• Dear Readers: Wacky eBay Auctions!!

    I have to reach into the ol' Notebook o' GameCola Ideas for this one. I have great ideas for the August and September editions of Dear Readers, but somebody just told me that it's actually still July. Who knew?

  • Dear Readers: Introducing the GC Blog

    I was thinking of embedding the theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey into this page, too, but, you know, some could see that as overkill....

  • Dear Readers: Mad Readers

    This article was originally published in the May 2008 issue of GameCola, back when GameCola was published as a monthly online magazine, and it is best viewed in its original format. Please click here

  • Dear Readers: Videogame Humor

    We ended last month's Dear Readers on a cliffhanger, and, well, I hope you're arms aren't too tired , 'cause you're gonna be dangling into the abyss, literally, for at least another month—we are not yet ready to disclose the upcoming epic addition to GameCola's main site that will, among other things, serve as a replacement for Submissions and probably save a few orphanages. Check in with us again next month.

  • Dear Readers: The Best of Submissions/The Death of Submissions

    My Fanzens (or, perhaps, my Franbase...if you have a preference, post!)...this is a sad, sad day in the annals of GameCola history. You might've felt a little blue when we started dividing our issues into multiple pages.

  • Dear Readers: Clichéd Review Intros

    I don’t know how many of you frequent GameFAQs, but I do, because it’s the best dad-gum hunting grounds for new writers you’ll ever see. Anyone can post their reviews on that site, and, as a result, you can come across a lot of untapped talent just waiting for that e-mail that invites them to the big leagues. If you send out enough e-mails, you’ll even find a few willing to write for GameCola, too.

  • Dear Readers: The Janish.

    With that out of the way, I'd like to...what the hell. The link doesn't work anymore! WHY doesn't the link work anymore! It was so cool...it...it had me, Travis, Colin, and Terrence as elves, dancing around and singing and telling everyone—in goofy voices—to "enjoy the January issue." And now it's GONE. Why! Why would OfficeMax do this to me! I'm calling for a ban on OfficeMax. It is ON, paper supplies store. I never loved you as much as Staples.

  • Dear Readers: Write For Me, Part 2: Paul in a Bikini!

    Thanks to the enormous success of last month's flow charts, we now—officially—have one whole, new, entire new writer who will start writing for us next month in the January issue. And hey, that's not bad. Not bad at all.

  • Dear Readers: Write For Me, Part 1: Flowcharts!

    I have nothing more to say to you. By which I mean, I do have more to say. To you. But I'm not happy about it. Saying things to you, that is. I'd rather not, actually—frankly, I'm upset, and if you don't know why, maybe it's about time we reconsidered where this relationship is going.

  • Dear Readers: Go on a Little Early

    Are you ready? I said...ARE...YOU..READY?? Well, then, that's excellent! We've got a new issue of everyone's favorite non-carbonated 'Cola ready right here, as you might've noticed, so, if you, yourself, are not entirely ready...you're a jackass. Stop making us wait! We're friggin' ready!