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  • Gameinformer Webby

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    I know the webbys were agesss ago, and we were all a bit hyped up about if we would win or not. but as soon as they were over it just died, no one cared. Then I figured you know what I voted I deserve something. Then on a really un-related note we started... More
  • Design Theory: What The PS4 And Xbox "720" Will Probably Look Like (Edited)

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    One of the most interesting things to do before new consoles launch is guessing at what the finished product will look like and what it will do. This time is no different. While I must admit that I was surprised (and a bit disappointed) by the final design... More
  • The Barbarians At The #GamerGate

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    In what has become an increasingly hostile social media world, GIO remains a nice oasis of tranquility. That is not to say GIO hasn't been rocked by its own problems in the recent history of the site, but it nonetheless is like a white picket fence... More
  • Last Year

    I love finding out about indie games in development, and today, Last Year came across my path. It combines several of my favorite game elements: atmosphere, horror, and strategy. Last Year is being developed for PC as an asymmetrical multiplayer survival... More
  • Can Assassin's Creed Break the Video Game Adaptation Curse?

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    Many have tried. Many have failed. It's a little surprising that a film adaptation of a video game hasn't been a standout critical success to date. From Tomb Raider and Resident Evil to more recent efforts such as Warcraft , no-one has been quite... More
  • Throwback Thursday: Sonic the Hedgehog review

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    Throwback Thursday: Sonic the Hedgehog review written by Braulio Ortiz Once upon a time Alex Kidd was Sega's mascot which would lose a one sided battle against Nintendo's Mario, this also led Sega to create a new mascot with attitude to be able... More
  • Something you wont see in cartoons these days

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    Most old cartoons of the late 80s going into early 90s were great but there were just some things in them that you will find in them that you wont see in cartoons. today. watch this vid and see if you can tell whats some things in it that you wont see... More
  • Sound Shapes Review: The Sound of Boredom

    Sound Shapes is a small 2D platformer from Indie developer Queasy Games that originally came out on the PS3 and Vita back in 2012 and on the PS4 in 2013. Outside of seeing a few seconds of it in some videos here and there, this is the first time I have... More
  • My Hurricane Sandy Story

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    Hurricane Sandy hit hard and relentlessly, and spared from damage I was not. I was on Gameinformer, writing a new blog post, when the power went out. This sucks even more because as I said, I was playing videogames for the first time in a while and now... More
  • Not What You'd Call A Low-Pressure Situation

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    Hobbling over to the planted bicycle machines, I could feel my body protesting in wanted ache. Not only was I tired, I was hurting. No matter, it was only exercise. What possible damage could it do? I had only just finished the day's fifteen-minute... More
  • The News - 10.11.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! Making up for the absolute lack-of-news from the last couple of days, we have three new pieces that you might find interesting. We will be starting off with a quick note for all of the fans of the Mass Effect game franchise... More
  • Follow-Up: The GameStop Experience

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    First off, thanks to all of you who left comments on my original post about my recent GameStop experience. It really fosters a sense of community here and it is good to read positive GameStop experiences. I know that these experiences exist and mine is... More