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  • Have Games Changed or Have I?

    I just finished reading O'Dell Harmon's feature, Losing The Spark , and I have to wholeheartedly agree; something has changed. Games of today just lack that certain something that older generations seem to have. And this isn't nostalgia speaking... More
  • Starting a Franchise

    Throughout gaming history there have been many iconic franchises. Several of which still survive and even get better in today's day and age. A good series can never truly die, even if some should like Sonic the Hedgehog (Sega seriously needs to give... More
  • The Last of Us Ending Impressions: 3 Spoiler fueled questions

    I was finally able to finish The Last of Us over the weekend, and I must say it's been a very unique experience to play. I think that in itself is saying something since I've been playing games for over 25 years. The final hour or so of the game... More
  • This Week in the Industry: 5/29/13

    0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false It’s been a busy week in the gaming industry. Everyone is preparing for E3 and a lot of good news is being spread around for every gaming system. Sony Sony’s announcement that the PS4 and Vita will... More
  • Masculinity + Mayhem

    Recently I was browsing the Apple App Store, curious to what gems I may find amongst the free selection. My eyes landed on a wide-smiled macho-man sporting a military helmet. Major Mayhem loads up quickly with a vivid and bright full-screen view. The... More
  • If You Liked BioShock Infinite......

    If you liked BioShock Infinite then check out the awesome anime feature film Steamboy from Katsuhiro Otomo, director and author of the legendary Akira. While Steamboy takes place about 30 years prior to the events of BioShock Infinite, and it takes place... More
  • My Five Steps to a Multiplayer Game

    Hello bloggers and gamers of Game Informer! I've been off the website for a while due to other things going on and due to the inactivity on my favorite group here, the Christian Group. I had been planning this blog for a while now, but two messed... More
  • 31/31, Day 17. A Redo Of My First Blog; How I Want A Star Wars Game

    My first blog was horrible. Feel free to read it. Before I ever leave this site(I doubt I will), I want to get this off my chest. I don't want to regret ever NOT doing this. I'm going to re-write my new idea for a Star Wars game from scratch,... More
  • Digital Disaster, or why I think (most) digital games are a bad idea

    Well, from what I understand, this will be my first blog post appearing on the actual blog page. I’m fairly nervous for my first big boy post, and I hope it doesn’t reflect my thoughts too poorly. Onto the content. As many of you hopefully... More
  • My PSP the little machine that could

    I have a psp and I am not ashamed to admit it. I own various other machines of gaming entertainment, But my PSP and me have a special bond. The psp came to me by way of my step-daughter. her "biological" father (cough, deadbeat, cough) gave... More
  • The Never Ending Argument Vol. 3

    Greetings, ladies and germans, In this installment of The Never Ending Argument, I do the first reader requested argument. We have fellow GIO user, Dominick , to thank for this great question: Did Splinter Cell: Conviction destroy the series' great... More
  • Marco Polo's 30/30- Day 5: The Artist Or The Critic: Which Would You Rather Be?

    Imagine for a moment that you are a rock star. Your daily life consists of traveling from one gig to the next, performing in front of crowds of adoring fans, all of them singing your songs and screaming your name. To those who've followed your career... More