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  • Story Time! Part V

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    You can catch the beginning of the story here: http://www.gameinformer.com/members/god-of-irony/blogs/default.aspx When we last left Odin Fog: Roy feared for his life, this monster would surely attack him. Roy let out a scream, the man, if he was a man... More
  • Gamecube to Wii? Why?

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    I recently got finished reading an old article from Gamestop.com about Gamecube titles being transferred to Wii format. I myself, feel that this is a great opportunity for new gamers, to experience classics, while adapted to a modern level of gaming.... More
  • The Greatest Games of All Time #5

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    The gaming industry's main talking points seem to be built upon a foundation of myth and other lies. Let's take a quick look at a few of them: - Metal Gear Solid is good - Halo is good - Online gaming is good (really guys) - Zelda is good The... More
  • Design Theory: What The PS4 And Xbox "720" Will Probably Look Like (Edited)

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    One of the most interesting things to do before new consoles launch is guessing at what the finished product will look like and what it will do. This time is no different. While I must admit that I was surprised (and a bit disappointed) by the final design... More
  • Capstone Win!

    As proof that game development students know what they’re doing, five University of Washington students created a completely unique puzzle platformer for their Computer Science Capstone project. Subtle in it’s depth, I find myself completely... More
  • When East Meets West

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    The war for industry dominance is fought on many fronts, but few are more heated than the 180th meridian. Asian publishers battle for market share against American and European publishers. Yet, like many polarizing situations, I find myself solely in... More
  • Gametype Which Would Be Great For CoD

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    This gametype would keep great variety I think and would be perfect for Call of Duty becuase it has the individual get-tons-of-kills-n-XP approach but it adds a team work aspect many say Call of Duty lacks. Here is the gametype in a nutshell: 32 players;... More
  • Caudex and Krunk Review: 1/23/2013

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    Well, hello again! I finally got my internet working again, so despite the late hour, I felt I should post my weekly reviews. First, though, an explanation of my methods. I'm reviewing comics, starting with short runs, alphabetically by name. I'm... More
  • "I'll Drive, You Shoot!"

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    One thing I heard a lot of when Microsoft showed the Kinect Star Wars game was people saying that it would suck solely because it's on-rails. But I think on-rails games have something unique to offer, something that can't be experienced through... More
  • How I play games.

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    In games that give you the ability to make choices (Mass Effect series, Bioshock series, Infamous, Fallout 3, Heavy Rain, etc), I always treat situations how i would in real life. Thats why im always good. Im not a person who does multiple playthroughs... More
  • Zeng This!!! 12/08/10

    Our world is in peril, the seas are rising, the earth cracks and breaks, and a giant ass Dragon fly’s over the land breathing fire and raining death. Oh this is not the real world this is the World of Warcraft. Yes after two years the next expansion... More
  • The Top Five Most American Video Games, As Told By Pat Riot

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    Video games often take the player to far away worlds or alternate universes. But how do video games approach portraying the United States? As video games are part of a global culture they can provide perspective on the United States from people and game... More