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  • A IndieGoGo Project Documenting the Impact of British Developers on the Video Game Industry

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 23, 2012 under Featured, NES
    While some of you may have experienced firsthand the transformation of the video game industry, many more of you are likely relatively new to this rapidly changing industry.  For those of you interested in the progression of video games, you may want to contribute to the indie documentary From Bedrooms to Billions, featuring the tale of the video game industry in the UK from 1979 to 1996. The ... more.
  • A Quest to Revive One of the Most Influential Games of All Time

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 23, 2012 under Featured, iPhone, Mobile
    Kickstarter is the place where independent developers go to fulfill their dreams, through the donations of enthusiastic individuals who want to see those dreams come to life.  Here is the tale of one of those dreams. DreamQuest Games focuses on rendering old classics into games with a modern twist.  The company’s newest project is a spinoff of one of the world’s most influential games M.U... more.
  • From World Domination to World Peace: How One Middle Eastern Game Developer is Shaking Things Up

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 21, 2012 under iPhone, Mobile
    How can video games combat socially engrained stereotypes while also being fun?  Well, a company in Beirut, Lebanon makes it seem easy. Game Cooks is a team of five developers working to alleviate stereotypes and promote peace.  Their newest game, Run for Peace, is set for release in just one week and follows the adventure of a boy named Salim as he travels through the Middle East and brings ... more.
  • Games for Change Conference: The Nature of LGBT Themes in Games

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 20, 2012 under X360 News, Xbox 360
    Games are pushing the limits in ways the creators couldn’t have anticipated – helping children learn, aiding people in their quests for weight loss, etc.  Now there is a conference dedicated specifically to the games intended to make a difference. Games for Change was created to discuss and showcase games for social change.  In addition to a wide variety of presentations (including a keyn... more.
  • A Video Game Lasting 10 Years Reveals a Version of the End of the World

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 19, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming, PC News
    First of all, I can’t imagine having the dedication to play one game file for 10 years.  After all, a couple hours of an Age of Empires or SimCity file is enough for me, and then I create a new one.  There’s something very appealing about continuously creating different versions of (perhaps not a utopian world) but a village or city laid out perfectly, in your own vision.  (But maybe that... more.
  • Gaming Experience for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing – Still Not Up to Par

    1 CommentsPosted by on June 16, 2012 under Featured
    Can you even begin to imagine how different your gaming experience would be if you were deaf?  Not only would you miss out on the music, voice acting, and sound effects, but in some cases, it would be impossible to understand what is going on in the game. Game developers translate and localize games for different countries around the world, but many developers are unaware (or unwilling) to acc... more.
  • The Jobs of ESRB Raters: Just as Hushed as Top Secret Government Work?

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 15, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming, PC News
    You know, the rating system for video game is the deciding factor for many children – whether they are allowed to play a game or even buy it. What do you really know about how these ratings are decided?  It’s a given that there are specific ratings for specific age ranges with associated reasons for the rating, but who decides what “comic mischief” is or what exceeds the teen rating fo... more.
  • Dragon’s Dogma Review (PS3)

    4 CommentsPosted by on June 15, 2012 under Featured, PS3 Reviews
    Dragon's Dogma was a game that was hiding just under the radar until a couple of months before release. Suddenly, all this information and gameplay depicting epic battles with fantastic, giant monsters started being hyped. I certainly hadn't paid much attention to it until then, but experiencing the demo where I got to tangle with both a Chimera and a Griffin had me sold. Unfortunately, for eve... more.
  • Nerdy Summer Crafts

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 14, 2012 under Featured
    So…summer is upon us!  On the off chance your power goes out or some other tragic event pulls you away from gaming away the summer months, what is there to do? Well, you could go the old-fashioned route and do some fun crafts…nerdy crafts.  Gamers have come up with some really cool projects that would look fantastic for any gamers’ cave.  Here are some projects I found online: Majora... more.
  • Which Video Games Were Considered “The Best of E3”?

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 13, 2012 under Playstation, PS3 News
    Excited for the amazing games presented at this year’s E3?  GameStop wants to capitalize upon that excitement, having announced in a press release this week that “the best of E3” can now be preordered. Take your pick.  At any U.S. GameStop,  you can preorder BEYOND: Two Souls, Dead Space 3, Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, Forza Horizon, God of War: Ascension, Medal of Honor: Wa... more.
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