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  • Step One: Power

    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
  • YOU DECIDE - What Enigma Buys

    Well, I'm just stuck between choosing MW2 or L4D2 to buy first. On one hand I already have L4D but I don't have CoD4 because I was waiting for MW2 to come out, but on the other hand, I absolutely loved the L4D2 demo, and it made this choice more... More
  • Where Did Street Racing Drive Off To?

    I have been a die hard Need for Speed fan since the release of NFS Underground. Those were the days! Cruising the canyon highways at sunset in your Chrysler 300, or dodging overpass pillars as you blare past opponents in your suped up Toyota Supra. This... More
  • E3 Thoughts: Microsoft

    This is the first in a series of three blog posts I will be releasing over the next few days breaking down and focusing on the announcements for each of the three big hardware developers. During this I will look at the hardware that they are coming out... More
  • Hipster Tuesday: Spook-tacular Halloween Assemblage

    Welcome once again to another enthralling edition of Hipster Tuesday. It's been a busy couple of weeks, what with that one sci-fi shooter game with cowboys in space and that game where Mario fights a bunch of anime chicks...but, we're back with... More
  • Classic game review #1: Shin Kidou Senshi Gundam W: Endless Duel

    Since many older games cannot be reviewed on Gameinformer,I've decided I'll start a series of blogs in which I'll review classic games from the past.What I mean by classic games is great games released before the 7th generation(Playstation... More
  • 31/31 Day 11: The Cave

    Even though I've only played through three Double Fine games, Borken Age, Psychonauts, and the Cave, I consider them to be one of my favorite developers. Their wit and creative design found a way into my heart with Psychonauts, and Broken Age stimulated... More
  • 365/365 Day 218: Why I Love Virtue's Last Reward

    A year ago exactly, I posted (at the time) the longest blog I've ever written for Game Informer Online, titled "Why Virtue's Last Reward Is The Greatest Game Of All Time". Originally, I was going to rewrite that blog for today...but... More
  • Fall gaming predictions pt. 1

    I decided to predict the Gameinformer review and sales of the biggest games to come of 2012 in a 2 part series. Here's the first part. When War For Cybertron came out in 2010, it came out with mixed results. Received a 8.5 on gameinformer, but also... More
  • The (very real) danger of kickstarter

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    As we all know, Kickstarter is a fundraising website that allows projects to be funded by the general public, ranging from rustic block-prints to a rather long list of video games. This trend has been booming, especially after Double Fine's huge 3... More
  • Another One Bites the Dust

    This is actually the second time I've tried writing this, but after a computer error lost a couple of hours of writing the first time, I put it on hold, so I apologize for it not being timely to the issue I'm discussing, but I want to talk about... More
  • Project: Jungle - Chapter 5

    Download ~ Home The bell rang midday, signaling the beginning of lunch for the students at Katiko Technical School. Roi got up from his seat in the classroom and exited the room, turning to face the direction of his dorm room. He walked towards it, avoiding... More