Congratulations! You successfully survived the first week of 2013! Written any obsolete checks yet? Sustained any cringe-worthy jokes stating that Subject A hasn’t Verb B’d since last year? Undoubtedly so, but before we continue to traipse further into the New Year, I’d like to tiptoe back through 2012 for a moment.
Last year came and went without that high-profile, go-to, automatic, everybody-agrees Game of the Year, yet two particular titles continued to buck traditional triple-A trends, topping more than a few high-profile “Best of 2012″ lists. Both downloadable and created by relatively tiny teams, Journey and The Walking Dead beat out
A man that murdered your mother would attract less vocalized hatred from the online video game community than Metacritic. Therefore, why don’t we use its statistics as the basis for an article subtly summarizing the trends of today’s gaming industry throughout 2012? A pre-Thanksgiving approach is a tad early, it’s
Delayed as it was, our PAX Prime coverage has begun in earnest. From written previews and our Great Big Impressions Video to the entire Metal Gear 25th Anniversary panel with Hideo Kojima himself, Gamers-Association.com is where you want to be. Oh, and we’re also giving away almost everything we picked
Rumors of the next generation of consoles from Microsoft and Sony were all the rage earlier this year. And yet, E3 has come and gone without head or tail of either system. It’s fortunate, then, that our friend jeff_rigby from NeoGAF managed to uncover the entire 56-page strategy document detailing the