• Pimp My ‘Cola: The Great GameCola Slogan Contest

    Welcome to Pimp My 'Cola, the article that brings you up to date on all of GameCola's most recent advertising adventures. Long-time GameCola fans will remember that this column was written by our PR M

  • [NSFW] Be Careful What You Search For #42

    Comics inspired by actual search terms people have Googled to discover GameCola.

  • Mad Tracks (X360-XBLA)

    An overlooked gem on the garbage pile.

  • 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....

  • … of the Month: Ancient GameCola

    Whatever happened to Julie…Jenna….something or other who did a comic strip about a woman oppressed by the male game designers of the world? You know, the one with a naked picture of herself as her staff photo. Those comics were kind of amusing. More so than Loafy Carl. I know what happened to Loafy Carl, so I won’t ask about that.

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    Pimp My ‘Cola: Columbia College Chicago’s Videogame Club

    I plan on corrupting as many people as possible in the future.

  • … of the Month: What Keeps You Writing for GameCola?

    With the recent loss of Steve Hamner, coupled with the fact that I haven’t received a paycheck in the five years I've been here, I’ve been wondering: Why do our writers stay with us, here at GameCola? It’s completely voluntary (in most cases), and there is no monetary compensation for the work put in. Also, we save very few lives. so you can’t really even feel like a better human for having worked here (or can you?).

  • Dear Readers: The GameCola FAQ

    Progress is what we're all about here at GameCola, by which I mean you should check out the neat stuff I've been adding to the site lately. And by "neat stuff" I'm only really talking about two things—and by "two things" I mean "one completely new thing" and "one thing I sorta changed a little."

  • Dear Readers: Choose Your Own Dear Readers

    This article was originally published in the August 2006 issue of GameCola, back when GameCola was published as a monthly online magazine. It is best viewed in its original format. Please click here

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    Spotlight on: Procrastination

    In addition to my review this month, I thought I would shed some light on our close, personal friend: PROCRASTINATION.  So sit back, put off getting popcorn until tomorrow, and enjoy! Ever wonder how