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Hey everyone! Do you like Pinball? Are you competitive? Do you want to brag about your pinball score, even to the owners of different console? You've come to the right place.
I love video game music. With this, I'm starting a new series of blogs focusing on the best soundtracks of video games, both old and new.
Have you ever wondered about games you didn't know about? Perhaps you're missing out on an amazing game, yet you've never even heard of it. This is what I thought when I heard of Dream Mix TV World Fighters.
Good afternoon everyone! Have you ever read something about a Nintendo game announcement of, say, Donkey Kong Country Returns and think, "Wow, that's cool and all, but I wish Nintendo would stop being lazy and just make a new IP instead of rehashing old franchises."
Well, it's been (3? 4?) weeks since the first episode of The Starship Intercom, but t
[Update]: Sorry about the long wait for another episode guys. We have plenty recorded (about 4 are in the works) but our editor is trying to get into college, so he's really busy. He's said that he'll have time this weekend, and to expect new episode then. I'm not sure how much credibility that has, but it's all I can say. Once again, Sorry.
Congrats. If you caught that joke, you're a Gameinformer nerd like me. If you didn't, it's a joke Phil Kollar made in Gameiformer's Batman: Arkham City podcast.
I've encountered an extremely weird glitch in which I can't continue my single player story.
I'm going to jump right into this topic: Sharing online multiplayer. I'm tired of seeing remarks like "I'm glad that a law is being passed so little kiddies can't play Halo online" and "Stupid little kids shouldn't play Halo because it's annoying lolz".
Look out Dean, (born4this) you have some competition coming your way!
Ok, I'm not going to beat around the bush, this multiplayer is amazing. It provides a huge change of pace from the regular multiplayer games, (Call of Duty, I'm looking at you!) and changes a lot of what you've come to expect from online play.
Weird, I know. Normally it's the other way around, but here's why I think my local Gamestop hates me. It's not that they treat me like a random idiot when I walk in there, it's because whenever I go in, I work them to death.