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  • KoF 14 Demo: Spicey Boi Fever!

    KoF is one of the best fighting games out there and still to this day, it gets praise from almost everyone who plays it. The game utilizes the Combo System very well, the selection of characters are very vast and the entire game is a bundle a fun for... More
  • The Best Games Period - Episode 33 - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    FUS RO DAH! This week the gang tackles Bethesda's sprawling open-world RPG, Skyrim. The 2011 title released in an incredibly buggy state, but became one of the first major cases of post-release patching. Critics heaped acclaim onto Skyrim, praising... More
  • Book Review: Ready Player One

    Almost any gamer will find the premise of Ready Player One familiar. Taking place in the near future, RPO envisions a dystopian Earth whose citizens have given up on “the real world” in favor of spending as much time as possible in the OASIS... More
  • My Dwindling Love for Video Games

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    It's funny how things happen. We grow up into this world, and we all change. Looks change, personalities may change, and hobbies change. However, they are those things that just won't change. For me, I always thought it would be my fascination... More
  • Transformers: Devastation Review

    8.3 - While not the best interactive Transformers experience, Devastation is a worthy title by PlatinumGames that should definitely be played by fans of the franchise and is worth a look by casual fans and gamers as well. Transformers: War for Cybertron... More
  • Pokemon Go Critique

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    Pokemon Go is already the most successful mobile game in US history and seems poised to take that title world wide. It’s has more users than the Tinder, Snapchat, and Twitter apps. Nintendo finally put a Pokemon game on mobile and wouldn’t... More
  • Fall 2016 Cannot Come Fast Enough

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    The past year (and the previous couple of years) have been a rough adventure in being an adult with no extra lives, restarts, or previous saves. With what is hopefully the worst of the adventures in adulthood (nearly) over, I'm ready to both be a... More
  • A Pain In the Neck (Literally)

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    For the past week, my neck's been sore. Normally I'd tough it out and think nothing of it, assuming I probably sprained it at work. No big deal, right? But if you've seen the movie Shutter, then you'll understand why I'm just a little... More
  • My Game Script: Experiment Ber - Chapter One: Act 1

    Two months ago thanks to a writing challenge, I posted the prologue to my game script: Experiment Ber. At first, I had my doubts on how and when to do it, but as I began to write it here I did not only had a good time but also returned to my writing roots... More
  • Submerged Review: A Beautiful Story Hidden in Repetitive Gameplay

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    A dedicated sister, a dying boy, and a mysterious sunken city all combine to create the beautiful and poignant game that is Submerged. Set in a visually stunning environment, Submerged tells multiple stories in a uniquely wordless way. Playing as a young... More
  • Discovering Writing Through Adversity

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    This past December I finally decided to become more involved in the GI community. Going back to school last fall really ignited my passion for writing and I am glad to have a place where I can blog about gaming. Two years ago I was living under very different... More
  • The Other Side Of A Gamer

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    Ever since I joined Gameinformer back on November 8, 2013, my posts have been mainly focused on gaming, but what about me? Sure I have gone on and on about some things about myself, and even though I've been quite repetitive, I feel this urge to share... More
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