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2:51 PM on 05.15.2012

The best game you've never heard of: WWII Online: Battleground Europe

Your heart pounds in your chest as you crouch beneath the window. Just behind that wall you hear the sound of foot steps running past. Further down the street you hear a Panzer III engine rumble to life. Gun shots ring out ...   read

5:28 PM on 08.16.2011

News: Hasbro Regains D&D Rights, Neverwinter is Delayed

Neverwinter, Cryptic's hybrid coop/MMO entry into the licensed Dungeons and Dragons arena, has been delayed until "late" 2012. Wizards of the Coast, owner of D&D, published a press release announcing that the lawsuits and c...   read

2:50 PM on 08.08.2011

Quick hit: What to do with the boxes?

So we're in the process of cleaning out the house. We've got a dumpster, and we're tossing stuff left and right. Now, I've held on to my old game boxes and manuals because i dig the art and always wanted to have some sort of ...   read

9:13 PM on 05.19.2011

Being the n00b: Impressions on One Month in Eve Online

The visuals in Eve are absolutely gorgeous. Eve Online has been around for quite awhile now, and from what I've read it has come quite a ways. The typical thing you hear is that it is incredibly difficult for a new player t...   read

7:31 PM on 05.18.2011

LA Noire: The Rebirth of Mainstream Adventure Gaming

Adventure games are somewhat of a lost art when it comes to AAA titles. Where once they reigned supreme as pretty much the only games around (think: the Sierra years), today they have been relegated to a niche genre positi...   read

3:53 PM on 03.22.2011

Sports games and devotion

Today on my Facebook feed, a post from one of my good friends to another popped up. It was about how his relationship with Triple Play 2002 has finally come to an end. To give you an idea of the magnitude of this event, I'm g...   read

2:01 PM on 03.20.2011

The Death of Foreplay: How Manuals Expanded the Gaming Experience

With EA announcing that they are officially killing pack-in manuals, I think its time to take a moment to step back and appreciate the art and design of some of these by-gones from another era in gaming. This is a small samp...   read

9:01 PM on 07.23.2010

Societal changes, technology, Alternate Reality Games, and EA's Majestic

This is a post that I've had rattling around in my skull for several months now, and I've finally gotten around to writing it up. If anyone else played Majestic back in 2001 and would like to chime in with their thoughts in...   read

1:28 PM on 07.15.2010

RIP 1 vs 100

I absolutely loved this game. It was an incredibly unique experience and it was tons of fun by yourself or with a few friends. There is no better domination, than mental domination. It was also the only game I've ever seen my...   read

6:43 PM on 07.13.2010

My Hope for Kinect, or: One Step Closer to a Holodeck

Ok, maybe not a holodeck (omni-directional treadmill + CAVE screen + motion tracking and we're halfway there), but I just read Wired's recap of Peter Molyneaux's TED presentation of Milo and Kate today   read

7:46 PM on 04.09.2010

Consoles, mods, and community driven DLC. A win/win for gamers and developers

Wrong kind of Mod It's a story most of us can relate to: my first experience with a game mod. The year is 1998, you're playing Rainbow 6 for the umpteenth time wondering if ...   read

9:23 PM on 03.29.2010

What's in the box matters too...

I still remember opening my first modern computer game. We had just gotten a new Packard Bell (the dude at Staples had assured us we'd never need more than 2mb of video ram in our lives) and the next day my dad let me pick o...   read

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