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  • Queso and Fame's Weekly Comic Picks 9

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    One if by land, two if by sea, and three comics expertly reviewed by Paul Queso and Fame Revere. We are galloping into town to fill you in on Uncanny Avengers #1 from Marvel, Batman #13 from DC and Bloodshot #4 from Valiant. Now, we gotta go and show those redcoats whose boss.

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  • 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
  • Keep it realistic.

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    I started thinking about this while i was reading GIs suggestion to be able to carry more weapons in the next Halo. I am one of those gamers that likes things to be kept as realistic as possible. I would hate to see this suggestion to come true, because... 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 Twisted Pathos Behind My Backlogs

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    We all know about IT. Gamers are intimidated by IT. Even video game journalists are not safe from IT. So what is IT? The dreaded backlog . If you've been gaming for any length of time, you know about this. These days especially, with the abundance... 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
  • Gamer's Log 14: 19 Years in the Gaming World. One More Year!

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    Hi, GI! Today hits the year 19 in my Gaming Career. As a 3 year old baby, I could literally connect the fist Nintendo console I ever had, the NES. After many years and 2 decades, I became what I am today. I became the man I dreamed about as a kid. Now... More
  • The Hitchhikers' Guide to the most entertaining ways to deal with annoying people over PSN, X-Box Live, etc.

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    I, like you, do not like it when trolls and dumb kids stink up the online multiplayer of various games (shooters in particular) and because of this, I have devised a way that deals with these people. First off, the Rager. Once you get your bearings and... More
  • My Predictions for 2012

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    Movie of the Year: The Hunger Games My Favorite Movie of the Year: The Hunger Games Game of the Year: Bioshock Infinite My Favorite Game of the Year: Borderlands 2 Book of the Year: I don't know????? I only read Star Wars books and stuff I have to... More
  • First Impressions: Tales of Xillia 2

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    I recently played Tales of Xillia for the very first time this year, it was also my first time playing a Tales game straight through. Tales of Xillia was something special and had much to offer into the world. However i disliked the fact that it stepped... More