Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Top 20 Women in the Gaming Industry

Highlighting the women who are important to the gaming now, those who have a crucial hand in shaping video games as we know them today.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Wait... You are "delisting" Xbox LIVE Arcade Games?

"You may have seen the article with Marc Whitten, and it may have left you confused.Don't panic - we've seen your questions, and we have some answers for you."

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Thursday, May 22, 2008

A Video Game Star and His Less-Than-Stellar Pay

His face still isn’t famous, but Michael Hollick’s voice and gait have moved into the pop culture firmament recently as those of Niko Bellic, the Balkan criminal at the heart of Grand Theft Auto IV.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

MadWorld 'Debut' trailer HD

From Nintendo Wii Fanboy:

"Described as a game that "straddles graphic novels and 3D worlds," MADWORLD looks every bit as stunning as early video footage had suggested. It's set for release during Q1, 2009, and promises weapons that range from chainsaws to street signs, irreverent humor, and sports commentary to accompany the slaughtering."

Saturday, May 17, 2008

EA cuts baseball games from lineup

EA has decided not to renew its contract with NCAA baseball, and instead will not be making any baseball games at all.

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Friday, May 16, 2008

Note to EA. . .Stop Buying Developers, Make More Games. . .

Great editorial from"Everyone’s favorite Madden factory is growing, but it’s profits aren’t following suit."

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Friday, May 9, 2008

how do i play game? - Adventures of a Non-Gamer

I found this site completely by accident. It's a blog chronicling a play through of Half-Life 2 by a non-gamer. It's a fun read and gives a great perspective on how people who play video games very very casually manage with today's games.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

A History of Gaming Platforms: Mattel Intellivision

Gamasutra's A History of Gaming Platforms series continues with a look at the Intellivision, a classic video game console developed by toy company Mattel and continued as an independent business for years after being dropped by that company.

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