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  • GIO Member Herding: Part 71 of XX

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    Hello everyone, and welcome back to another episode of Member Herding! Hope everyone is having a happy holiday experience (and getting lots of awesome gifts.) However, as we all know, it is better to give than to receive, so I thought I would give out... More
  • Final Thoughts 36: Saints Row IV

    Final Thoughts 36 Saints Row IV Note: This is not a review, but merely my musings after having recently completed a game as part of my Rogue's Adventures playthrough of my backlog. Follow @RoguesAdventure to keep up with my playthroughs and check... More
  • The Effects of Fan Loyalty on Gaming

    At E3 2014, one game that met lukewarm reception was Mario Party 10. Once a fun series, Mario Party has devolved into more of a luck-based affair. I won't deny that luck was a component of the old games, but it's become even more prevalent. The... More
  • Assassin's Feed: Episode 33; club Competitions

    What is up everybody? it is SWAD42 and this is this week's episode of Assassin's Feed. This week we have two big stories; season pass holders for Assassin's Creed Unity can now get their free game and club competition. The website used to... More
  • Oh The Weather Outside Is Frightful, And Games Are So Delightful

    When you think of the holidays (I'll try to remain secular here), what do you think of? I think of hot cocoa, Die Hard, festive movies (still secular), Christmas trees (Dang! I knew that would happen!), ornaments, and, oh, best of all, video games... More
  • The Lulz: Why I Don't Believe North Korea Hacked Sony

    There sure are a lot of people who are just convinced that North Korea hacked Sony just because of The Interview. The FBI thinks they did, Right Wing Talk Radio sure thinks they did. And to be honest, when I wasn't paying attention I just figured... More
  • My Top 20 Games of 2014

    With another year nearing it's end, time inevitably comes for reflection, and 2014 was a noteworthy year, though probably not for the right reasons. The trend around this year was re-releases of of not very old games, and copious amounts of hype piled... More
  • Guess That Game Recap…

    It's hard to believe there are only 8 days left in 2014. Where did the year go? So many games. So many blogs. It was a great year though (or is, I guess technically 2015 isn't here yet). As I reflect back on the year (games and blogs) I have a... More
  • 365/365 Day 356: Notable Gaming Industry People Of 2014


    Here's a look at some people that I found to be notable participants in the events the gaming industry saw in 2014.

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  • My Favorite Trailers of 2014

    From my perspective, 2014 wasn't a great year for gaming. Alot of big games turned out to be disappointing,(Looking at you Destiny) and I still don't have a "next-gen/current-gen/i-dont-know-what-to-call-them-so-stfu console. So let's... More
  • My (Surprising) Choice for Game of the Year

    Looking at my profile, it should be obvious that I like Mario games. I loved Super Mario 3D World last year, but at the same time, my anticipation for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker was never terribly high. With the major releases of the holiday season... More
  • Interview with Dark Souls Fan Artist, Gibbs Rainock

    Gibbs Rainock is being summoned into another world as a phantom......

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