• Five Things We Need in a Kingdoms of Amalur Sequel

    Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is easily my all-time favorite game. It should come as no surprise, then, that the sudden collapse of 38 Studios was a very...

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    Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is easily my all-time favorite game. It should come as no surprise, then, that the sudden collapse of 38 Studios was a very painful moment for me, as it surely meant the end of what could potentially the biggest RPG series of the generation, and of generations to come.  Luckily, EA recently expressed...
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  • Top 5 Modern Isometric Games

    With two amazing isometric games coming out in the form of Project Eternity and Path of Exile 2013, it looks like the visual format might...

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    With two amazing isometric games coming out in the form of Project Eternity and Path of Exile 2013, it looks like the visual format might be making a return from the old SNES days. Isometric games are ones that use floor tiles at a ratio different than 1:1, with their horizontal width being greater than...
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  • Gsp 3 The Summary

    So in this conclusion to the summarized version of the GSP, we are going to think about the future of games, and how different it...

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    So in this conclusion to the summarized version of the GSP, we are going to think about the future of games, and how different it is likely to be. The predicted change from the last couple of years has change dramatically in the past 4-5 months alone. We are now looking into the possibility of...
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  • Electronic Arts May Be Terrible, But Not the Worst

    The buzz is abound yet again, as for the second year in a row, Electronic Arts is continuing on strong in The Consumerist’s “Worst Company...

    The buzz is abound yet again, as for the second year in a row, Electronic Arts is continuing on strong in The Consumerist’s “Worst Company in America” poll. Last year’s win is attributed to some of their poor decisions, such as their always-on DRM for PC games, the fact that their Origin network exists, shutting...
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  • Why I Hope EA Sells Out

    According to The New York Post, EA has been ‘quietly exploring’ their options with regards to a sale. Taken with mixed results by the media,...

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    According to The New York Post, EA has been ‘quietly exploring’ their options with regards to a sale. Taken with mixed results by the media, here’s my two cents on the matter: If EA ends up selling, it would be amazingly beneficial to the company, the developers under its wing, and the consumers that buy...
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  • Tablets and Gaming

    I’ve touched on this before, in fact I reference it quite frequently. And I’m glad to see that a great deal of people feel the...

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    I’ve touched on this before, in fact I reference it quite frequently. And I’m glad to see that a great deal of people feel the same way about it. The Tablet. There is just something fundamentally acceptable about the Tablet. It seems to slipped its way into many homes, even with a somewhat hefty price...
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  • Will Next Generation Be Rife With Console Wars?

    Arguing over which console is better has been a habit of gamers since the start of console gaming itself. There are plenty of elements at...

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    Arguing over which console is better has been a habit of gamers since the start of console gaming itself. There are plenty of elements at play, from a machine’s power to its exclusive games. This generation was no exception, with the PS3, XBOX360, and PC fanbase arguing about which is better even now, as we...
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  • SimCity: Proving Always-Online DRM Doesn’t Work

    People knew a problem would arise even before the game released, but SimCity still managed to cause a big ruckus when it launched due in...

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    People knew a problem would arise even before the game released, but SimCity still managed to cause a big ruckus when it launched due in large part to requiring gamers to be always connected online while playing. SimCity is a pretty big name in the gaming world. I still fondly remember just randomly messing around...
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  • Sometimes Microtransactions and In-Game DLC Make Sense

    There has been an uproar of late over some discussion of EA working microtransactions and DLC unlocks into more, if not all of their upcoming...

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    There has been an uproar of late over some discussion of EA working microtransactions and DLC unlocks into more, if not all of their upcoming games, a topic which I find oddly fascinating. I’ve seen terms thrown around like “pay-to-win,” “pay-to-play” and many other ones thrown around and we’ve even seen industry giant Cliff Blezinski...
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  • Why EA’s SimCity Apology Games Are Gross

    Yesterday EA released the games that they will be giving to SimCity players for all the server hiccups (or heart failures) that the game has...

    Yesterday EA released the games that they will be giving to SimCity players for all the server hiccups (or heart failures) that the game has had since launch.  In the article I wrote last week about the SimCity debacle, I suspected a lackluster list of games that would be dispensed by EA and when I...
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