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  • Grown Up, Bold, and Proven

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    I'm a pretty big tech geek. If there's any chance for me to advocate a new tech product, game, or news-breaking advancement, I will. Heck, my priority at the moment is to work my way into the industry of media journalism - be it video games, tech... More
  • Bring On The Rage: Assassin's Creed III Is A Disappointment

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    I was pretty confident that I would enjoy Assassin's Creed III. In fact, I was even hopeful. After being introduced to the franchise a few months after ACII had released, I played that and Brotherhood, much to my own enjoyment. Going back and trying... More
  • Why The ESRB Is Out Of Touch

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    Platformers, shooters; simulators, fighters; educational, not-so-educational. Each game has its own feel, its own pull, its own audience. Some are meant purely for the young, while others are meant exclusively for the adult. However, the in-between is... More
  • Apple's Tim Cook Leads Company In Disappointing New Direction

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    OCTOBER 31, 2012 - - Issue 1 CALIFORNIA - In the wake of the released iPhone 5 (September 21) and the announcement of the iPad Mini as of October 23, Apple diehards cheered around the world in piranha-like excitement for the tech Goliath's next product... More
  • Still Alive

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    Hopefully the obvious Portal reference caught a couple of you guys' attention. But the statement is slightly more than that, much to your reading pleasure. In my mind, I've been absent from Gameinformer Online for more than could be considered... More
  • Mechanizing the Numbers

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    Got Borderlands 2? Can't decide what class to dedicate your time towards? Just downloaded the Mechromancer DLC? Look no further, because you're final incentive towards why you should be playing as Gaige right now, is here. When built properly... More
  • Stop Spilling the Beans!

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    It's an interesting situation that dedicated gamers live in. With the round of every fall season, hype begins to surmount around major titles for the holiday blow-out. This year, its games such as Assassin's Creed 3, Halo 4, X-Com, Dishonored... More
  • Know Your Role

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    Role playing games are some of the most rewarding, immersive, and enjoyable experiences available to us. The freedom of developing our own character in the way that we chose offers an unbounded feeling of power, choice, and possibility. Do we decide to... More
  • Onward, Unto New Grounds

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    In the last ten days, I've been entranced with the likes of what I as a gamer would have thought I'd never mix myself with. Immaturely, I used to claim that I would not jump ship due to lack of quality, lousy game mechanics, and annoying money... More
  • Sonic Vibrations

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    I'm going to take some time off from the subject of video gaming for this post, and talk about something else, just as interesting. Let's talk about music. I don't know how much I've stressed this, but I feel like I advocate the importance... More
  • Guild Wars 2: Redefining the MMO for Players of All Kinds

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    Following the successful launch of the original Guild Wars back in 2005, developer ArenaNet announced a follow-up to the popular massively-multiplayer game, simply letting us know the existence of Guild Wars 2. Five years have passed, and we now know... More
  • Epitome of Hyperbole

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    There is one thing that can go almost without saying in gamer culture: We're a jaded bunch. If we're not ripping on each other in multiplayer-based games, we're ripping on features, reviews, commentators, publishers, developers, and the very... More
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