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Working Out With Video Games: The Start of Change

A couple hundred years ago, there were no gyms that were not meant for exercise purposes only. Now, we live in an age were food and

October 25, 2011 Editorials, Games

Editorial: Review Scores Mean Nothing

When I was a kid, games didn’t matter to me; I just saw them as an expensive form of entertainment. Back in 2002, I started

October 21, 2011 Editorials, Games

Editorial: Gimmicks lead to innovation

A long time ago, the controller started as a dial in which you twisted left and right; nothing else. Now, our controllers have more than

October 19, 2011 Accessories, Editorials, Games

Editorial: Why the Battlefield 3 Beta was bad for EA and DICE

Marketing a game is all that matters to a game publisher, as a good advertisement campaign can make a terrible game into the best selling

October 05, 2011 Editorials, Games, PC/Mac, PS3, Xbox 360

Beta and demo: What’s the difference?

Yesterday, EA and DICE announced the open beta dates for their upcoming first-person shooter, Battlefield 3. The problem is the game comes out a month

September 21, 2011 Editorials, Games

Xbox 360 and PS3: The future of home entertainment

Back in 1985, Nintendo had the brilliant idea of how to revive the gaming industry in the US: releasing the Nintendo Entertainment System. Deceiving consumers, Nintendo released

September 19, 2011 Editorials, Games, PS3, Tech, TV/Film, Xbox 360

After thoughts: Dead Island

Revealed massively to the public after years of silence through an ominous trailer, Techland and Deep Silver’s Dead Island was released last week to mixed,

September 13, 2011 Editorials, Games, PS3, Xbox 360

The 3DS and its affect on Nintendo as a corporation

Nintendo has always been known as a company that does well with every device it releases, but it looks like last week’s price cut announcement

August 01, 2011 DS/3DS, Editorials, Games
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