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July 19th

Kept you waiting, huh? Much like how Kiefer Sutherland replaced David Hayter, I’ll be filling in for Zoya this week, so welcome to This Week in Videogame Blogging! Let’s get started: Pokemon Go The flavor of the month, Pokemon Go, drove the…

November 15th

There wasn’t a whole lot whirring out of the videogame criticism engine this week, but don’t call it getting by on scraps, these delectable morsels are more than satisfying enough. Contents within presented without filler. Welcome to This Week in Videogame Blogging! Rise…

October 18th

Is there really anything you look forward to more on a Sunday than our roundup? I think not. Welcome to This Week in Videogame Blogging! Why Do You Keep Coming Back? Over at Video Game Heart, Grayson Davis doesn’t find bad design in videogames to…

June 28th

Facebook feed getting you down? Clear those tabs and get ready to open a bunch more, it’s This Week in Videogame Blogging! What’s Old is Shenmue Again Stu Horvath explains how the enthusiasm (or lack thereof) surrounding both Metroid Prime: Federation Force…

May 17th

Whoa, talk about a lot of good writing to get through in This Week in Videogame Blogging! Let’s get right into it. In trying to figure out what to say this week, and by say, I mean figure out how to structure…

March 29th

What’s up, fellow crit enthusiasts? If you’re looking for Easter candy, you’re a week too early, but we’ve got plenty of goodies from a slew of amazing writers to keep you content until then. So, welcome to This Week in Videogame Blogging!…

January 18th

Hi! For the sake of avoiding that awkward conversation where you pretend to remember the stranger enthusiastically greeting you, it’s This Week in Videogame Blogging! GamerGate: Picking up the Pieces It’s 2015 and GamerGate is still in the conversation, so let’s start this…

Uncharted 2

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,…