Shadow of the Colossus

If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.--Isaac Newton

Gamers With Jobs Radio Special Bulletin

Special Bulletin 11/01/05 - First Impressions of: The Warriors and Civilization 4 plus an encore presentation of The Wiener Bomb Song

Donation Drive Update

For those of you who missed it, a second place prize of a brand new Sony PSP has been added to the prize pool! Also included are a bunch of awesome games for other names drawn to choose from.

Oct 31st to Nov 6th

At the risk of repeating myself too much, thanks again to everyone for donating to the site so far, it goes a long way towards helping cover our E3 trip expenses, server costs, keeping the site ad-free and keeping Elysium's supply of cocaine steady. A lot of empty calories in the release list this week unless you're all hot and bothered for some new Star Wars titles.

Conference Call - Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves

"The only sound I'll be hearing is the triumphant horn section of my own triumph!" - Murray

Civilization IV First Impressions

Advancing a storied franchise is understandably a difficult and complex ordeal, and frankly most developers are not up to the task of outshining prior success. In an age of sequels, it's no coincidence that many gamers feel the overall quality of games offered is in notable decline.

Donation Drive Update

Huge thanks to all the contributers so far, you guys rock! Please turn your attention to the original donation post to see our new list of prizes including the new second place prize of a brand new Sony PSP, courtesy of Gameguru!

Gameplay? Anyone?

"You know, Colin, you should really think about playing some of the Civilization or Heroes of Might and Magic games, what with the way you obsess over numbers and math."

Gamers With Jobs Radio Episode Six

Episode Six, or: Attack of the Segment! Right Click Here and 'Save As' to Download!
If you're a regular visitor to the site, then you've noticed the absence of the ubiquitous donation button that is sported so prominently in so many other places. Couple that with the lack of advertising or subscription fees, and we practically break our own arms patting ourselves on the back for not trying to bilk our readers of their hard earned dimes.

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