GWJ Swag Has Launched!

It has been a long time coming, but we are finally ready to sell the next run of our official Gamers With Jobs swag. Finally, you can wear your Wiener Bomb with pride and answer uncomfortable questions at work about your Gamers With Jobs mug!

March 6th - March 11th

What I remember most about the first time I saw Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, is when Lee Rehrman hit me. Lee, for those of you not in his fan club, is a former host of G4's Arena, former Miami Dolphin, and former American Gladiator, so he is not what I might term petite.

Under Cerulean Skies

This article features spoilers from the game Chrono Cross. You've been warned.

That Ol' Hoary Debate ... Again

Earlier this week, Certis pointed me to this article at Quarter To Three regarding Computer Gaming World's decision to remove a numerical rating system from their reviews in favor of more in-depth, content focused reviews.

Master of Defence

"The first shot is for the Devil, the second for God, and only the third for the King."--Napoleon Bonaparte I started playing videogames more than 20 years ago, and it's somehow good and bad at the same time to realize that I still fall into the trap of thinking that I can play any random game for just 10 minutes and then quit to get back to work.

Gamers With Jobs Radio Episode Twenty-One

Episode Twenty-One - February 28th, 2006 Attack of In-Game Ads!, Battle for Middle Earth News, Mercenaries, Arcanum and more!

Feb. 27th - Mar. 4th

So many big-name games. You'd think there'd be something to get excited about. But, for as much digital entertainment as is to hit store shelves this week, the week smells more of a nice big spring house-cleaning than a big roll-out of strong games. Despite vague attempts at information-free hype, Black's initial reviews have been average at best.

Elder Scrolls: Oblivion Hands-On Preview

Every quarter has known us, and none bore our passing except with trembling.

Star Wars: Empire At War

"This bucket of bolts's never gonna get us past that blockade."

Forced March Home

"I just want to say something before you turn on your machines. I don't have to be here. I can leave whenever I'd like, and I seriously doubt it's worth your time to pester the magistracy for a proper rendition order. So if I detect the slightest accusatory tone in your questions, we're through.

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