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  • Day 13: Remakes: The Future of The Gaming Industry?

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    I recently learned that Nintendo was going to re-release The Legend of Zelda: Oracles of Time/Seasons. This excited me to no end. Yet another set of games from my childhood was being brought forward with me. But come to think about it Nintendo has been... More
  • Beating The Backlog: Bulletstorm

    It always feels good to beat a game that waited in my backlog for over a year. I really love to complete old, unfinished games that were pushed back due to “more important” titles. Last time on Beating The Backlog, we looked at Limbo : an... More
  • Weekly Questions Week 10

    I was halfway done with this blog when it was deleted, which always makes for happy times. ANYway, fun fact: after writing this, I will have published 100 random questions about yours truly in the past ten weeks. Crazy huh? Yes, I'm sure you're... More
  • Test Patterns Episode #18 - Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, Hatfields & McCoys, Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac, The Comas' Conductor, Shuffle Review

    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
  • 31/31 Day 30- Pokemon Silver

    Pokemon Silver is one of my favorite games of all time, let alone Pocket Monsters. It is simply amazing. While I do like the later games, I honestly think Pokemon Silver (Or Gold) is the best Pokemon experience there is. Not only did it include 101 new... More
  • Blog Post #8A: Breaking Down Mass Effect - Human History

    It is a rather long and tedious process that I have tasked myself with, but as one of my favorite krogan once put it, "if you are weak and you choose weak enemies, I will have to kill you,". Not since Star Wars has anyone ever seen a universe... More
  • How to make an excellent Story in games Part 1

    Most of us like our stories to be told the best way possible in our games to expand our knowledge of the game itself, whether it may be from the characters, to guns, to locations, to past lives, etc. And it's no surprise considering videogames are... More
  • Caudex Whines About Media: 3/1/13 Edition

    I decided to revise the title of this little blog a bit. This more accurately represents the content contained within. Before the whinging starts, a little PSA. You probably use AdBlocker or something similar. I do, too. But do me--do GIO--a favor: Whitelist... More
  • A Second Look: MAG

    Hi GI Community! As promised in my last blog, which can be found here ,I am going to be writing my new series. I thought long and hard on which game I would choose for my first blog and choose this game. It had been awhile since I played this game and... More
  • 31/31 Day 25: Psychonauts

    "I am the Milkman. My milk is delicious." Psychonauts had a publisher when it was released in 2005. However, it was released in the Humble Indie Bundle 5, so that makes it an indie game, and a quirky one at that. Psychonauts is one of the games... More
  • Moments: Outlast Elevator

    !SPOILER ALERT! About an hour ago, I finally completed the Whistleblower DLC for Outlast. I was excited to play it because I very much enjoyed the original Outlast. Personally, horror games where you can only run away because you cannot defend yourself... More
  • Follow Up - Tomb Raider through the Lens of Past Survival

    After beating the new Tomb Raider , the first question I received was literally, "Was it all rapey?" With the game released and in hand, I can firmly say no . Questions like this make it obvious that the controversy is still steeping and addressing... More