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  • Worst Investment

    The PS3 has become the worst $300 console and $800 in games and accessories I've ever spent in a single day. The biggest problem I have is that it's so freakin slow. To load any game may take up to 5 minutes. That's just bull. For the record... More
  • Video Game Art ♦ Day 14/30

    Today's blog is rather a simple one- a short one in fact. A single question. And yet it is so much more overdramatized and more complex than any lengthy amount of words I could write or throw together. And from the title of this blog, you might have... More
  • Happy Easter GIO!

    This is my first holiday here at GIO, so I'm not sure how it works. Nonetheless, I'd like to wish everyone a happy Easter. I'm not a religious person, but I have two daughters, so my day is filled with activities. To those of you that have... More
  • Quick Critique: Jetpack Joyride

    I like jetpacks, I know that an actual jetpack would be terrible idea (I feel I don't need to explain why), but I love the idea of just strapping on a backpack and taking off to the sky's. Though that would suck in the real world but in movies... More
  • Holiday Interview: Captain Falcon - Part 1

    Captain Falcon is a main character in the F-Zero series, and he made a comeback in the Super Smash Bros. Series. I sat down with him and proceeded to interview this Nintendo living legend. Or rather, TRIED to... Williamon: Thanks for coming, Falcon! Did... More
  • Bloodborne: How to Kill the Amygdala - easy boss Strategy

    In this video we will be taking a look at taking on the Amygdala. He kind of sucks, because he has like 6 arms and his feet and tail are heavily armored, but I show you the good spots to hit, and how to keep him moving in hopes he doesn't squish you... More
  • How Important Is American Gaming?

    As a child, I grew up in a community where people were fiercely patriotic. That patriotism bled over into all sorts of things. One of the most common points of contention was cars. Back then, to be seen proudly driving a Honda or Toyota was tantamount... More
  • Embrace the Past or Shut Up

    I recently got into a heated argument with a friend over the relevancy of backwards compatibility in today’s world. I was a little pissed after Don Mattrick’s comment about the players who like backwards compatibility being “backwards”... More
  • The triumphant return of the Guild Of Holiday Hat Wearers... Yeah.

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    All things start somewhere, the GOHHWY started two years ago (terrible first blog, I know) and was mysteriously absent a few Holiday seasons, but today, here on the 2nd of December, 2012, I, God Of Irony, do humbly offer a service of "holiday-ing"... More
  • Microsoft Throws a Bone

    Well I never thought it would happen, but it seems that the giant coporation that is Microsoft is beginning to take better care of it's customers. I got an E-mail detailing a new program in which XBL members will receive points for doing regular activities... More
  • LOL

    I was checking on how fast the the college campus internet was. More
  • The Only One: Why it's Hard to be Old School in a Time Like This.

    A few months ago, I was trying to explain to one of my non-gamer friends what Punch-Out!! was and why it's so awesome. A few minutes in I realized "She's not getting any of this", which is discouraging. I understand that gaming does... More