Moving Pixels

June 2011

Open Arenas Are No Open World in ‘Red Faction: Armageddon’

Red Faction: Armageddon mimics this combat structure of an open world game in an attempt to make up for its lack of a real open world, but in doing so, it misses the real reason why open world combat can be so fun.


Kratos and the Camera

While it may not allow players to craft their own stories, God of War III's presentation allows players to experience and perform the game's message.


Rage Quit Ch. 12 - Thank You, Mario! But Our Princess Is in Another Castle!

Lea survived the attempt on her life. Now it's time to take the fight to the humans who made her in this latest chapter of Rage Quit.


The Comforts of Home: Defending Applebee’s in ‘Modern Warfare 2’

The sign of a true patriot? Defending your right to a $10.95 steak dinner.


Electronic Empire Expo: The First World Problem of E3

There is a far larger system of class bias at work with games, namely the one that has to be engaged in just to facilitate the existence of this article.


Moving Pixels Podcast: A Look at Inclusivity in Video Games

This week the Moving Pixels podcast interfaces with writers from The Border House, Gay Gamer, and The Vorpal Bunny Ranch to discuss inclusivity in video games.


Playing the Persona in ‘L.A. Noire’

L.A Noire is a rare game that doesn’t let us into the head of its protagonist.


The Information Revolution in Multiplayer Gaming

With the announcement of Modern Warfare 3’s Elite, a new era of content delivery seems guaranteed.


Rage Quit Chapter 11 “Round 1 - Fight!”

An all out battle for survival as Lea takes on the entire Fear and Loading QA staff in a fight to the finish!


The Best of Thoughtful Gaming Podcasts

While you are out and about this summer, here are a few podcasts that you might want to listen to if you are interested in smart discussion and interesting analysis of video gaming and video game culture.


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The Specter of Multiplayer Hangs Over 'Door Kickers'

// Moving Pixels

"Door Kickers is not a multiplayer game, but for a while there, I couldn’t tell the difference.

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