August 9, 2012
by Dan
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When Blockbuster closes do gamers lose?

    Lately, there have been some pretty interesting discussions about Blockbuster going bankrupt and its effect on gaming. My favorite concept goes something like this: With Blockbuster and most other brick-and-mortar gaming rental stores going bankrupt, gamers have become … Continue reading

May 24, 2012
by Dan
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Next-gen consoles won’t block used games

    This is a continuation of a series about used games. While the first and second installments are interesting they are not necessary reading for this article. A while back, a rumor was circulating that the next generation of … Continue reading

April 20, 2012
by Dan
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What gaming losses means for gamers

  In the past few days we’ve heard about Sony posting record losses amounting to around $6.4 billion for the fiscal year that ended in March. This news coupled with the drop in game and hardware sales of around 25 … Continue reading

December 6, 2011
by Dan
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Obsidian announces South Park RPG

  I understand your confusion. I had to clean my glasses when I first saw this at GameInformer. It appears that Obsidian Entertainment will be making a South Park game. This is the same Obsidian that brought us Star Wars: … Continue reading

November 27, 2011
by Nick M. Finnegan
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Review: Assassin’s Creed: Revelations delivers on action, but stumbles on plot

      The much-anticipated conclusion of the Ezio-centric trilogy Assassin’s Creed: Revelations delivers more Renaissance-era climbing, running, jumping, and, of course, stabbing. By now, most people probably know what they are going to think of any new Assassin’s Creed … Continue reading

November 23, 2011
by Nick M. Finnegan
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Review: Jurassic Park: The Game plays just like an extension of the original film

    If there’s one thing that hasn’t changed from my childhood, (and let’s face it, not a lot has) it would be my unabiding love for the gigantic, scaly things we call dinosaurs. Like most kids, I was enthralled … Continue reading