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  • How Game Informer Has Failed Us

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    I am here to give yet another story of a forlorn Game Informer forum "veteran." And I will be doing so in a more diplomatic manner than the site deserves. I joined these forums in 2006, just a scant few days after my parents starting letting me use the internet, and just before my 13th birthday. I was breaking the rules. I was an immature spammer. I was ignored to the point of boredom and left.

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    I am here to give yet another story of a forlorn Game Informer forum "veteran." And I will be doing so in a more diplomatic manner than the site deserves. I joined these forums in 2006, just a scant few days after my parents starting letting... More
  • Bandwagoning: Top 10 Favorite Games of All Time.

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    I suppose I'll jump on the gravy train and serve up a blog post about my top ten favorite games of all time. I feel I must warn you, though: I have no idea how to page break in this editor.

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    I suppose I'll jump on the gravy train and serve up a blog post about my top ten favorite games of all time. I feel I must warn you, though: I have no idea how to page break in this editor. Now I'll tell you that despite the title, these entries... More
  • What Matt Helgeson Really Does in His Spare Time

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    On the latest episode of the Game Informer Podcast, GI's Senior Editor let slip a tidbit of shocking information. In giving us full disclosure, Matt Helgeson revealed to all GI readers and listeners that he is, in fact, the bass player for nu-metal band Korn.

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    On the latest episode of the Game Informer Podcast , GI's Senior Editor let slip a tidbit of shocking information. In giving us full disclosure, Matt Helgeson revealed to all GI readers and listeners that he is, in fact, the bass player for nu-metal... More
  • You Are Not Yourself

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         I have been reading King Lear. For those of you who aren't familiar with it, it revolves around the life of King Lear after he splits the kingdom of Albion among two of his three daughters. From that point, many heavy themes are presented, and among them is the relevance of certain ideals, predominantly individualism. In other words, it begs the question "are you still yourself, even without all the things that define you?"

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    I have been reading King Lear. For those of you who aren't familiar with it, it revolves around the life of King Lear after he splits the kingdom of Albion among two of his three daughters. From that point, many heavy themes are presented, and among... More
  • In Case You Don't Know Me...

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    I'm making my first blog specifically for the purpose of introducing myself. ^_^

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    I'm making my first blog specifically for the purpose of introducing myself. ^_^ They call me Ethan. That's not my name, but to be honest it really doesn't bother me because I like it more than my actual name. I live down in South Florida... More