This whole outcry stands as a testament to why gamers need to get over notions of "fairness" -- especially when "fairness" isn't really fair.
The decision of who will be king is probably one of the more complex quests that the Grey Warden undertakes, and here's why.
The Moving Pixels podcast wonders how well retro games hold up with rapidly changing platform generations, as well as higher expectations for graphics quality and overall accessibility.
Bulletstorm offers a surprisingly cynical critique of the typical heroic figure.
Inside a Star-filled Sky illustrates the challenge of making a game that tests a player's reflexes and beliefs.
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If there's one thing I never expected a game to do, it would be to teach self respect.
Originally conceived of as a discussion of the best superhero video games of all time, the Moving Pixels Podcast crew quickly discovered that super powered games have been -- for the most part -- less than super.
3D is a feature best appreciated by an audience watching a game being played -- because the player isn't likely to notice the effect at all.
The burden of documentary storytelling is too confining. In order to successfully create a documentary, game designers must inhibit their own genre from flourishing.