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  • Blind Gamer's Amazing Feat

    Blind gamer Jordan Verner of Ontario, Canada recently conquered Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. (Which was released over 12 years ago in 1998 for the Nintendo 64 and the Nintendo GameCube.) Over two years ago when gamer Roy Williams... More
  • Natal, a little overpriced for my wallet?

    Would you be willing to pay $150 for a video camera peripheral that will only work with a $200 gaming console? Microsoft hopes so--at least according to Edge Online's "trusted source," who says that $150 is in fact the price tag for a Project... More
  • Price Cut the Wii U? Do it for your sake Nintendo.

    Recently Ubisoft has stated that it would like to see a price cut for the Wii U because it would increase sales for both the system and games. With the fast approaching release of the PS4 and possible XBoxNext, I think Nintendo needs to do just that to... More
  • StarTrek: Into Darkness new Teaser trailer

    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
  • Guess that Game (July 2015)...

    Salvete Gameinformer! It's a new month which means it's a new Guess That Game. It seems I was able to trick quite a few of you into thinking the game was from another popular series and not from the one I chose. Some really observant people might... More
  • Sooner or Later You’re Gonna Get Bored

    Note-1: Fair warning this will probably be rather long. I’ve broken things up into multiple parts in order to better organize things. Note-2: When referring to first-person shooters I am speaking specifically about those with multiplayer such as... More
  • Don't judge a game by its cover... price

    A few of you know a little about me. I am married... I have two daughters; one is four years old, the other is six months old... I work as a writer for my local newspaper... Before I forget, here's a little advice: Writers make absolutely no money... More
  • The Wreck (Short story)

    The sights and images of the wreckage would forever haunt me, the agonizing pain I suffered during the crash, listening to the frightened screams of men, women and children as the planes sirens were shrilly alerting us of our impending doom. Brace for... More
  • The Criminal Conundrum

    Back in the days of the NES (when dinosaurs roamed the earth and I clubbed sabre toothed tigers for fun) character development was generally not thought about too much. Games were content with presenting a problem and having the player solve that problem... More
  • The tale of nothingness chapter 2: The Walruses strike back!

    It was a cold, dark, night in the bowling alley. On the floor lay a massive crater, measuring 20 ft in diameter and 30 feet deep. The presence of bubbles was sooooo filling, you could pop them without even TRYING! :O A dark figure emerged from the west... More
  • Battlefield 3: Close Quarters

    I've been a little vicious towards DICE/EA in the past few months, and as far as I'm concerned, rightfully so. When Battlefield 3 came out of the gate a couple weeks ahead of Modern Warfare 3, I felt like I didn't have nearly enough time to... More
  • Going To The Movies This Year? Take A Look At This List of 2012-2014

    First of all, Happy New Year's Eve to everyone, and this will me my last list of the year, unless it is completely necessary. So if you would like to go to the movies in 2012, 2013, or 2014, this list is going to tell you some of them(Too many for... More