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  • Indie vs. AAA Developers

    I'm bored again. November, 2011. It's an eventful time for gamers and holiday goers alike. With so many high-caliber games coming out, it's easy to get lost in the flow of the raging river. Often times, the "Holiday Season" is utilized... More
  • The Review Of 2011

    T his year was a great year for games,in my opinion,this is the best year the gaming industry had so far. With great exclusive and multiplatform games making gamers all around the world happy. This year is also rich with innovations,the main innovation... More
  • A trip down memory lane: move aside wind waker, as of now, youve been dethroned.

    I have always loved wind waker, hell, last night I said it was the best game ever made. But I discovered something different. Ive been playing it for such a long time, and It has burned into my hearts. The game? Elder scrolls: Oblivion. I was playing... More
  • With next-gen systems out, developers shouldn't abandon current-gen just yet

    Early in 2013, the Playstation 4 and XboxOne were announced, leading to huge hype, and endless lists of questions. As a fairly recent college grad with a mountain of debt, and basically no money to spend on a new system, my first question was how long... More
  • What the Upcoming Election Means for Gamers

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    I know, I know, keep politics out of Game Informer. Unfortunately, politics are everywhere; even GIO. There are even government simulation video games, but that's a whole 'nother topic. Lately, all you hear about are debates, how "different"... More
  • True Social Game Experiences

    Do you remember back in the day when going to the classic Arcades on the weekends or throughout summer using lawn mowing money to play games. Such as Tekken, Mortal Kombat, Pacman, the original donkey kong, HydroThunder, etc. it was also a competition... More
  • Cinema Watcher: The Avengers

    Hello Cinema Watcher here I tell you witch films to watch and witch ones to not watch. Can You Guess what month it is? It's Marvel Month where I review The Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel has had good superhero movies in the past few years. Movies... More
  • Books of the Week: 5/22/12

    Ahhh... Finals are almost over. One math test this afternoon, and I'm free. Free, do you hear me? FREE! Sorry... Anyway, I've somehow managed to keep up with my reading, so I can continue to provide you with "high-quality", occasionally... More
  • An Introduction

    So, I ended up posting my first major blog before I even did an introduction. Oops. Truthfully, I don't know were to even start. I'm a country girl, and by country, I mean we have six pet chickens and a cow crossing sign right down the road from... More
  • aeria games

    As an active gamer I like to explore all various types of games and have explored all different avenues. recently i had a problem with this company that i thought i would share. please mind that this is not a flame post against the company, it is an experience... More
  • The News - 09.18.11 - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Hello again, Parents and Gamers! All in all, the last two days seem to have been relatively uninteresting, with the majority of news being released focusing in on new gameplay trailers and interviews from a variety of titles. However, fear not, there... More
  • Maturity isn't on the label.

    Batman Arkham Asylum is one of my favorite games I've ever played. It was able to tell a mature, Batmanish story and maintain a dark, Rapture-like atmosphere, along with being fun. All this was suprising, because it was rated T. This shouldn't... More