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  • The Essentials: To the Test – Super Mario 64

    Our first entry finds us on the prowl for cake in the myriad paintings of Princess Toadstool’s castle. Since we do not have an N64, we played the DS port on Haley’s 3DS. Remember, the point of this is to see how a new, modern gamer would approach... More
  • Guess that Game (June 2015)...

    Bonjour Gameinformer! Another month and another Guess That Game! Last month's Guess That Game seems to have been a pretty good balance between difficulty and easiness. People were able to guess the game at many of the different clues, which is always... More
  • Why'd I Buy That!?! : Final Fantasy Edition

    Let's face it, we've all made unwise gaming-related purchases. Maybe you found a game for a cheap price, were unaware of how bad it was, and swooped it up right there on the spot. It could be launch day for a title that you think you're going... More
  • The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Critique

    One of my most anticipated games of the year, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is tough to place. I expected more, but what we have isn’t bad. It’s good: quite good in fact. There’s a whole lot to love in terms of sheer content and the quality... More
  • I Quit My Job For Video Games

    In case you don’t keep up with the happenings of the video game industry; E3, the world's premier trade show for video games, will be here in two weeks. The event takes place in Los Angeles, which is approximately 1,547 miles away from where... More
  • The Game Informer Online Summer Game Challenge- A Call to Arms

    UPDATE: At the request of a few users, the rules will be changed slightly. Not all games are small. Some are quite large, and take lots of hours to complete. To compensate, any game with an hour time of ~40 hours for a combined run on "Howlongtobeat... More
  • June Game Challenge: Week One (And May Game Challenge Wrap Up)

    Well, it's June. Where has this year gone? And how did it go so fast? Yesterday wrapped up my May game challenge, and, since my rules for the month were relaxed a bit, I had no trouble accomplishing much of what I wanted to. Success! I set out to... More
  • My 5 Big E3 Questions

    What's going on guys, I recently started doing a new video series where I just talk about whatever catches my attention. If you wanted to check that out, that would be great, but if you'd rather just read my "5 big questions" about E3... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Games That Bridge The Gap

    A situation I frequently come across is trying to explain (to people that don't play video games) that all video games aren't violent, horrible brainwashing devices. That they aren't only for teenage boys or people still living at home in... More
  • Splatoon - online issues make me a sad squid

    My early experience with Splatoon has been about the worst possible, made worse by the fact that I can’t seem to find any help anywhere. You see, Splatoon would be a fun game if I could get online with it. But I can’t, despite having a strong... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: Best Games for Newcomers

    Sometimes, it takes a special kind of game to hook people on gaming as a whole. Other times, there could just be one or two genres that are completely impossible to enjoy, even if someone likes most types of games. For this reason, instead of solely listing... More
  • 52/52 Week 22- Radiant Historia Review- A Timeless Classic

    Since last year, I've been on a quest to diversify by DS library. For the majority of my ownership of my DS, I played the most typical Nintendo games I could- New Super Mario Bros, every Pokemon game I could play, and both of the Zelda games on the... More
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