The lights are on
Veteran Member - Level 14
*Sigh* Sorry about that, I had this whole blog written out, with tons of links, and lost it all because IE9 sucks. (And this isn't my computer, so I won't be downloading a new browser.)
It's Gameinformer Online Radio - Episode 18, you know what that means! That's right, we talk about cartoons and TV for half of the time! ...Wait...
Hello people! This week marks the seventeenth episode of GIOR, and we're doing something a little different. Since we've talked about nothing but E3 news and predictions for the past few we, we figured you guys would be sick of video game news. We decided to do a bit of a free-form episode where we talk about anything that comes to our head.
Since there's not much news this week, we decided to do a free-form episode with different topics not relating to news. We go from the topics of the recent Minecraft hack, to the topic of how cartoons suck nowadays. How we do this is a mystery that you'll learn by listening the the episode.
And if you're wondering why I made a My Little Pony reference... I'll explain that later.
This week is our E3 extravaganza! In this episode we talk about nothing but what we liked and didn't like at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Well... almost nothing. It's GIOR, we can't stay on topic! We talk about Wii U, Smash Bros. on two different systems, the Playstation Velveeta, and I make a My Little Pony reference.
Who's excited for E3 next week? The GIOR crew is, and that's why we did this special E3 predictions episode!
Next week is that special time known as E3, and you know what that means; E3 predictions! We have the usual "guess what's gonna happen" game, along with our branded GIOR stupidity. Does anyone else want to play Dig-Doug?
In about six days, we will be in the month of June. This not only means warm weather, pools and lemonade, but it also means a bunch of awesome things for me, personally, and maybe you if you share the same interests.
Hello! You're reading the blog that will help you be listening to the Gameinformer Online Radio podcast, episode 13!
This is the episode where we talk about L.A. Noire. I also yell at everyone. Does that sound good? Well then listen to this episode!
Hello! Are you ready to have your ears overjoyed by this incredible show? Good, because it's up, it's here, and it's... something.
Well, you know what they say... two's company, and three's a crowd. Especially when talking about Voldo hugging Kingdom Hearts characters.
Ok, so the title is a little cheesy, but that pretty much sums up the XBLA Triple Pack. For $30, you get Trials HD, LIMBO, and 'Splosion Man. I don't have Xbox Live, so I never got to play these games, not counting the demos that you can find in Official Xbox Magazine. I've always wanted to play these games, especially the indie darling LIMBO, so this compilation was a definite buy for me.
Hi everyone! This week, we've got Gamebeast on as a special GIO guest.
Hey everyone! This week, we've got good old Gamebeast23456 as our guest, and we're talkin' about the Nintendo Feel, among other things. Also Social Networks.
I can't stop thinking about it! I wonder what's going to happen next, even hours after I finish playing. I suppose that means it's a great game, but I haven't really experienced this before. If I play a good game, I wonder about it, sure, but never like this (Of course, the games I've truly been in love with have never actually been 30+ hour RPGs...). With Mass Effect, I just can't stop thinking about these characters that I really feel invested in, and how their journey aboard the Normandy will conclude.
As you may have heard, the Playstation Network has been down for a whole week. Now, with the new info that's coming out, we've learned that PSN users' information could be compromised. This means names, addresses, credit card info, and other stuff.
Anyone get Portal 2 yesterday? If so, good for you, because you picked up an awesome game.
I got my copy late last night, around 8 'O Clock, and I couldn't wait to play it. I'd been talking to Sean earlier that day, and he sai
Sean Lowery and I played Portal 2's co-op for four straight hours last night. It was awesome. Click "Read More" to hear about our adventures in Aperture Science labs.