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With the Legend of Zelda series, music has been a key factor to the experience since the beginning. From the early and simple NES tunes to the epic orchestrations in Skyward Sword, this series has seen its fair share of atmospheric and amazing songs. These songs not only add to the immersion and scale of the games, but are guaranteed to stick in your head hours after you turn the console off.
Due to the popularity (and I do use that word loosely) of our last dual review, JR and I decided to do it again. This time, however, it's with a topic that's a bit more relevant.
Let’s play pretend. I want you to pretend that you’re interested in the process of how I think up, write, and publish my writings here on GIO. Pretending yet? Good! Now I want you to pretend to read the rest of this blog.
Greetings faithful readers! Do you remember those games you played at an early age? Those games that, throughout the years, have stuck with you due to its sheer impact upon your life? I know I do, and that’s why I’m bringing you my top 12 nostalgic games!
Remember when I said I was going to review every movie in the Nightmare On Elm Street series? Yeah, that failed. It's not that I
I've been teasing it for awhile now, and if you've talked to me at all in the past week, you've been bombarded with it. For those of you who don't know, I love the Nightmare On Elm Street series. I loved it the first time I saw it many years ago, and I love it even more today. And now I bring to you, my faithful readers...
Have you ever had one person who has tried their hardest to make your life worse? One person, just one person who got an increasing amount of pleasure from attempting to ruin your day? No? Congratulations, you don't exist.
This week, Michael, Dan, Joel, JR, and Matt discuss such topics as Saints Row The Third, Skyrim, and why Michael is a biased fanboy hater of Sly Cooper and should die a horrible death. ...At least, I think we talked about that last part. Also, giant floppy purple... well, you'll see.
I should've expected it. That one game, that one game that I just could not bring myself finish. I definitely didn't know I'd run into that game so early in my quest. That game was Fallout: New Vegas.
Previously in my quest to clear my backlog, I played, beat, and reviewed the first Sly game. My review wasn't very favorable, and it garnered a lot of hate and negative opinions towards me. This week, I return with a slightly better, but less beloved and nostalgic game to hate on. That game is...
The other day, I was slightly bored, so I started thinking about all of the great video games coming out this month. Realizing just how many there were, I decided to write down a list of games I needed to buy, as well as the games I own, but have yet to finish. As most of you know, this is what gamers call a "backlog". This is the story of mine.
Yes I know, Halloween is over. It's a sad fact, for sure, but that doesn't mean we can't still talk about it. What did you do to celebrate Halloween?