Editorials

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Graphic Novel Gameplay

Now in the wake of the largest New York Comic Con yet, it’s becoming more and more apparent that the worlds of gaming and comic books are getting closer than ever. But does this team-up work? Is there anything to be gained from graphic novels based on games?
Posted 19 Oct 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360 | 0 Comments
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The Beta Confusion

The Battlefield 3 beta was released only a few weeks before its release date. Is that really enough time for the developer to address concerns?
Posted 16 Oct 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News, technology | 0 Comments
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Serious Sam 3: BFE Hands-On Preview

Is 2011 the year of misogynist?  Duke’s back, we’ve had one Serious Sam game already and CroTeam are busily making the final changes to Serious Sam 3: BFE.  One thing is for certain, I’d take Serious Sam over Duke pretty much 6 days out of any week.
Posted 13 Oct 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News, PC, Preview | 0 Comments
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Changing the way we pay for games

When I was a kid, there was a certain ritual to buying games. In fact, the process was not unlike an 18th century courtship. First came the introduction, the first pass. Maybe the boxart would catch my eye, or maybe the title would grab my interest. Next, the attempt to…
Posted 12 Oct 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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Welcome Back, Syndicate!

Syndicate is back! And as a huge fan of the original, I couldn’t be happier!
Posted 09 Oct 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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A Difficult Question

The most common choice offered to players upon starting a new game is the difficulty; Easy, normal, hard or some variant are the most frequent options, though “casual” and “insane” often get dropped in depending on the title. The issue of difficulty in games tends to be raised periodically among…
Posted 05 Oct 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 1 Comment
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Uncharted 3 & Naughty Dog Developer Session

Much like last year, the only conference I really wanted to get in to at Eurogamer Expo was the Sony one.  Last year it was to oggle the fantastic inFamous 2 from Sucker Punch.  This year I was desperate to see Uncharted 3.
Posted 26 Sep 2011 | Editorials, Expo, industry, Interview, News, PS3 | 0 Comments
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Minecraft: The House that Love (and Griefing) Built

This week I took a fantastic journey to a strange land, and like most of the world’s most eccentric places, I used my computer to get there.
Posted 25 Sep 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 2 Comments
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Why Failure Is Nintendo’s Best Option

Last week, Justin wrote about how Nintendo seems to have lost its way in communicating to consumers ["Nintendo 3DS - The Art of Confusing Customers"]. It’s a sentiment I fully agree with. For a company that only a few years ago was at the top of its game, it now…
Posted 21 Sep 2011 | 3DS, Editorials, Featured Articles | 0 Comments
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The Difficult Nature of Children’s Games

When it comes to children’s games, the ESRB rating “E for Everyone” should also mean “E for Easy for Kids to Understand and Play On Their Own.”
Posted 18 Sep 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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Nintendo 3DS – The Art Of Confusing Customers

Confused by all the recent Nintendo 3DS news? Not sure what the hell Nintendo is doing? Wondering if you should buy now, or wait for a possible dual-analog 3DS redesign? Well, you are not alone my friends… You are not alone.
Posted 14 Sep 2011 | 3DS, Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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Take a Moment to Remember

Take a moment to remember the events of 9/11.
Posted 11 Sep 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles | 0 Comments
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Gaming Can Kill You

John Tesh. Video Games. Killing. And You. How are these all related? Stay tuned… after the break!
Posted 07 Sep 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 3 Comments
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Is It Still A Game if You Aren’t Pressing Buttons?

Are touch-screen and controller-free games just simplified, novelties or is there more to them than meets the eye?
Posted 04 Sep 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles, News | 0 Comments
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Why Convention Coverage and the Games Press are Failing

Increasingly, it seems almost every week brings a games convention or the build up to an Expo of some description. The games industry is built on a foundation of hype, not just for games, but for the conventions they fuel as well. Each expo brings a new trailer, or screenshot…
Posted 31 Aug 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles | 0 Comments
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Morality in Gaming – Are We Ready?

I play games to escape reality, to turn off my brain, and slip away to a world that isn’t my own. I don’t have to worry about the consequences of my actions. If I cause mass havoc, because I can’t do so in the real world, there are no serious…
Posted 28 Aug 2011 | Editorials, Featured Articles | 0 Comments
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