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Boys and girls of every age, wouldn't you like to see something strange? Come with us and you will see, this, our show of Halloween.
On this extra special Halloween episode of GIOR, we do... absolutely nothing out of the ordinary, until the end where we talk about horror games. But that doesn't mean it's a bad episode, right? RIGHT?!
This is Gameinformer Online Radio episode 29! This week, the crew talks about Batman: Arkham City, online passes, Mass Effect 3, and why Elisha is the worst part of this show. Sounds like fun, right?
Hello GIO members, GIO lurkers, and other denizens of GIO. I've decided to start a new series of blogs that analyses and reviews the characters from popular television shows, video games, and movies. I'm kicking this series off with one of my more recent addictions, Doctor Who.
This week, the crew talks about RAGE, Spider-Man: Edge of Time, Transformers, and dumb movies. Oh, and we also talk to the voice of Solid Snake.
I'm throwing this blog together a bit hastily right now, because I'm really late in posting this episode, and I apologise. But hey, GIOR!
Yes, I know it's only September 30th, but Halloween is just around the corner. In just 31 short days, we'll be celebrating the very things that we fear in our every day lives. Things like ghosts, monsters and other frightening creatures are to be paraded around, for one terrifyingly fantastic day.
Another episode, another two hours of incoherent rambling about topics that have absolutely no connection to each other whatsoever. But that's why you love us, right? ...Right?
This week, the crew talks about Dead Island, Tokyo Game Show, how to get a certain game involving time travel for free on PSN, and Disney pick up lines. Who do you voodoo?
This week, we go back. Back... to the future!
Roads? Where we're goin', we don't need roads.
A few weeks back, GIO blogger born4this posted a blog about his favorite games from this generation of consoles. In the comments, I told him that I agreed with his list, but didn't know what to pick for my own favorites. I said, "Perhaps I need to write my own blog on the subject...". He replied to said comment encouraging me to do so.
Today, September 2, 2011, is the day that I got my very own 32 inch flat-screen HDTV, and it's the first HD TV I've ever owned. It was a birthday present. Yes, I'm slow.
Hey guys, have you heard of this new thing called HD? I hear it's the next big thing! Some people are kind of down on it, but I honestly think it'll become the next big new thing, right alongside HD DVD.
Two episodes in one post! Did you miss us? Well if you didn't, we're still here regardless. Most of you already know the reason we haven't had an episode in a couple of weeks, but if not, read this blog. Anyways, on with the show!