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

July 19, 2012
by Dan
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Is it mine or is it theirs: selling your digital copy

  In the past month, the highest court in the European Union, the European Court of Justice decided that it’s legal to sell a used digital copy of a game. This stands in stark contrast to the approach that has … 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

September 10, 2011
by Nick M. Finnegan
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Review: Serious Sam Double D loses more than a dimension, but still brings the humor

    Very few games have quite the set of testosterone-engorged testicles that causes Sam “Serious” Stone to walk funny. Sam gets a full 2-D treatment in this indie-developed title, Serious Sam Double D, and he once again finds himself … Continue reading