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Posted: 04/25/10, 19:16:43 by 
Most of you probably play games for the gameplay (that seems like a tautology). But which games have created worlds that really stuck with you, from an aesthetic perspective (graphics, music)? Which titles have presented the most interesting, memorable, cohesive backdrops for the action? (It's actually astoundingly rare that a title impresses me on these merits.) (more)
Posted: 04/25/10, 19:07:56 by 
I'm kind of love-it-or-hate-it with boss battles, honestly. I'm more of a 'level' guy, myself. I prefer maneuvering through deadly obstacle courses. Still, a good boss is a bracing, exciting experience. The best boss is probably one that pushes you pretty hard, but only takes a couple of tries to beat, while being somewhat superficially impressive. What have been your favorite boss battles over the years?.. (more)
Posted: 04/25/10, 00:51:45 by 
Okay, I just saw this on Kotaku, and started reading the comments... and man... some people just don't understand! D: (more)
Posted: 04/19/10, 17:45:02 by 
Are there any exceptions?.. (more)
Posted: 04/19/10, 15:14:06 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 04/17/10, 06:23:47 by 
The New MH3U Thread is lead by Mr_Mustache. Click Here for the thread... (more)
Posted: 04/16/10, 04:49:39 by 
Say what you will about porn, but some of those parody titles are pretty darn funny. Can you think of any good names for pornographic gaming parodies?.. (more)
Posted: 04/14/10, 22:18:27 by 
Yesterday, my friend showed me a game available on Steam called 'Simplz Zoo' because he thought it might interest me since I have a love of management sims and animals... (more)
Posted: 04/13/10, 18:55:34 by 
Hearing about Jam With the Band coming to Europe kind of sparked a thought in my mind. Or maybe I've been thinking about it for a long time, and the news caused it to surface. In the business world, an executive will rarely lose his job for making a safe decision. Even if that safe decision gets the company in trouble, it's the same safe decision that others are making/would make, and everyone at the company was on board the safety train. In the corporate structure of America (and probably elsewhere, too), risk is to be avoided at all costs (don't worry, though - you've always got that golden parachute to float over to another corporate position with)... (more)
Posted: 04/12/10, 20:18:02 by 
DSiWare and WiiWare are often maligned, but the disturbingly well-kept secret is that they actually have quite a few good games. It's just that most gamers are unaware of their existence, and the media (and Nintendo, to be fair) does little to educate consumers... (more)
Posted: 04/12/10, 15:30:56 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 04/10/10, 17:05:24 by 
I shall endeavor to keep this brief, since there is not much to say about this product. It is a fairly robust (and cute!) digital instrument tuner,and it costs $2. I think it's a very worthy little app for... fans of the digital tuner genre. Very cheap, functional, and practical... (more)
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