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3:11 PM on 10.28.2014

Best of Nintendo: 20th Century Masters

A while ago, I bought a 20th Century Masters collection of The Guess Who, one of the greatest rock bands in history, and was dissappointed when I found that Baba O'Riley was poignantly absent; it is one of their gre...   read

3:46 PM on 05.01.2014

Dota-Clone Name Suggestion

Forewarning: this article contains some sarcasm and cynicism about a genre that is very popular and that I have enjoyed. It also has opinions which are my own and not necessarily yours. The beauty of it is that we can exchang...   read

12:41 PM on 02.28.2014

Genre Talk: Roguelike Naming Scheme

The definition of roguelike as a genre has been a subject of dispute since it became a thing after the original Rogue back in 1980. The Unix game used ASCII graphics to represent its game world, featuring randomly generated e...   read

1:20 PM on 01.09.2014

Misconceptions About the Steam Box

Valve just showed many different Steam Boxes at CES and people still don't know what to make of them. I think the problem is people's perception of the Steam Box. We just had two major consoles launched, so people are seeing ...   read

2:50 PM on 01.03.2014

The Spelunky People Don't Talk About: Deathmatch

I was able to play a free early version of Spelunky and I didn't really care for it then. After a lot of features have been added and the visuals have been overhauled, I picked it up on sale and I still don't really understan...   read

3:50 PM on 12.09.2013

Was that game really "Good for its Time" or just bad?

Most of us here have gone back to an old game that we used to play. Perhaps you dusted off your old N64 or found a title on GOG that you used to love. What was your experience? Have you tried to explain why a game was great t...   read

12:22 PM on 12.03.2013

John Carmack Leaving Id Could be a Good Thing

The legendary John Carmack recently left Id Software to focus on the upcoming Oculus Rift. Responsible for the likes of Wolfenstein, Doom, Quake, and RAGE, Carmack leaving the venerable studio should have a major impact on th...   read

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