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How do you beat the Xbox One?

While I know, as a journalist, I should be impartial about the industry, I’m a Sony guy. I have been since the original PlayStation and I’ve never strayed far from the company as my provider of gaming entertainment. Which is why, after the reveal of the Xbox One, I started to get a little nervous. […]Read More

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In PlayStation Plus We Trust: March 12, 2013

Sony’s PlayStation Plus is a subscription-based service that allows members to get weekly and monthly access to discounted games on the PlayStation Network, as well as the occasional free game. Sony has calculated that the $50/year service has granted thousands of dollars in savings. Everyone loves free games, but nobody likes a free game that’s […]Read More

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Interview with ‘Proteus’ dev Ed Key

StickSkills content manager Sam Nolan interviews Ed Key, an up-and-coming indie developer who has just released his first game, Proteus. During the interview, Ed and Sam chat about the ins and outs of indie development, the genesis of Proteus and the title’s detractors, who claim that the experience should not fall under the definition of a “game.” [jwplayer […]Read More

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Top 5 Game Characters for the Presidential Election

Let’s be honest–no one’s exactly thrilled with the major candidates battling it out this election season. Wouldn’t it be nice to have candidates we know and love running for Commander in Chief? Say hello to five new candidates throwing their hats, helmets, and signature holsters into the ring. May the best character win. Note: In […]Read More

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Talking Rock Band 3 DLC with Two Tribes’ Courtney Fortune

StickSkills.com recently had the chance to talk with Courtney Fortune of electro/synth-pop duo Two Tribes in reference to their latest single Madly, which will be joining the already massive roster of available downloadable content in Rock Band 3. Teaming up with Rock Band Relief, a portion of the proceeds from each purchase will be donated to […]Read More

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The Life of an Offline-Only Gamer

The mere possibility of the next generation of consoles going “download only” for game distribution is something that petrifies me. See, due to me living in the middle of nowhere I am part of a rare group of gamers who can’t get broadband internet. The kinds of things that take a couple minutes for the […]Read More