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  • Down to the Wire

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    Lately I haven’t been able to be on GIO as much as I would like to due to school. I’m currently a junior in high school, and this is the last semester before college applications start to occur. My goal is to be accepted into an Ivy League college, which... More
  • 365/365 Day 181: Akuma no Riddle Review: Riddle Me This...

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    What if you had been training to do one thing for essentially your entire life...and you went against it no a whim? After years upon years of preparation, you chose to use the skills you had honed for the exact opposite reason you had acquired them in... More
  • 30/30 Day 15: Why video games are detrimental to society

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    We've all heard this argument. People will always say that video games are terrible for people because they waste time or make us violence or whatever other claim they have for us. They make us nerds, losers, and incredibly anti-social. You can't... 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
  • 31/31 Day 20: Top 10 water levels in games that don't suck.

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    Water levels. They are slow-paced, annoying, and will sometimes ruin your experience. Not this time. Today I am going to list the top 10 water levels that didn’t ruin this game, but added to the experience. Also, I would blog about extra life but... More
  • Step One: Power

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    Our consoles and computers are very dear to us gamers. Without them, we well, wouldn't be able to play games - therefore not being called gamers. The first thing we do when we wanted to play games and express our inner true selves, we press (or flip... More
  • The News - 09.15.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! We hope that you all enjoyed yesterday's review of Dead Island. Today we will be examine two notable articles; one with legal relevance and one that is product focused. We will be starting off with a look at Sony PlayStation... More
  • Battlefield vs. Call of Duty

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    Yesterday I posted a blog mainly about paying $15 for map packs, but at the end I went off on a tangent and started talking about Battlefield 3 vs. Modern Warfare 3. I said I was personaly on the Modern Warfare side. I got some great feedback about the... More
  • A word against premature game reviews

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    Enough is enough. Game informer's reviews are being plagued by user reviews by people that haven't actually played the games they are reviewing. So I'm writing this blog to educate the masses about how reviews work in hopes of ending the madness... More
  • Motivation: Take 2

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    The title of this post is somewhat misleading. This isn't actually going to be my second time trying to get my ass off the ground, we are probably reaching attempt #18 at this point. But, I am planing on keeping myself to a schedule this time, so... More
  • The Digital Evolution of Women (Part 1 of 2)

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    Within the past month, there were two stories that caught my eye and challenged my thinking. One was the extremely positive reception enjoyed by the new Tomb Raider with it's more griity look and gameplay. The second was of former Game Informer Writer... More
  • Cold blows the wind (section 2)

    Cold blows the wind (Part 2) By J.K.Ramswick Christine walks over to her bed, sits down and turns the book to page 387. She lets out a soft gasp of air when she sees the heading of the page. “The resurrection spell.” She says to herself in... More