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  • Why I like co-op more than competitive

    Hello readers. Tonight I'm here to say why I love co-op. First off, it's he power of working together with friends and actually use strategy, not brain-dead AI (I'm looking t you Halo 3 marines). Maybe one will be the sniper, while the others... More
  • Mass Effect 3: My vision of a multiplayer

    Bioware has shown some details concerning the multiplayer in mass effect 3, which is celebrating its debut, short time ago. With this I am also asking myself what I expect from this new added mode which not seems to fit into the game at the first view... More
  • 3 More Reviews from Game Over... continue?

    Hey all, here are three more reviews from the summer of " Finishing games that have been sitting on my shelf for months and months and months... " Looking forward to all the good stuff coming up, glad I've whittled down some of the stuff... More
  • Every Game I've Ever Beaten: Part 2

    The early days were nice, but the Genesis/SNES console generation was the, ahem, genesis of my addiction. The number of games I defeated rose substantially from the NES days, yet at the same time games were becoming more and more complex. RPGs moved to... More
  • [31/31: The Movie | Part 29] Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)

    Writer/director Paul WS Anderson has always had a great eye for camera angles, and he's improved enough at filming action sequences that they are now easy to follow and exciting to watch. Now if only he'd get someone else to write decent scripts... More
  • [31/31: The Movie | Part 14] Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle Of Life (2003)

    Jan de Bont is best known for directing Speed and Twister , though he also directed Speed 2: Cruise Control and The Haunting . After Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle Of Life , he hasn't directed another film in a ten year period, and I'm not... More
  • 7/28 - Those That Make LOL'ing Great

    So today I had a very angry day. Just all around terrible. Everything irked me. Lucky for me I have a few forms of media that help calm that all around rage. When video games and music don't seem to work, that's when I turn to stand-up comedy... More
  • How Dead Space 3 Got Co-Op Right

    They did it again. The first Dead Space was a universal hit. It’s mixture of unique gameplay mechanics and terrifying horror elements were very well-received, and naturally people wanted more. As details began to leak about the sequel, some people... More
  • My Answers to Jolt's 10 Questions - Week 5

    Wow, Jolt and his helpers seem able to come up with more questions than I'm able to answer, but if they are taking the time to post them, they at least deserve a decent number of responses. Anyway here we go, I'll try not to be boring. 1. What... 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
  • Videogame Snobs

    So I know these two guys. They are cousins. And videogame snobs. We were at my house. I asked them if they wanted to play Halo 3. They agreed to it, so I popped it in my 360. I told them I was pretty good and they instantly assumed they were better than... More
  • How the PS VITA became my gateway drug into retro gaming

    I once owned a PSP for two months. Yep, I got suckered in by its sweet-looking screen, glossy sexiness and the promise of a portable PlayStation 2 in my pocket. Obviously, the PSP was a worthless piece of junk unless playing watered-down ports of average... More