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Interview with Metanet's Mare Sheppard, co-creator of N

Mare Sheppard and Raigan Burns

At the recent Penny Arcade Expo, a small table in the back corner of the exhibition hall had a long line of people waiting to try a game that looked like a few pixels thrown onto a blank screen. It was stunning, to say the least. Metanet reveals all about their upcomig hit, N.

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Red Ring Resolution – All systems are green

My 360 came back today, so the trip in total from my house to the repair center in (AFAIK) Texas and back again was about a month.

Interview with Scott Corley, head of Wideload Shorts

GameCritics.com recently had the chance for a quick chat with Scott Corley, head of the newly-founded studio, Wideload Shorts.

Is 2007 the year games break through?

Games have been blips on the mainstream media's radar on and off for a while, but it seems as though things have been gathering substantial steam lately.

PAX 2007: A slicker PSP can't touch the omnipresent DS

Read blog postI’ve read other reports of the same thing online but I can verify firsthand that just about every attendee had a DS, and over the course of three days I only saw *one* PSP. Anecdotally, Nintendo is kicking Sony’s ass all over the place in the handheld market, no surprise there.

PAX 2007: Eye of Judgement and Culdcept Saga

Read blog postI don’t know if anybody’s been following this (I know that I haven’t), but one of the new things that I saw in the exhibition section of the PAX was Eye of Judgement for the PS3.

Disgust on a disc: Escape from Bug Island

After trying Escape from Bug Island, my jaw dropped. it's so atrociously bad, I can't believe they even bothered to publish it. I gave it a whirl just to see if it was as terrible as most people said it was, and it is.

John Carmack and games as art

John Carmack has been quoted a couple times as saying that he believes games are not art, and I was always put off that someone who has such a prominent place in the industry took such a disappointing line.

Toy Critic: Big boys, little boys, and the Transformers that love them

Read blog postIt may have taken a few decades, but I'm happy to say that Transformers are now fully accessible to all ages. What do I mean? Aren't they already *toys*??? Let me explain...
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