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Hey GIO peeps! Back for another edition of Blog Herding! Check out the work of your peers this week! Happy reading!
Keeping A Safe Distance From Games With Creation ToolsBorn4This has been enamored with creation tools from character to car customization, but he's avoiding titles like LittleBigPlanet and Minecraft. Why? Check out his post and find out. Also, don't forget to tune into the Robot in the Corner podcast!Dissecting This Week's Reveals: The Tomb Raider Reboot & Uncharted 3Derreck explores the return of both Lara Croft and Nathan Drake. In this post he discusses whether or not each character's upcoming game has been inspired in some way by the other's franchise. What do you think? Join the discussion in the comments section.My Elder Scrolls V Ideas: Updated And CompiledFife is thrilled about the announcement of The Elder Scrolls V. With that said, he has compiled a massive wishlist of what he wants to see in the upcoming title. Add your TES wishes in the comments section of his post. Amnesia: The Dark DecentIf you haven't already heard, Amnesia is a great game and has been terrifying PC gamers across the board. If you haven't checked it out or heard of Amnesia, let Forsberg introduce you in this post.Have You Ever Cried Over a Video Game…I certainly have. Admit it, you have, too. Saint admits to have a soft spot for the emotional. What tugs at your heartstrings to the point of tears? Chat it up in the comments section of his post.Are MMO Games Really "Life Sucking"?Do MMOs like World of Warcraft really ruin lives? Are they really that addicting? What's the draw? Di5a5terp13ce explains his viewpoint.
Apozem's Best Of 2010Apozem put together his personal list of this year's best. What made your list? Discuss!
Staff blogs you may have missed: Andy posts his Letter from the Editor straight from the January issue (Tomb Raider).
Note: Blog Herding is taking a two-week break for the holidays, but that doesn't mean you should stop blogging! We'll be back in the new year with an extra large entry of posts herded over the break so start blogging! Happy holidays, everyone!
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