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  • GIO RUN - Day 1: Through The Misty Yellow Lights

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    Hello! This is going to be a short blog series, just to record for myself and maybe for you too my progress throughout the week which is made especially for the Gameinformer Online RUN event. Even though it say's "RUN", I will be biking... More
  • When patches overstay their welcome.

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    Before I start allow me to quote someone, "I am so sick of patches, whenever I heard the word 'patch' I want to puke. Companies need to do whatever they can to get the game right the first time". As you can tell this person is not by... More
  • 10 Weekly Questions... ROUND TWO?!?!?!

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    Ok so these are actually week three's questions.... but I've been a bit lazy lately.. so here we go. 1. How did you come up with your GamerTag and/or GIO screen name? 2. You are picked as a group of 10 people for a one-way trip to Mars. What 5... More
  • Test Patterns Episode #13 - Futurama, Pokémon, Dirty Projectors' Swing Lo Magellan, Twin Shadow's Confess

    Test Patterns is an entertainment podcast hosted by longtime friends Daniel Kielman and Kyle Lemmon. They discuss music, TV, video games, comic books, and anything else that is interesting in the world of pop culture. Listen to our old episodes over at... More
  • Main Characters: My Personal Thoughts

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    Videogame protagonists, avatars that let us experience new worlds, moments in history, visit different planets and many more situations that would give a normal person a heart attack if it were to happen in real life. For me the protagonist in a game... More
  • Borderlands: Hopes Of Annualization?

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    From the moment Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was announced, I had a nagging feeling that this was the start of something bigger than just the release of another entry in the series. Allow me to speculate more fully while offering some background... The... More
  • An Unintended Life Lesson From Gaming

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    Something that will come as no surprise to any gamer ever are the ways in which the games we play open our minds to various possibilities in the real world. I am endlessly fascinated by this topic. One of the more mundane examples of this was my realization... More
  • Designing A Story #2 - The Birth Of A Community

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    Guess what? I have finally graduated school and the last 3 very busy weeks have ended. And then out of nowhere, Austin appeared and said that there is this place called GIO that I had completely forgotten about. So yeah, basically life happened for me... More
  • The Wreck (Short story)

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    The sights and images of the wreckage would forever haunt me, the agonizing pain I suffered during the crash, listening to the frightened screams of men, women and children as the planes sirens were shrilly alerting us of our impending doom. Brace for... More
  • Guess What I'm Reviewing? A Restaurant.

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    If you remember, I wrote a blog telling you guys to review whatever comes to heart. And I'm living the dream. I'm reviewing the service and great food at the LongHorn Steakhouse. And I'm totally serious about this. It was quite the trip. When... More
  • Sir0chicken’s Bioshock 3 Top 10 + 1

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    Bioshock is awesome. The world of Rapture, from its insane, spliced-up population to its colorful cast of political extremist villains, is like a home away from home for gamers. Big, metallic brutes that can spill your guts with a giant drill; the ability... More
  • Hidden Game Gems: Episode 1

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    The Xbox 360, Wii and PS3 generation has produced some great games, but not all of them got the attention they deserve. Hidden Gems is a (hopefully) multi-episode series dedicated to highlighting some of the lesser known quality games of this generation... More