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    Why do developers act like Nintendo fans are obligated to buy their shitty games?

    in Nintendo Discussion, last active on on 07 August 2011 A quote:  We found many of the review sites for WiiWare games to be very harsh – if you veer too far from the typical Nintendo styling the reception isn’t particularly good. Nintendo Life in particular provided a number of very unpleasant reviews.   First of all, these guys make shovelware, even a quick glance will at their games will...

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    Father of the Xbox: "Xbox was a failure"

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 22 February 2010 Very fascinating to watch.  It raises a lot of interesting questions about the current state of the video game industry. In a lot of ways I agree with him and Warren Specter on the notion that there's just too many sequels and licensed shit out there.  Especially interesting is his take on Bungie leaving Microsoft.  I personally would...

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    NPD Analysis: How to Sell a Wii Game

    in Nintendo Discussion, last active on on 16 January 2010

    From Wired ******************************************************************* Analyst Jesse Divnich of EEDAR, in a note on Thursday, made what I think is the most cogent, cohesive argument about this situation that I’ve seen yet: All too often the economy is blamed for the recent industry contraction. In...

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    00's, the Decade of Easier Games (Wall of Text)

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 01 January 2010

    December 2, 1999 I went into a Fry's Electronics and bought the game that would consume me for the next 2 1/2 years: Quake 3 Arena. Day 1 purchase for me.  From rocket jumps to strafe jumping to railgun twitch shots across the map to uncompromising speed, Q3 was the ultimate hardcore FPS. Around this same time some modders were creating a lot of waves with some a mod called Counter-Strike...

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    PS3 on the way

    in Sony Discussion, last active on on 17 December 2009

    Hello Sony people, I have a PS3 coming this Christmas, since Uncharted 2 is basically god digitized.  I'm definitely getting Uncharted 1 and 2 but the problem is after that I'm running into a bit of a roadblock. Looking at Metacritic and a lot of those games are on PC. So, I need your help. What's your favorite not-blatantly-obvious PS3 game and why?  Both hard copy games and PSN...

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    HOLY MOTHER OF CRAP! Steam ...

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 05 September 2008

    This weekend Steam is having a weekend deal, id super pack for $35. If you have any love for PC gaming and FPS history you owe it to yourself to pick this up. It's something like $215 of games going dirt cheap. 22 games at $35 for $1.59 per game I love you Valve, id, and Steam. The last bastion of great PC gaming (along with Stardock)....

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    Why thinking of games as "casual" is a mistake

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 19 July 2008

    Or "why Nintendo is curb stomping the competition" I found a really fascinating article buy a guy named Sean Malstom, please read it and give your thoughts. "Birdmen and the Casual Fallacy" "The real reason why so many in the Industry have rallied about casual gaming since the domination of the Wii is to escape blame for piss poor ...

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    Ugh, this is Nintendo's WORST system ever ...

    in Nintendo Discussion, last active on on 13 January 2008

    The Nintendo Cereal System remember eating it when I was 11, to date it's the worst cereal ever, next to those bran C3P0s where they used that golden bastard to trick kids into eating healthy.  It didn't even have any games. That song will haunt me for the rest of my life. "Berry good news" my emotionally scarred childhood ass....

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    The Most Important Part of Any FPS

    in PC Discussion, last active on on 02 December 2007

    Since the dawn of the FPS we've been hunting for health and ammo. These noble cubes have housed them for us, faithfully waiting for our crowbar. A small tribute, we salute you, noble crate:

     (also a good Crysis tweak)Gather around, share your love for the crate. The single most important element of any FPS. ...

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    Mario Galaxy Review--SPONSORED BY SONY!

    in Gaming Discussion, last active on on 17 November 2007

    I stumbled across this review of Mario Galaxy last night on Variety. It's pretty blatantly obvious that they're bashing the game because of Sony sponsorship. I don't mean in a subtle way, I mean blantant advertising while bashing Galaxy. An example of the review:"Fans may claim that the graphics are good “for the Wii,” but that argument quickly grows tired. There’s clever...

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