Editorial

Dragon Age: Why Games Need More Characters Like Dorian Pavus

by 3 days ago

[The following contains spoilers for Dragon Age: Inquisition. Reader discretion is advised.] The word "inclusivity" is getting thrown around a lot these days within the games industry. It's an ongoing …

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Sly Cooper: The Responsibility That Comes With Cliffhangers and Reviving Old Series

by 2 weeks ago

[The following contains spoilers for Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. Reader discretion is advised] As someone who works in the video game industry, when there’s disappointing news I try to …

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Dragon Age Inquisition PS4 issues solved by 2.0.2 firmware

by 2 weeks ago

Scouring the other reviews for Dragon Age Inquisition I've noticed that several of them disclose lockups and save file corruption issues on the PlayStation 4.  Unfortunately this has lead to …

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Mass Effect: How Shaping Shepard Shaped Me

by 1 month ago

Internet, I have a confession to make: My name is not actually Kenneth Shepard. It was a nickname that caught on nearly five years ago when I started jokingly going …

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Nintendo: Being Different Shouldn’t Come at the Expense of Quality

by 2 months ago

I have a theory: None of the higher-ups at Nintendo own or have played a Sony or Microsoft console. I laugh at my joke, but it’s not like I say …

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Danganronpa: The Anatomy of Ultimate Despair

by 3 months ago

[The following contains spoilers for Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, and is full of deep cuts regarding the series' characters, world and story. Reader discretion is …

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Dynamighty’s David Nottingham details development and motivations behind Counterspy

by 3 months ago

The following is an interview with Dynamighty's David Nottingham... Can we get a brief history on Dynamighty and how you guys came together? DN: It started when John & I …

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DS’ed and Confused: Nintendo’s baffling mission to obscure their next handheld

by 3 months ago

On paper, Nintendo’s new 3DS model seems like a pretty legitimate grab at hardcore gamers. It features two extra shoulder buttons, more forgiving 3D, a new control nub, a faster …

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Destiny – The hidden key to its success

by 3 months ago

The narrative element of video games has always been one of great importance. Whether it was in scrolling 16-bit text, or in full, slightly overlong cutscenes, wonderful tales have been …

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Why Dragon Age: Inquisition is Bioware’s most ambitious and dangerous game yet

by 3 months ago

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age: Awakening and Dragon Age II. Reader discretion is advised. Bioware has made some of the most iconic and memorable …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider’s Xbox Exclusivity Helps No One

by 4 months ago

If you're just now catching up on all the Gamescom news, here's the one thing you need to take away from Microsoft's conference: Not one other announcement was more significant …

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PlayStation Now Should Be About More than Backwards Compatibility

by 4 months ago

As someone who does most of their gaming on PlayStation platforms, I find myself pretty flabbergasted by the fact that I forgot that PlayStation Now's open beta launches today. When …

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