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  • What Are You Paying For?

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    I've been playing the Black Ops Annihilation map pack, and in particular I've been enjoying the new zombies map, Shangri La. This got me thinking; if I'm paying $15 for four multiplayer maps and a zombies map, what am I actually paying $15... More
  • Unnamed GIO-Exclusive Book Series Project Announcement

    After and before officially closing down my last story, which I will not continue - Wasteland Chronicles - I started to think about a more unique story where the majority of story and lore elements would be my own creation. This idea first came to me... More
  • Funcom says PC edition remains team's focus, but 360 version also in development; release depends on desktop-platform success.

    Massively multiplayer online role-playing game makers routinely announce their newest projects will populate Microsoft's Xbox 360 or Sony's PlayStation 3, but very few have been able to deliver. It appears as if the latest to be added to that... More
  • GIO Poetry Corner: Update and Reminder

    I don't know about you guys, but I'm really dead set on doing this for the community. I've had a few newer members opt to take part of this, and everyone else on the spectrum of experience on this website, and I really want to see this through... More
  • Quantum Conundrum

    It’s hard not to draw comparisons to Portal when playing Quantum Conundrum , a first person physics-based puzzler from Portal co-creator Kim Swift. In fact, it almost seems at times as though Swift and Airtight Games are purposely encouraging the... More
  • 31/31 Day 22 - Missing In Action

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    This is a return to one of my moments blogs, where I mention great moments I've had whilst playing video games and their accompanying feelings. I've realized that the blogs along these lines that I did earlier were all of a very nostalgic and... More
  • Altruism

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    Now I don't imagine this blog will be terribly long, and I'm sure most of you will say to yourselves "fantastic!" I'm on baby duty right now as my wife is out doing her half marathon training, and I'm not going to be able to... More
  • My Top Five Masterpieces In Gaming

    Hello, bloggers and gamers of Game Informer! While I am working on another huge blog post, I've decided to post this one beforehand. Will more posts come before the big one? Maybe, not sure yet. What I can tell you is that I am one-thirds done with... More
  • Mind-Blown: Dark Souls

    Hello, bloggers and gamers of Game Informer! This week's post (actually written on the right day) will be on my favorite R.P.G., Dark Souls. In thinking of which game or series I wanted to write about this week, I wanted a unique game or series for... 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
  • Recommendation Friday! #2

    This is my blog where I recommend games to you guys that I've been playing recently and have had a bunch of fun with. It doesn't matter whether the game is brand new or came out 20 years ago, there is still fun to be found in all game eras. So... More
  • FIre Emblem Awakening Review this game is too good

    I will admit, I had not played a fire emblem game prior to this one. In fact, I didn't even know they were strategy games and I would probably never play this game if Xcom hadn't sparked my interest in strategy (that will be reviewed in due time... More