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A Blue Shell of Hope: Wii U Can Still Strike Back

Two million copies in one month is not too shabby. Mario Kart 8 impressed critics by delivering the same zany fun of the series, while also adding some impressive improvements. More importantly, it sold very well. For a struggling console, the latest Mario Kart is a symbol of hope. Nintendo’s

EA Is Finally Learning from Its Mistakes

Today, EA announced that Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield Hardline, two of the biggest games of the fall, were delayed. Dragon Age Inquisition was delayed five weeks to November 18th, and Battlefield Hardline was delayed until “early 2015.” Delays are not a rare thing in this day and age, but delays from EA are very

Dissecting the Destiny Alpha

One of the biggest surprises of E3 was the announcement of the Destiny Alpha. Two of our editors, Ridge Dermody and Jay Curtis, got the chance to participate in the Alpha. Considering that Destiny is Bungie’s first new IP since Halo, (supposedly) the most expensive game ever made, and one of

“Hey, Listen!”

Gaming has attracted one of the most vocal followings around. Gamers are very quick to praise a game’s greatness, or point out a game’s mistakes. It has never been easier for a developer to get feedback on its game. Many websites (like this one) and (some) magazines do fully comprehensive

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