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  • Indie Game Coverage.

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    With XBL, PSN titles , and Wii ware on the rise, indie games are beginning to stand out amongst giant developers like EA and Activision. The more popular titles are even giving small developers more power and money to become their own premiere development... More
  • "What Else Is New?" Presents: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review - It's Gonna Take More Than Some Rain to Wash This Spider Out

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    ***THIS REVIEW IS 100% SPOILER-FREE*** Welcome to "What Else Is New?" I don't know how many of you all out there on GI.com have ever read any of my film reviews or Year-End Top 10 Lists but I've kind of decided that I wanted to use my... More
  • Ogre battle 64 finally released on virtual console

    I'm very excited that this has finally taken place. The only thing that could be better is a complete remake, but this will have to do. This is a great game, and if you have never taken time to enjoy this title please do yourself a favor and do so... More
  • Zeng This!!! 12/08/10

    Our world is in peril, the seas are rising, the earth cracks and breaks, and a giant ass Dragon fly’s over the land breathing fire and raining death. Oh this is not the real world this is the World of Warcraft. Yes after two years the next expansion... More
  • What Games Will NOT Win GOTY pt 3: 5 more down

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    This year has been an outstanding year in gaming. Making selections to eliminate is getting harder and harder everyblog. Let me know what games you think should be cut next, and check out what games are remaining at this link http://www.gameinformer.com... More
  • What is Immersion?

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    In my last article I tackled the differences in storytelling in video games, often a main reason for the divide in preference amongst the community being "immersion". But what truly is "immersion" in a video game? You hear the word... More
  • How Fallout 3 Helped Me Cope With Death

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    The idea for this blog post came to me when thinking back on my experience with arguably my favorite game: Fallout 3. I can still recall riding back home from the mall with my friend Alex and his Mom in the back of her gold Impala. Ignoring their presence... More
  • A Brief Talk on Mobile Gaming ♦ Day 18/30

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    Today's blog is going to be a relatively short one- probably not any longer than yesterday's, and if it is shorter indeed, no more than three or four paragraphs worth of information. At least, that's the plan. As the title would suggest, I... More
  • My answer to the question of the month, issue 234

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    “If you could play as any video game villain, who would you choose, and why?” As I considered this question, a number of other questions began to form. Not immediately mind you, but after I started considering what was wrong with my first answer. My gut... More
  • Follow Up - Tomb Raider through the Lens of Past Survival

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    After beating the new Tomb Raider , the first question I received was literally, "Was it all rapey?" With the game released and in hand, I can firmly say no . Questions like this make it obvious that the controversy is still steeping and addressing... More
  • Buying An Unfinished Game: What Are You Really Paying For?

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    In the PC gaming market of today, developers and publishers are under more and more pressure to not only deliver great games, but deliver them as quickly as they can. But when speed of development comes at the price of quality and polish, is it fair to... More
  • The Unintended Awesomeness of User-Created Content...

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    (What a cop-out...) While the mod scene has been flourishing on pc's for years, user-created content is still a relatively new thing for us console gamers. The flood of content that's been created in the past few years for games ranging from Civilization... More