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Stephen Totilo shares a hilarious story about anti-gun people making much ado about nothing. More »
Jon bought $400 worth of downloadable games from Nintendo. He lost all of them when his Wii U bricked. Nintendo gave him $200 in credit, but it doesn't come close to solving the problem. More »
Stephen has some tips for you before you start playing the great Fire Emblem: Awakening. More »
Patricia Hernandez enjoys this turn-based strategy game, even if it does have a few technical issues. More »
Matt Cabral gets his hands on The Last of Us. More »
Kirk Hamilton ranks his favorite Elder Scrolls games. More »
Stephen tells us about the new Skylanders and how you can mix and match their top and bottom halves. More »
Tina Amini (that's me) is (mostly) let down by the third installment in one of her favorite franchises. More »
Andrew Voak tells us all about the real-life parasites that behave remarkably like Halo's Flood enemies. More »
Hussein M. Ibrahim expresses his feelings towards the inaccurate depictions of Arabs in first-person shooters. More »
András Neltz reminds us what people used to say about the original PlayStation back during its prime. More »
Kirk, uh, Kirk accidentally marries a teenager in Fire Emblem: Awakening. More »
Stephen enjoys how pretty Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time looks and even finds it a little Assassins Creedy. More »
Superannuation spills a few secrets. More »
They're Attractive, They're Women, And They Play Games Live On The Internet. But They're Not 'Camwhores.'
Patricia interviews some women game streamers about their experiences. More »
Leigh Alexander reminisces about 90s movies and the games she's amazing at. More »
Jason Schreier writes an in-depth profile on Atlus. More »
Tina talks to Kirk about the potential in Crysis 3. More »
András takes us back in time. More »