User Blogs - GameInformer
Switch Lights

The lights are on

  
 
user blogs Blog Guidelines
  • Game ADD

    8
    In Issue 046 of GameInformer there was a discussion about whether games are becoming too short. I have nothing against long video games such as Fallout or any Star Ocean game, which can take up to 40-60 hours of gameplay to complete. I just feel like... More
  • Is Survival A Turn-Off?

    3
    I would've had We Happy Few in my Steam library right now...if it weren't for that survival aspect that seem to plague every other interesting game that releases. It's not often I groan at the sight of a game just by watching someone else... More
  • Put It All In the Box

    4
    Do you... do you remember when everything you needed in a console was already in the box? Do you remember when, all of the content to a game was also already in its respective box? If you don't, then you're probably very new to gaming. However... More
  • New shows I like. http://ggth177.photobucket.com/groups/w202/JVX5CF9WLW/th_Star-Driver.jpg

    Well for the past week I have been busy with high school/college classes, programming which can be a big pain in the butt. But "haha" I have been very interested in 3 new shows, now there not new but to me I have had these recommended by a friend... More
  • StarTrek: Into Darkness new Teaser trailer

    2
    The sequel to J.J. Abrams' 2009 StarTrek reboot is on it's way, and the new trailer gives us plenty to be excited about. I never really cared about StarTrek that much, until my brother went and saw the movie in 2009. The teaser for StarTrek: Into... More
  • Thoughts on Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Games in general

    4
    I'd like to come out right away and say that I believe SMG2 will be a really great game. I played the original Super Mario Galaxy, which combined a large number of wonderful elements that I hadn't ever seen before to craft a wonderfully rich world... More
  • Review: Gravity Rush 2

    Gravity Rush 2 is a game packed full of content. There are plenty of missions to play, challenges to attempt, and a whole LOT of collectibles. Gravity shifting is what makes this game shine brightest of course and every aspect of the game expects you... More
  • MarioKart7: Is it up to the Hype?

    1
    Ok. here I am again doing my first "major" post in over a year....Such a long time. Anyways, I bought MarioKart7 yesterday. I opened it and so far it is really worth the $40 I spent. The Kart customization makes it so much more easier to get... More
  • Classic Toys Never Die!!! (The Re-Birth Of Fun Without Batteries Or HDMI Cables)

    2
    I love video games. I love video games A LOT! But, not all of my favorite memories of childhood were about Nintendo, Sega, etc. I don't know if I'm deluded like many generations are, but I tend to think that my childhood years (the 80's) were... More
  • The Ongoing Process Of Weaning Myself Off Pre-Ordering

    7 1
    I used to be the person who pre-ordered everything. Especially if I knew I already wanted to play the game in question, it seemed far easier to pop on over to Amazon, place the pre-order, then forget about it until it showed up in the post. Then we started... More
  • The new hardcore gamer

    6
    It's no secret that video games are more widespread than they used to be. Hell, they are more prevalent than they were a mere two or three years ago. Everyone from kids to grandparents are playing. They use consoles, handhelds, PCs, iPads, and cell... More
  • A Small Announcement Regarding the Community Update

    4
    Well Blog Herding is back, in case you didn't hear, and it is being taken over by probably the one person that I would really trust to do such a thing, Saint . Seriously glad that they chose the right person to take over, because as much as I love... More