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Pick-Up Post: April 2014 Reading Material

All is more or less still quiet on the video game front, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Having that extra free time has been beneficial for going to the gym or playing hoops. 930 more words


The Best Games on the Xbox 360

After a shaky introduction to the world of video games with the release of the original Xbox, few thought that Microsoft would ever find long-term success in the home console business. 23 more words

15 Fascinating Facts You May Not Know About 'Batman: Arkham Asylum'

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This week Batman: Arkham Origins Backgate comes to consoles, and since we never pass up an opportunity to talk Batman ’round these parts, let’s take a moment to chat about the original Arkham game, Batman: Arkham Asylum. 1,605 more words


A Different View of XCOM

Yesterday I took advantage of a Steam sale to pick up The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and I’ve been playing it quite a bit. That said, I think I’ve almost beat the game and it’s only my second day of playing it. 850 more words


5 High Hopes For Batman: Arkham Knight

While our excitement grows for Batman: Arkham Knight, we can’t help but confess a few wishes for Rocksteady Studios’ final heroic entry.

Batman: Arkham Knight -- designing a proper Gotham City (and what's with the Batmobile?) (interview)

Dax Ginn is one loud sonofabitch. This producer at developer Rocksteady screamed, cheered, and jumped up and down as he helped demo the final chapter in his studio’s Batman: Arkham Asylum/City/Knight trilogy. 1,302 more words


It's a Man's World: The Implications of Makeup in Mass Effect

“Human sperm cells were seen with the earliest microscopes in the seventeenth century. The human egg is several thousand times larger, but — despite earlier postulates — it was not visualized until 1827. 2,864 more words

Videogame Criticism