Monthly Archives: April 2012

What to do About Used Game Sales

For whatever reason, the game publishing industry has recently decided that used games are a terrible thing, despite the fact that used sales exist in every other medium, and have existed in videogames since their beginning. A cynical observer would … Continue reading

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The Crowdfunded Revolution: How Kickstarter Can Change Videogames Forever

There was a time, not so very long ago, when games could be made by anyone who had the passion and the desire to do so. Small teams of friends, or even single people, could make games that were pushing … Continue reading

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The (Eventual) End of Rubber-Band Racing

As early as the days of Mario Kart 64 and the first few Need For Speed games, I’ve had an  instinctual dislike for rubber-banding in racing games, but it wasn’t until recently (while playing Need For Speed: Shift 2 and Forza Motorsport 4 … Continue reading

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