As video games continue to exist and be an openly available consumer-based industry, stigmas begin to form. Some already exist and apply to the world outside of the game, such as gender and age markets, platform price points, and the sobering hiring-firing cycle of traditional development, but the ones that pertain to the products themselves […]
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We are standing on a bridge. This bridge connects two things that are both familiar to us and altogether alien, simultaneously in the way you’d expect and not expect. The first is the seventh generation of video game consoles: the Xbox 360, the PlayStation 3, and the Wii. It has changed so much since the […]
It’s been a crazy couple of days for Valve news. First, a rumor crops up from a German source Valve would be unveiling its Linux-based Steam Box sometime this year. Then, Xi3’s Piston modular PC was revealed at CES, leading some to believe that this is the Steam Box that Valve electrical engineer Ben Krasnow […]
Another great review from Nathan, who digs Hell Yeah! despite (or even because of) its faults.
With the NFL draft in our rearview mirror, I got to thinking. With all of the attention, emotion, and research that goes into the NFL draft, how has such a monumental moment in football gotten so little attention in this generation of gaming? With Madden being the only NFL game, there possibly lies the issue. […]