March 25th

March 25th, 2012 | Posted by Kris Ligman in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on March 25th)

I’m all out of clever schticks this week, so let’s just get right to it. It’s time for the best and brightest of videogame commentary and criticism, This Week in Videogame Blogging! We start off by checking in with our friend Sebastian Alvarado, who is onto the second installment of his Gamasutra blog series on …
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Guess who’s back! Back again. That’s right, Ben is back and in charge of this week’s entry in the neverending story that is This Week In Videogame Blogging. Okay so, here’s the skinny. My  week was eaten up first by jet-lag, then by the GDCflu, and then by a gig and a birthday party, so …
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Uncharted 2

March 16th, 2012 | Posted by John Kilhefner in Critical Compilation: - (1 Comments)

Editors note: This is the first Critical Compilation we’ve hosted in a long while, and it comes to us from our newest contributor, John Kilhefner. It’s been called visually stunning, a revelation in character writing and the greatest movie ever played. Regardless, the real meat of the Uncharted 2: Among Thieves experience isn’t in the …
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March 11th

March 11th, 2012 | Posted by Kris Ligman in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on March 11th)

In 2012, the greatest game developers and journalists in recent memory assembled in San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference. Meanwhile, those unfortunate few who did not attend explored the web, discovering the remains of an ancient spacefaring civilization known only as the ludodecahedron. In the decades that followed, these mysterious artifacts revealed startling new …
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March 4th

March 4th, 2012 | Posted by Kris Ligman in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on March 4th)

Twas the night before GDC, and all through the net, not a blogger was stirring, not even Patrick Klepek… (Well, not really.) Welcome, welcome to This Week in Videogame Blogging! As things are beginning to kick off in San Francisco, your friendly neighborhood curator is starting the conference early with some sunny, spring-worthy critique and …
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