in Review: PS3

    When I first joined this site what must be going on a couple years ago now... scratch that. When I first got my hands on a current gen console, the thought of it becoming outdated didn't even cross my mind. I'd say that even up to late last year... More
  • In Anticipation of - Rage

    Similar (but different) to my blog a while back in January for Spec Ops: The Line This article will touch on why I'm so excited for Id's next game and why I think others should be too. So the first time I ever really looked into this game was... More
  • The News - 08.18.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! With the European " GamesCom " convention in full swing, we have had an absolute onslaught of news across the board. However, interestingly enough, most of the information being released is minor updates or information... More
  • An Impassioned Plea: The Future of the RPG

    I am going to boldly say it. Despite all reports to the contrary, the RPG genre is not dying, although I will admit the definition of an RPG has become somewhat malleable. The traditional RPG's that I grew up with have become relegated to the "JRPG"... More
  • My Hugantic, Ginourmous Backlog!!

    Most gamers have a backlog. It's hard to keep up with every game that has come out. But most are able to keep the tide of games at bay. But I have definitely failed to do that. So without further ado, here is my backlog of games from mostly this generation... More
  • Apozem's Cartooniest Childhood Cartoons That Are Awesome

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    Hey, it's the continuation of Favorites Week . I do love this week because I get to talk about all the things that, well, are my favorite. Anyway, this post was inspired by the widespread adoration of the children's cartoon My Little Pony . The... More
  • What if...(Freddy Kreuger)

    Have you ever wondered what it would look like if Freddy Kreuger haunted the dreams of your favorite video game character or comic book character?What would it look like?How would it play out?In celebration of Freddy Kreuger making it into a Mortal kombat... More
  • The Jewel Of Multiplayer Gaming (PC)

    For the last few days or so, I've been completely charmed by this little toy my friend showed me - Tunngle. It's a german-made peer-to-peer virtual private network(VPN) tool. It's similar in its principle to Hamachi, Garena and other software... More