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February 6, 2012

The Need for Speed (NFS) game series needs no introduction, as it’s been around since 1994 and sold well over 100 million copies, introducing an entire generation to the racing game genre where players take various model cars out for a spin on famous tracks around the world. In all …

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January 24, 2012

Gamers had been eagerly awaiting the release of Elder Scrolls V:Skyrim for years, with the last edition in the Elder Scrolls franchise appearing all the way back in 2007. Bethesda Game Studios didn’t disappoint when they rolled out Skyrim in November 2011, with the game getting nearly universal high praise …

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January 13, 2012

The Hoyle Casino series is a trusted standby for many gambling fans, offering the chance to play the best casino games at home without having to venture out to the casino. Hoyle Casino 2012 won’t break your personal bank (priced at $19.99) and gives you instant access any time of …

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June 27, 2011

For those of you who have not been following the videogame news, there was a proposed law in California that would criminalize the sale of violent video games to minors. Many such laws have been attempted, but none have ever been passed because of the sort of case that they …

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June 14, 2011

This seems like it could be kind of important for the PC gaming community. Today, Valve helped deploy 5 Free to Play titles through its Steam distribution service, something that previously could not be done because the infrastructure to support microtransactions for games outside of the ones they manage directly …

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June 7, 2011

If Nintendo’s press conference was any indication, the company is in a pretty unusual place. The recent launch of their new flagship handheld, the 3DS, had lackluster success. Additionally, they are spearheading the charge into what we might call the next console generation with their formerly titled Project Cafe (revealed …

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June 6, 2011

Some bits of this conference sort of passed over me. Since I don’t really watch (or understand, or care about) sports for the most part, I didn’t get the import of EA Sports’ portion of it. Just keep that in mind

However, there was a decent mix of stuff that kind …

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June 6, 2011

I’m going to try to be as objective as possible during this post, but don’t blame me if it doesn’t entirely come off as such. I feel like someone needs to get Microsoft a dictionary. Sequels that look almost exactly like their predecessors do not amount to innovation, in spite …

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June 2, 2011

I just accessed the PlayStation Store for the first time in about a month. It is indeed back online, which is basically the last system that needed restoring after the PlayStation Network was disemboweled a month ago. The free stuff promised as part of Sony’s Welcome Back promotion is not …

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June 2, 2011

Have any of you played Desktop Dungeons? If you haven’t, it’s really worth a look. Its a freeware dungeon crawling RPG for PC and Mac that can be played in about 15 minutes a session. It stands as a testament to good design–the short game time does not detract from …

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