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  • 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
  • Titanfall: Expedition DLC Review

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    Titanfall’s Expedition DLC preserves the balanced tug-of-wars between man and machine, though its eye-catching vistas come at a high price.

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  • Need writing experience in gaming journalism?

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    *I'm not entirely sure if it's okay to ask such a question on my GIO blog but I'm giving it a try. If I'm breaking some sort of rule please delete this as soon as possible or let me know so I can delete it myself. Thank you* Now to give... More
  • Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Review: Get Your Tomb On

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    Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris may not have tomb in the name, but tombs are what this game is all about. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a 1-4 player top down, twin stick shooter, puzzle game and is the sequel to the 2010 Lara Croft and the... More
  • My Thoughts on the NX

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    What I can say about this, is that there is something wrong with it. I'm excited for it and can't wait to see it's capability, but seeing what it looks like was such a downer. I know many will say otherwise, I'm looking at you personal... More
  • The Essentials Challenge: Gorow - Bioshock

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    Round 3! Fight! One of the more recent games to be considered an Essential by most, Bioshock caused quite a stir when it was announced in 2004. A spiritual successor to the venerable System Shock games, 2K Games brought some the most atmospheric first... More
  • The Importance Of Video Games Re-Releases

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    Remasters, reboots, remakes, ports, compilations/collections, re-imaginings, these have been afloat quite a while lately, haven't they? It's no surprise that every time we hear a game wil have one of the previously 6 versions we feel happy with... 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
  • Why Always-Online Would Be Better Than Internet Checks

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    This may not sound correct, but I think an always-online console would be more useful than one with 24 hour internet checks. Here's why: Reason #1 An always-online console would require people to fully utilize the Xbox One's cloud gaming service... More
  • Hotline Miami Review: A stylish and violent beat 'em up you want to keep playing

    EDIT: Well there is a review section for it now, so I reviewed it here . If you don't trust my review, Ben reviewed it. Also you should play this game, it's kind of fun. More
  • Gamefreak's Difficult[y] Problem

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    If there's any developer out there that could be defined as a contradiction, it would be the consistent and yet inconsistent developer known as Gamefreak. They have been pushing out releases of one of gaming's most beloved franchises for over... More
  • Gamestop Depresses Me, And Here's Why...

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    When I was a kid, one of my favorite pastimes was a trip to the local supermall. Which... nowadays is just Walmart for all you younger whippersnappers. I kid. Fortunately, malls have still survived. But, back on topic! Of the numerous places to aimlessly... More