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  • CWC: Classic Turn-based without the Grind

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    This weeks CWC brings up one of my favorite gaming memories from last year. I played plenty of great games in 2016. Some old, some new, and some that made old new. While I enjoyed a wonderfully diverse list of games last year there was no classic game... More
  • Stardew Valley Giveaway!

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    Today we are giving away a Steam key of Stardew Valley! All you have to do is leave a comment, and check out our Kickstarter! The question is.. what is your favorite crop in Stardew Valley? https://www.howtobuildcomputer.com/ https://www.kickstarter.com... More
  • The Essentials Challenge: Gorow - Bioshock

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    Round 3! Fight! One of the more recent games to be considered an Essential by most, Bioshock caused quite a stir when it was announced in 2004. A spiritual successor to the venerable System Shock games, 2K Games brought some the most atmospheric first... More
  • Games Journalism and Lessons Learned

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    I've been writing about games in some capacity since 2011. If we want to include my time writing for the school newspaper, we could go way back. But let's not do that, k? When I started writing for The Game Effect, a plucky little website full... More
  • My Two Cents: Kanji and Naoto's Misrepresenation

    Note: The following blog discusses Kanji Tatsumi and Naoto Shirogane from Persona 4, and my thoughts relating to their characters. There shall be spoilers, as well as my thoughts in relation to them being classified as LGBT characters. This blog, nor... More
  • How To Build The Perfect PC

    Hey Everyone. I just launched a new Kickstarter. It's an e-book about how to build the perfect PC. It's geared toward console gamers who are looking for an easy guide to learn PC building. I think the readers here on gameinformer will love it... More
  • One Man’s Thoughts: Dishonored Definitive Edition

    Playing games out of order is always a strange experience, especially when you play them within two months of each other. Now, I’m sorry if this blog comes off a little too much like a compare and contrast piece, but in situations like this it’s... More
  • Community Writing Challenge: 3rd Time's the Charmed Snake

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    Hello and welcome to my first community writing challenge, as I discuss my journey with Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. I normally don’t play stealth games. Guns blazing is my main strategy in most games, and I’m usually too impatient to... More
  • Why The Nintendo Switch is a Smart Move From Nintendo

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    I feel like it's safe to say that Nintendo learned it's lesson from the Wii U...well, most of it's lesson, at any rate. Regardless of how you feel about the Switch, it's amazing to actually see Nintendo working like a well oiled marketing... More
  • A Retrospective on Batman: Arkham Knight

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    Disclaimer: There will be spoilers for this game and likely for others in the Arkham series. You have been warned. Okay, so this June it will have been two years since Arkham Knight was released, and the fact that we have yet to receive a "Game of... More
  • Games I Didn't Review In 2016: Titanfall 2

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    [As Originally Written on SNo2 .] I have played both Titanfall titles for what probably amounts to a decidedly ridiculous amount of time. I reviewed the first one a long while ago and enjoyed it profusely despite its connectivity issues and other flaws... More
  • CWC: The Laundromat Tournaments

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    When you're a kid that was poor, you went to the Laundromat a lot because you couldn't afford a washing machine. Because the city the place was set in a poor town, they knew the people who came would bring kids. It was a cool place. It had a kiddy... More
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