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In PlayStation Plus We Trust: April 30, 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


Respawn news puts third-party exclusives back on the table

We, as a community of gamers, are smarter than we were eight years ago, and our combined intelligence is going to change the console debate from last generation. This holiday season—assuming the next Xbox gets a holiday release date—chances are, sales won’t be about brand familiarity or social features. Instead, we’ll decide what system we’ll […]Read More


Our favorite LucasArts games

Today marked the closing of LucasArts, one of the coolest and greatest development studios of all time. Founded in 1982, LucasArts was founded by George Lucas as a way for him, and his company, to explore other forms of media. After a few hits on Atari platforms, LucasArts hit it big with their first adventure […]Read More


PAX East: How ‘Beatbuddy’ stole the show

If you don’t have a good pair of headphones, consider investing in some before June, and not just because Matthew Morrison (GLEE) is releasing his second solo album. No, the real reason your ears should be excited for this summer is a little game called Beatbuddy, developed by the fine German folks at Threaks. Beatbuddy […]Read More


Along Came an Indie: ‘Proteus’

This article may contain spoilers you’ll regret reading. It’s hard to say, really, but if you’re worried about tarnishing your experience—as can happen with any article about any game—consider playing the game on the fact that I’m saying, right now, that it’s worth your time. Otherwise, enjoy the words. Before a few days ago, I […]Read More