Tag Archive: games

Why Gamers Have a Public Image Problem

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I want you to imagine what a person who plays video games looks like. Like this, right? This is the problem with gamers. This certainly seems to be how the general public and,… Continue reading

How a Film Trailer Nearly Crushed My Soul

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by Appa the Gypsy The year was 2008. I was young (sixteen, to be exact), I was approaching my first set of high school examinations, and I was an angsty teenager, meaning that… Continue reading

‘Arkham City’ First Impressions

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Australia lives in a world of arbitrary delays and restrictions. We sit helplessly mute whilst our international fellow geeks watch movies, shows and play games weeks, months and even years before we get… Continue reading

5 Reasons ‘Arkham City’ Will Rock/Suck

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This week heralds the arrival of one of the most anticipated games of the year (THE most anticipated for cool people). ‘Arkham Asylum’ was a surprisingly brilliant production, rising far above the average… Continue reading

Link: What Video Games Are Teaching Us

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Print this out and send copies to parents, wives/husbands, partners, bosses, grandparents, children, teachers, judgmental pets and anyone else who’s ever gotten on your case about spending too much time gaming. CLICK AND… Continue reading

‘Jaws’ and ‘Jaws Revenge’ for iPhone

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The iphone, and other similar devices that run apps, are seeing a bigger and faster growing market for games than any other gaming platform in history (don’t quote me on that fact, I… Continue reading

‘From Dust’ Game Review

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Online stores such as PSN and Steam have been a godsend for gamers and developers alike. They allow smaller, experimental games to be distributed onto the market at a lower cost, allowing them… Continue reading