Chris Gaerig is currently the Associate Editor at 24x7, Imaging Economics and Clinical Lab Products magazines, based out of Los Angeles, California. He is a University of Michigan Wolverine, with a Bachelor’s degree in English and American Culture, and has written for such publications as Stylus, Pitchfork, Tiny Mix Tapes, and The Michigan Daily. He also maintains the sports blog Burgeoning Wolverine Star.
Monday, May 13 2013
Daud's change of heart is disingenuous and a tool used to force the moral system into the downloadable content. Daud is an assassin and an agent of extreme chaos in the world of Dunwall. Players shouldn't feel guilty or be punished for acting as such.
Monday, April 15 2013
At its best, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 reminds you how skilled professional golfers are. At it's worst, however, the latest Tiger Woods title is the glitchiest iteration of a long-running, stagnant EA Sports property.
Monday, March 18 2013
In Runner 2 the story acts as a way to add comedy to the game's otherwise impeccable and impeccably frustrating gameplay.
Wednesday, March 13 2013
Inside Line confidently performs the most challenging feat confronting a game in which you simply drive in circles: build a realistic sense of speed.
Friday, January 18 2013
The islands themselves are Far Cry's breakout stars, and what makes the game so enthralling is the constant sense of fear that exploring them provokes.
Wednesday, January 25 2012
After settling into the competitive, online playing field of some games, I find all other functions of the game superfluous, especially single player mode.
Sunday, December 13 2009
NBA 2K10 - Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii [$59.99]
Thursday, November 20 2008
A look at the latest iteration of Tetris via Nintendo's WiiWare.