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Origin Users Beware – EA Reserves The Right To Delete Your Games For Inactivity


EA just recently launched their new digital retailer Origin, essentially the EA Store with a makeover, with the intent of expanding their digital and online fronts. So far, they’ve  been doing this through the acquirement of developers such as PopCap and publishing online games such as the (failed) Facebook game Dragon Age: Legends. Origin’s launch […]

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Hunted: The Demon’s Forge PC Review


Hunted: The Demon’s Forge was released only moments before E3 2011. The LA Convention Center was already cleared out and ready to accept the world’s palest and most nimble-fingered, from the average Joe to the perpetually mucus dribbling nerd who knows far too much excessive information  about video games and hardware. A perfectly right time […]

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Puzzle Agent 2 PC Review


There are a few things dying in the video game landscape, one is point and click games and another are the puzzles in games. Sure there are the physic puzzles where you use momentum and such to traverse the world or the block puzzles which are not really puzzles if it shows you the answer […]

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New Batman: Arkham City Gameplay Trailer Released


A new Arkham City gameplay trailer has been released today. This one includes Catwoman gameplay and some interesting plot information.

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The Broke Gamer: Fallout Trilogy (PC)


What’s better then a good game? A good game that is also cheap. What’s better than that? Three good games for the same price.

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Games You May Have Missed – S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl


Stalker stands for, Scavengers, Trespassers, Adventurers, Loners, Killers, Explorers and Robbers. These are all attributes that will fit your character at one point or another in your experience in desolate Chernobyl.

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Are Video Games Too Expensive?

Are Video Games Too Expensive?


I had an interesting discussion a few days ago about whether or not video games were too expensive, so much so that I lost a night’s worth of sleep trying to come up with a definitive answer. Why are games so expensive? Games from major publishers all are released for $50-$60, be they retail or […]

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Valve Hops Onto the Free-To-Play Bandwagon


There seems to be a mass rush of MMOs to jump onto the free-to-play bandwagon. Valve is joining those ranks by announcing today that Team Fortress 2 is now also free to play. Those who already have purchased the game have now been upgraded to a premium account. Essentially, nothing changes except that some items and […]

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EA’s Origin vs. Valve’s Steam: How Do They Stack?


EA looks like it wants to muscle in on some of the action in PC digital and online gaming with the launch of Origin, its own digital game distributor, which is a smart move considering the PC gaming market continues to grow, while PC retail sales are absolutely dismal. It’s been made absolutely clear in […]

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E3 2011: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Demo Impressions


Another year brings us another Call of Duty. Good thing then that Modern Warfare 3 is looking good, if uninspired. There were two demos of MW3 this E3, the first of which was shown at the Microsoft Media Briefing.

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Dead Island: Closer Look


Techland’s Dead Island grabbed the gaming world’s attention by storm by its heart wrenching, reverse slow motion trailer featuring a family caught on the fictional island of Banoi in the midst of a zombie outbreak. If you’ve never seen the trailer (shame on you), or you just want to watch it again because you derive […]

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E3 2011: Batman: Arkham City Impressions


After delivering the biggest surprise hit of 2009 in Batman Arkham Asylum Rocksteady Studios is back this E3 with Batman: Arkham City.

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