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  • E3 Behind the Scenes: Day One Adventures

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    Last year was my rookie season as a member of the media attending E3. It was hard, confusing and honestly overwhel

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    Last year was my rookie season as a member of the media attending E3. It was hard, confusing and honestly overwhelming. Being the solo member for my outlet I had no one to aid me, but it was a great learning experience. Applying all the knowledge I acquired... More
  • Video Game Poetic – The Cost

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    Welcome to latest installment of Video Game Poetic. This is a poetry guessing game where I write about things like Letting Go , Growing up , and The P Word . While you try to guess the game/series that inspired the poem. I am not a poet, but I do consider... More
  • I Quit My Job For Video Games

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    In case you don’t keep up with the happenings of the video game

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    In case you don’t keep up with the happenings of the video game industry; E3, the world's premier trade show for video games, will be here in two weeks. The event takes place in Los Angeles, which is approximately 1,547 miles away from where... More
  • Diversity in Gaming: My Point of View

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    Diversity in gaming has become a hot button issue

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    Diversity in gaming has become a hot button issue. Assuming you haven’t been in the know, a little thing called #Gamergate happened and (under the guise of striving for journalistic integrity) maliciously attacked women in gaming. Though this was... More
  • Smashing! Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

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    When I first played “Super Smash Bros.” on the Nintendo 3DS, after testing out its Wii U counterpart at E3 2014, I was convinced that the frantic action of the series could not be confined to a handheld. The idea of learning a new control... More
  • Games That Should Have A Cartoon Series

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    This article originally appeared on Dustycartridge.com

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    This article originally appeared on Dustycartridge.com Ever since I was a child my Saturday mornings have been filled with two things, video games and cartoons. Occasionally the airwaves would be graced with a show that combined my two Saturday pastimes... More
  • Video Game Poetic – The P Word

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    I’m a classic story of Pleasure and Pain.

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    Welcome to another installment of Video Game Poetic. My last poem was a tragic tale, but this one is more philosophical. I am not a poet, but I do consider myself very creative. So again you might love it, you might hate it, or you might be indifferent... More
  • 5 Characters That Deserve The Spotlight

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    This article originally appeared on DustyCartridge.com After all the hype and anticipation we are finally getting our feet wet with everything the new generations has to offer. The coming months will be filled with disappointments, pleasant surprises... More
  • Best Boss Death Scenes In Metal Gear Solid Part 2

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    Welcome to part 2 of the best boss death scenes in Metal Gear Solid. If you missed part 1 you can click right here to get the recap. If your favorite didn’t make the cut just leave a comment and why it deserves to get the limelight. It should be... More
  • Letter To The Editors

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    In honor of me joining GIO a year ago I will share with you what my life at Game Informer was like. This will be a personal letter to the editors and what they are really like. With a few honorable mentions about some people you never knew existed who... More
  • Video Game Poetic – Letting Go

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    Welcome to the second installment of Video Game Poetic. My first poem had some of y’all guessing until the end. I can promise you this time around it would be as easy. I am not a poet, but I do consider myself very creative. So again you might love... More
  • Best Boss Death Scenes In Metal Gear Solid Part 1

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    This is a very special time for me. A year ago, this week, I started my internship at Game Informer Magazine and officially became a member of GIO. For all of you who know me I would like to thank you for reading my articles and/or commenting. For those... More
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