Category Archives: Games

E3 2009: Evaluating Incomplete Games

Video games, exhibited at a convention [e.g. E3, PAX], will be in one of the various stages of development: recently shipped, shipping to stores, will ship in a few months, will ship over the holidays, are years away from release, … Continue reading

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E3 2009: The Predictions

Today is the day that everyone gets to be wrong. If you were to browse to a website that specializes in video game news.  Wait…  Gosh.  Hopefully, y’all will press the back button and read the rest of this post. … Continue reading

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E3 2009: An Introduction

It’s coming.  June 1st, 2009.  Ready or not. What is E3? The acronym for the Electronic Entertainment Exposition.  An industry trade show that is used to showcase video-games. E3 was originally created to provide an environment where video-game publishers could … Continue reading

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Can someone explain Sony’s slogan to me? [UPDATED]

I took the following picture at GDC 2007 with my phone.  I hadn’t realized that it wouldn’t moblog well, so I apologize for the junk in this post before. The above text says: "Developing partnerships that are anything but C++."  … Continue reading

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E3 Canceled

The entire Internet went crazy this past week, if the entire Internet was comprised of gaming news websites and forums.   This craziness is a reaction to rumors about E3 [the ultimate, yearly video game exhibition] being canceled, then rumors … Continue reading

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Nintendo’s Revolution

Nintendo is a company.  Some would say they are a video game company since they make a large number of video games.  They have also made a number of game consoles over the years, some of which you probably heard … Continue reading

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Praise for Game Reviews

Ninety-eight percent of humanity would probably be dead if not for game reviews.    It’s a fact.   Well, it’s a statistic, which means nearly the opposite of fact.   My reasoning is that a lot of people died before … Continue reading

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