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  • Motion Controls....past,present & future.

    Now I'm indifferent with it all. All the systems could always step up & do better, and like every year they will all learn from the present year & make it another awesome season for us gamers. Keep it competitive & we'll be the ones... More
  • 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
  • What I want In Resident Evil 6

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    Well....I finally succumbed to my urges and downloaded the public demo for Resident Evil 6 a couple of days ago. Long story short, there is a massive potential for the game to be great, but it's still not entirely safe from sucking either. Before... More
  • Alexandria: A Final Fantasy IX Poem

    Over a year ago I felt like writing a poem out of the blue. I love Final Fantasy IX, it's one of my favorite games of all time. I chose to use the game's opening town as inspiration. It actually came together pretty quickly and I was both surprised... More
  • Down to the Wire

    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
  • Gaming brand loyalties and rivalries

    So what exactly is the big deal with people arguing with others over their personal choice in gaming brands? You know what I am talking about. Nintendo vs SEGA, Sony vs Microsoft, Final Fantasy vs Mass Effect, Razor vs Turtlebeach or whatever people think... More
  • The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors & Hostel Behavior Review

    “Senpai noticed me.” Another internet meme born from the world of anime. Evolving from cases where a younger person has romantic interest in an elder / superior and attempts to get themselves noticed. Kawai Complex- as I refer to it because... More
  • A Day at Game Stop...

    One day, I was at Game Stop looking for this game... And I was in the Mall and I see these kids running across the Mall. They started screaming and shouting. The Mall Cop told the mom to leave with the kids. The mom starts yelling at the kids with a smokey... More
  • Playing At War: Could Video Games One Day Help Resolve Global Conflicts?

    In 1913, esteemed author H.G. Wells (a well know pacifist) wrote a book on waging war, thought it might not be the kind of war you're thinking of. In his book Little Wars, Wells detailed a set of rules for playing war games using miniature toy soldiers... More
  • The Walking Dead Season Two: "In Harm's Way" Review


    Telltale Games cleans house again in the midpoint of The Walking Dead Season Two, sacrificing many faces introduced in past episodes for the sake of our young heroine.

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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
  • R.U.S.E. Delayed Again...When Was it Supposed to Be Released?

    The answer to that question would be 2/2/10-almost four months before its new set release date-6/1/10. Why such a long delay, though? During January 2010 their trailers seemed to be beckoning to everyone that R.U.S.E was not very far away. Now, with an... More