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How I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb

Posted by Reoh | 23 January 2010 |

Wytefang has spent many an hour in COD:MW2, to bring you this hands on review of the game.

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FPS and the Girl

Posted by Reoh | 23 January 2010

Having played many different genre's of games over the years, it was by accident that one day I discovered Battlefield 2142.

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Where’s the PC Demo going?

Posted by Reoh | 23 January 2010

With so many huge up-and-coming new releases for 2010, Carn ponders the thought, "How many of these will the PC gamer taste as demo's?"

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Reoh’s Massive Global Agenda Beta Review

Posted by Reoh | 17 January 2010 |

For the last week I've buried myself into Global Agenda's Beta, and have a massive four page review to help you decide if this is the right game for you.

Read more » | 4 user reviews | PC

Till Death or Gaming do us (part 1)

Posted by Reoh | 17 January 2010

Sassy our current Guild Leader and Correspondent from the Everquest II division casts back to when she (with hubby in tow) were just starting off in the game, in this series of articles that showcase why ...

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Fallen Earth and Sandpaper Underwear

Posted by Reoh | 16 January 2010

Wired Solaris gives us an in character view of life in Fallen Earth

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MW2: The Starting of Something New

Posted by Reoh | 6 January 2010

Find out how TOG's COD:MW2 division is shaping up with this interview of VDC Sp!at by Grimberror.

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Why we game

Posted by Reoh | 4 January 2010

Doughboy considers why we game

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Fox Interviewed on TOGGLe

Posted by Reoh | 11 December 2009

Fox speaks about the TOG Gaming League (TOGGLe)

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Interview with Bloodwrych, Division Captain for Fallen Earth

Posted by Reoh | 28 November 2009

Correspondant Leevers interviews Bloodwrych, TOG's Fallen Earth Division Captain.

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Battlefield Hardline Delayed So EA Could Add “More Innovation,” CEO Says

17 September 2014 |Electronic Arts delayed Battlefield Hardline to early 2015 because it wanted to bring "more innovation" to the Visceral Games-developed shooter, according to CEO Andrew Wilson."We moved it because we thought there was more ...

Get Assassin’s Creed Unity PS4/Xbox One Collector’s Edition for $60

17 September 2014 |In what is more than likely a pricing error that will be fixed very soon, the Dell Store currently lists the Collector's Edition of Assassin's Creed Unity for PS4 and Xbox One at the budget price of $60. The tip comes from the ...

GameSpot Community Giveaway - Destiny

17 September 2014 |<iframe src="/videos/embed/6421322/" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>We're giving away copies of Destiny for ...

Capturing Monsters With Monsters in Skylanders Trap Team

17 September 2014 |As toy franchise lifespans go, Skylanders entering its fourth year is no small feat. Creator and main developer Toys For Bob has managed to avoid stagnation partly due to the series’ ever-evolving roster of new characters. Every ...

$5 Metro 2033 and Eternal Sonata in Xbox One/360 Weekly Deals

17 September 2014 |<iframe src="/videos/embed/6419876/" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>Microsoft has announced this week's Deals ...

Games Are “Far More Powerful” Than Movies for Storytelling, EA CEO Says

17 September 2014 |Wilson speaking this week at GamesBeatThe medium of video games is "far more powerful" than film in terms of storytelling potential. That's according to Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson, who said this week during the GamesBeat ...

Borderlands Multiplayer Returns on PC Following GameSpy Shutdown

17 September 2014 |Borderlands fans can once again play the first game in the series online on PC, thanks to 2K's efforts to transition some of its older games away from the now-defunct GameSpy service.A new update for Borderlands has been released ...

Rust Creator on Minecraft Sale: “I’d Have Done the Same Thing”

17 September 2014 |<iframe src="/videos/embed/6421315/" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>In the wake of Mojang's sale to Microsoft ...

Xbox One Exclusive Scalebound Is Unlike Anything the Bayonetta Studio Has Made Before

17 September 2014 |<iframe src="/videos/embed/6419225/" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>Scalebound, the upcoming Xbox One ...

Listen to FIFA 15’s Soundtrack

17 September 2014 |<iframe src="/videos/embed/6421279/" width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>Soccer may not be the most music-centric ...

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Review: Bending Genres in Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon

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Review: Shambling Mirror of Fate Signals Time to Jam a Stake in Castlevania’s Heart

8 March 2013 | <!--Begin feature--> <!-- for syndication --> Castlevania: Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate brings the series back to Nintendo's portable systems, ...

An Unflattering Boll Cut

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The Trials and Tribulations of Gears of War: Judgment

6 March 2013 | <!--Begin feature--> <!-- for syndication --> <body> As the next generation of home consoles slowly emerge into the limelight and enter the ...

The Cinematic Nature of Parasite Eve

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A Plea for the Gaming Industry to Respect Gamers

1 March 2013 | <!--Begin feature--> <!-- for syndication --> Although the economy might not be in the thick of a recession as it once was, that doesn't mean things ...

Moving Forward and Looking to Indies, Not Better Graphics

28 February 2013 | <!--Begin feature--> <!-- for syndication --> Excited as I was to finally see a next-generation console, much of the PlayStation 4 software we saw ...

Urban Trial Freestyle Review: Where Flash Trumps Substance

27 February 2013 | <!--Begin feature--> <!-- for syndication --> There is no getting around the similarities between Urban Trial Freestyle and the Trials series. The ...

The Orwellian Superheroes of Watch Dogs and inFamous: Second Son

23 February 2013 | <!--Begin feature--> <!-- for syndication --> <body> Always the eyes watching you and the voice enveloping you. Asleep or awake, working or ...

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Itch.io’s not just for game jams - it’s increasingly a paid distro service

17 September 2014 |The popular site, perhaps best known as a free portal to host game jams, is beefing up its free indie marketplace offerings -- and has broken down its stats in incredible detail. ...

If you want to succeed in China, make your game more competitive

17 September 2014 |"It's about competition," says Lyndon, who serves as cofounder and executive VP of Chinese publisher iDreamSky. "That's the main difference between Chinese user behavior and Western user behavior." ...

Get a job: Zenimax’s Battlecry Studios seeks a Technical Producer

17 September 2014 |Zenimax Media's Austin-based Battlecry Studios (working on their debut game Battlecry, naturally) seeks an experienced technical producer to help coordinate back-end technology development. ...

Blog: Microsoft-Mojang is about the future, not the money

17 September 2014 |"Compared to other game companies with tent-pole game franchises (GungHo, Supercell, King), $2.5B for Mojang more than doubles any valuation benchmark." ...

GameStop is calling it quits in Spain

17 September 2014 |Video game retail firm GameStop is planning to sell or close all of its retail store locations in Spain as it refocuses its efforts on regions it perceives to be more valuable. ...

Video: How Ubisoft modernized the gunplay of Splinter Cell

17 September 2014 |Ubisoft designer James Everett says he faced some tricky challenges when he started work on Splinter Cell: Blacklist, chief among them the problem of making players feel like they're a modern military professional. ...

Blog: One player is enough, or handling feedback

17 September 2014 |"I discovered a notification letter from one of the websites with a comment about the game. This was the comment that settled my perspective on the game." ...

Don’t Miss: A postmortem look at the making of Elite

17 September 2014 |To mark the 30th anniversary of Elite's release, watch co-creator David Braben explain the genesis of the genre-defining space sim that stood against industry demands for arcade games. ...

Devs don’t market games the way they’d like, says GDC Next survey

17 September 2014 |The results of GDC Next featuring ADC's discoverability survey reveal several fascinating trends in the way that modern game makers handle their marketing and community outreach efforts. ...

Why you need to play Bond Breaker and Algebra Assembler

17 September 2014 |"We are entering a golden age for educational video games. Portal and Braid sowed the seeds of revolution... they introduced a spirit of expressiveness." ...

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GX3 hits Kickstarter goal

17 September 2014 |GaymerX organizers raise money to bring revamped show back for a third year

Jonathan Murphy leaves Konami

17 September 2014 |Pro Evolution Soccer brand manager departs after 16 years

Devs see power of platform holders, YouTube

17 September 2014 |Surveyed creators say video personalities slightly more trustworthy, much more effective than traditional press

Twitch arrives on Chromecast

17 September 2014 |"The latest in a line of products and features that make it easy to have a living room Twitch experience"

Unity’s Helgason pushes analytics and sharing tools

17 September 2014 |Two most important features says CEO

Roundtable: Is Minecraft a gold mine?

17 September 2014 |$2.5 billion buys a lot of Mojang, but will the move pay off for Microsoft?

The ESRB: Twenty Years of Sex and Violence

16 September 2014 |President Patricia Vance on rating board's first two decades, Hot Coffee as a highlight, and the challenges ahead

BAFTA partners with Gamer Network for EGX Rezzed 2015

16 September 2014 |Next year's show will host British Academy Games Awards and Inside Games showcase

Wooga opens Tokyo office, hires Line veteran

16 September 2014 |Jun Otsuka will lead Wooga's first office outside of its native Berlin

Super Smash Bros. 3DS sells 1 million in Japan

16 September 2014 |Evergreen franchise clears milestone in its first weekend

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PSA: Blizzard to Purge Older ‘World of Warcraft’ Character Names

17 September 2014 | Players with old World of Warcraft characters who have not logged into the game for a very long time may want to pay attention. Blizzard announced that it will institute a ...

PSA: Blizzard to Purge Older ‘World of Warcraft’ Character Names

17 September 2014 | Players with old World of Warcraft characters who have not logged into the game for a very long time may want to pay attention. Blizzard announced that it will institute a ...

American Commitment Petition Urges FCC ‘Not To Regulate The Internet’

17 September 2014 | Republican advocacy group American Commitment announced that it has gathered 772,000 American signatures on a petition asking the Federal Communications Commission to avoid ...

American Commitment Petition Urges FCC ‘Not To Regulate The Internet’

17 September 2014 | Republican advocacy group American Commitment announced that it has gathered 772,000 American signatures on a petition asking the Federal Communications Commission to avoid ...

Three More Games Added to Humble Indie Bundle 12

17 September 2014 | The current Humble Bundle, Humble Indie Bundle 12, has added three more games into the mix: The Bridge, Monaco, and Race the Sun. These games join seven other decent indie ...

Three More Games Added to Humble Indie Bundle 12

17 September 2014 | The current Humble Bundle, Humble Indie Bundle 12, has added three more games into the mix: The Bridge, Monaco, and Race the Sun. These games join seven other decent indie ...

Conan Pokes Fun at Microsoft’s Purchase of ‘Minecraft’

17 September 2014 |On Monday night's episode of Conan on TBS, Conan O'Brien talked about Microsoft acquiring Mojang and Minecraft for $2.5 billion. And while he didn't mention Markus "Notch" Persson (who made an estimated $1.75 ...

GameStop Sells Off Spanish Retail Stores to GAME

17 September 2014 | GII reports that GameStop will no longer be selling games in Spain. The company announced that it has sold off a majority of its retail stores in the region to UK-based ...

‘GX3: Everyone Games’ Gets Fully Funded

17 September 2014 | With a little under 60 hours to go, the Kickstarter campaign for "GX3: Everyone Games" has managed to surpass its funding goal of $80,000. As of this writing, the ...

ESRB Celebrates 20th Anniversary

17 September 2014 | Seeing that government regulation was in the wings if it didn't do something, the Interactive Digital Software Association (now known as the Entertainment Software ...

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Bungie doubles Destiny public events, plans to add requested features

17 September 2014 | Bungie told Joystiq today that it will roll out a number of post-launch improvements for its multiplayer online shooter Destiny, and notes that it has already "more than doubled" the number of public events players will encounter ...

Metareview: Destiny

17 September 2014 | Our review of Destiny said we're in it to "slay monsters, level up and collect loot." It's an interplanetary dungeon crawler. Go into the experience with that expectation, along with some friends, you'll do just fine. But, ...

Killzone: Shadow Fall drops three new multiplayer maps

17 September 2014 | Sony dished out three free maps for Killzone: Shadow Fall today, the publisher's FPS that launched with the PS4 last November. One of the maps is The Statue, a competitive affair that takes place at a Scolar Visari memorial statue ...

Joystiq Streams: New Gauntlet needs a workout badly

17 September 2014 | All these space wizards and Dinklages and space balls telling us about our Destiny as conqueror of the darkness have exhausted us. Now we thirst for simpler pleasures. No more moon wizards! Just regular wizards, who are mightily ...

Pac-Man Championship Edition DX going free-to-play on iOS

17 September 2014 | An iOS version of Bandai Namco's high-octane Pac-Man remake Pac-Man Championship Edition DX has soft-launched in New Zealand, suggesting that a worldwide App Store release is imminent. Released as a downloadable title for ...

SingStar: Ultimate Party takes the stage in Europe next month

17 September 2014 | Sony's decade-spanning karaoke game SingStar: Ultimate Party will debut in Europe next month for the PlayStation 3 and PS4, director Chris Bruce revealed today. In a first for the series, SingStar: Ultimate Party lets players use ...

First Bloodborne alpha invites roll out to Europe

17 September 2014 | Alpha testing invites for Bloodborne are now appearing in select email inboxes. Joystiq's own Sinan Kubba received an invite to the "small-scale test," which features early access to the game and "a sample of its online features," ...

Conan O’Brien tackles Minecraft dev’s $2.5B acquisition

17 September 2014 | We covered the events leading up to Microsoft's purchase of Minecraft developer Mojang this week, but didn't stop to consider how its creators plan to spend all that cash. Comedian Conan O'Brien addresses this vital issue in the ...

PSN Tuesday: Murasaki Baby, Fibbage

17 September 2014 | This week's PlayStation Store update brings a handful of games to PS4 that began life elsewhere. The future-set strategy game Anomaly 2 arrives ($14.99) after first emerging on PC and mobile platforms, alongside a "special ...

Mortal Kombat X controllers from PDP are lopsided, not final

17 September 2014 | Gaming accessory manufacturer PDP is working on new gamepads designed specifically for Mortal Kombat X, and the company showed off designs for Xbox One and PS4 at GameStop Expo last week. Iron Galaxy Community Manager Alex ...

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The Growing Illusion of Single Player Gaming

16 September 2014 |An anonymous reader writes: Multiplayer modes used to be an extra part of most games — an optional addition that the developers could build (or not) as they saw fit. These days, it's different: many games are marketed under ...

Canon Printer Hacked To Run Doom Video Game

16 September 2014 |wiredog writes Security researcher Michael Jordon has hacked a Canon's Pixma printer to run Doom. He did so by reverse engineering the firmware encryption and uploading via the update interface. From the BBC: "Like many modern ...

Microsoft To Buy Minecraft Maker Mojang For $2.5 Billion

15 September 2014 |jawtheshark writes The rumors were true. Mojang, the company behind Minecraft, is being sold to Microsoft. Of course, the promise is to keep all products supported as they are. From the article: "Microsoft said it has agreed to buy ...

Malware Distributed Through Twitch Chat Is Hijacking Steam Accounts

15 September 2014 |An anonymous reader writes If you use Twitch don't click on any suspicious links in the video streaming platform's chat feature. Twitch Support's official Twitter account issued a security warning telling users not to click the ...

Early Reviews of Destiny: Unfulfilled Potential

13 September 2014 |Destiny is a first-person shooter set in a persistent, online world. It was released on Tuesday by Bungie, the development studio behind Halo, and billed as a blending of console shooters and progression-based MMOs. Reviews for the ...

Kickstarter’s Problem: You Have To Make the Game Before You Ask For Money

13 September 2014 |An anonymous reader writes with this piece about Digital Knights, the studio behind the Kickstarter campaign project Sienna Storm, which was cancelled this week after the team raised only 10% of their $180,000 target, despite a ...

Report: Microsoft To Buy Minecraft Studio For $2bn+

10 September 2014 |dotarray (1747900) writes "A surprising story has emerged today that suggests Microsoft is looking to buy Minecraft developer Mojang. The reported price tag is "more than US$2 billion." The original report is at the WSJ (possibly ...

John Romero On Reinventing the Shooter

9 September 2014 |An anonymous reader writes: John Romero helped bring us Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein, but he's also known for Daikatana — an immensely-hyped followup that flopped hard. After remaining on the periphery of game development ...

GSOC Project Works To Emulate Systemd For OpenBSD

8 September 2014 |An anonymous reader writes Through a Google Summer of Code project this year was work to emulate systemd on OpenBSD. Upstream systemd remains uninterested in supporting non-Linux platforms so a student developer has taken to ...

DMCA Claim Over GPL Non-Compliance Shuts Off Minecraft Plug-Ins

6 September 2014 |New submitter Maxo-Texas writes One of the primary programmers, Wesley Wolfe (Wolvereness), who contributed over 23,000 lines of code to the Bukkit project (which enhances Minecraft server performance and allows others to write ...

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6 Nov: AA: Thursday Night Pubstack

Posted by DextrousWeevil | 5 November 2008

6 Nov: Thursday 8.30pm - SF Highland

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WAR: Dev Diary - The Reikland Factory

Posted by Dr8k | 3 November 2008

Russel Chamier takes time out to talk about developing the art for our new scenario....

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WAR: Heavy Metal

Posted by Dr8k | 3 November 2008

Two new classes join the WAR during a special in-game live event!

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WAR: Patch 1.0.4 Arrives

Posted by Dr8k | 29 October 2008

Patch 1.0.4 is here and brings a swath of improvements, including an increase to healer renown :)

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WAR: Grab Bag No 3 - Armour Sets

Posted by Dr8k | 28 October 2008

The third of the grab bag series is out and focusses on educating us about the game's armour sets. Follow the link to view the shinies!

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WAR: Dev Diary, Mark Davis

Posted by Dr8k | 22 October 2008

Mark Davis, Associate Producer of Warhammer Online takes some time out to chat about the game.

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WAR: The State of the Game

Posted by Dr8k | 20 October 2008

Mark Jacobs from Mythic has released an announcement on the state of the game one month in. Most notable in this announcement is the changes comming for patch 1.1 (release date TBA).

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WAR: Patch 1.0.3

Posted by Dr8k | 15 October 2008

Patch 1.0.3 is here with a host of improvements!

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New patch for AA 2.8.4

Posted by DextrousWeevil | 15 October 2008

America's Army gets a new patch

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The Order of Gromril Triumph

Posted by Dr8k | 14 October 2008

Tales from the front lines on the European server of Karak-Azgal.

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