User Blogs - GameInformer
Switch Lights

The lights are on

What's Happening
user blogs Blog Guidelines
  • Avoiding Negativity

    1
    Last year was a rather unpleasant one for the gaming community. Gamergate is the unavoidable eruption we’d been building towards for years. Not much good came of it, and even though things have settled down, the wounds haven’t truly healed... More
  • Backlog Blitz: NES, Week 19, "SNAAAAAAAKE!"

    Well this week was fun. I royally screwed up someone's email account by deleting their calendar and notes--I blame Outlook. Outlook is terrible--and also managed to delete like 5000 songs' artist information in my music collection. So yeah. I'm... More
  • The Essentials: To The Test - Shadow of the Colossus

    This week, we’re looking at Shadow of the Colossus , played on the HD remake for the PS3. Take alook at our thoughts on art, environmental storytelling, and hating horses. Personal History Haley: Tom and I actually started playing through Shadow... More
  • The Best Podcast on the Citadel Episode 45

    Greetings! The Best Podcast on the Citadel welcomes you, as we gather to break down the week’s biggest news stories in gaming and entertainment. Hosts Blake Anglin and Chris Mrkvicka are joined by GameNews writer Scot Lewandowski as they sort through... More
  • Review: Star Fox Command - Fox and Friends

    Once in a while, there's a game I would like to review on here, but cannot review it the normal way because the game's not readily searchable on Game Informer. Therefore, treat this blog post as a game review. Lately, it's been a great time... More
  • What Makes a Great Open World RPG?

    Open world games have become more and more popular in recent years and there are many examples of good open world series such as Assassin's Creed, Red Dead Redemption, Grand Theft Auto and the Arkham series to name just a few. However, it's fairly... More
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Videogames - An essay turned into an Analysis

    As the grabber says, this was supposed to be just an essay for my english course but the thing is I didn't know it had to be short and simple. My teacher is a gamer as well and replaced the name of my essay to an analysis. Here it is: Videogames Videogames... More
  • 2015 My Year of the RPG

    In recent years I have started to shy away from the RPG genre due to how long it takes to complete them and how you can lose track of time fairly easily. I would say that RPGs are my favorite genre in gaming but as a college student I don't have the... More
  • Happy Birthday Shovel Knight!

    It has been year from today since Yacht Club Games released their first game with the help of Kickstarter. Now Shovel Knight is favored by many and it won many awards for successfully capturing the essence of the classic 8-Bit games, while still being... More
  • Summer of Heroics

    Why Batman Arkham Knight and Elder Scrolls Online are the best games for the summer. The summer months are not a big gaming season. I am always glad when E3 comes around and shows off the games I will be playing in six months. As for now there is not... More
  • Batman: Arkham Knight Review: Show Them What True Fear Is

    Arkham Knight is the end of Rocksteady’s time with the Dark Knight, and they go out with a bang. Right off the bat (hehe) the game does not fool around. It starts with showing you Jokers cremation, to really push home the message that he really... More