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An iPhone Game You Can Win, Even If You Can't See

Close your eyes and play an iPhone game. With Stem Stumper, a game made for both blind and sighted gamers, you can do that. Play it by sound, and you can win. Stem Stumper is a puzzle game made by Ananse Productions, a small game-making outfit in Massachusetts... More »


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Report: Sony PlayStation Network Password Reset Page Exploited, Customer Accounts Potentially Compromised

According to reports on Nyleveia.com, Eurogamer, and NeoGAF, Sony's PlayStation Network password reset system-the one just put in place after the PSN hack-has been compromised... More »


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Do You Enjoy Reading Your Video Game Dialog?

In today's episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Korio8 wonders if anyone else prefers subtitles in their video games, even if they can hear every spoken word perfectly. More »


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We Took a Field Trip to the Minecraft School

A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Matt Toder and I visited a second-grade class that is being taught-mostly during school hours-how to play Minecraft. More »


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The Witcher 2 is Blurry in All the Right Places

Amidst all of the nudity and subtle gags lurking in CD Projekt Red's latest PC role-playing adventure, the aspect of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings that has impressed me the most so far is how blurry it is. More »


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The Difference Between L.A. Noire and Grand Theft Auto

I enjoy L.A. Noire. I enjoy it for reasons that have nothing to do with why I enjoyed Grand Theft Auto IV. Despite superficial similarities, two games are barely alike, which I've carefully explained before. More »


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In Defense Of Back to the Future The Video Game

"Disco is NOT dead!" shouted Eddie Izzard as a disco dancer-in-denial in the ridiculous super hero parody, Mystery Men. Well, we may not be clad in fur, bellbottoms, and platform boots (most of the time), but adventure gamers feel the same way. More »


Today somehow managed to become incredibly busy, thanks to a last-minute interview with the fine folks at NBC Los Angeles. I spoke with Channel 4 today on the PlayStation Network, hopefully allaying some fears about Sony's recent downtime. Maybe it will be on television later and you'll see the yellow insides of my office. Now, to play exciting and unannounced Ubisoft games! –Michael McWhertor

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