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Jay Curtis’s Top 5 Games of 2013

2013 has been a great transition year for gaming. As one generation rode off into the sunset, a promising new future awaits. 2013 saw a wondrous glimmer of gaming’s bright future. This has arguably been the most diverse year in gaming’s young history. Huge titles like Grand Theft Auto V

Ending with Style

As the classic fable of the tortoise and the hare shows, it doesn’t matter how you start; it matters how you finish. While this isn’t entirely true for games (after all, first impressions determine whether someone continues to play a game or not – Editor’s Note: I’m looking at you,

BioShock Infinite: Clash in the Clouds Review

More BioShock Infinite; Yay BioShock Infinite is a very good game. Now that I’ve got that never-been-heard-before piece of information out there, I found it kind of disappointing when I finished up 1999 Mode and was met with nothing else to do besides just play through the game again. With

Building Better Characters

I recently played through Crystal Dynamics’ Tomb Raider reboot. I was having a decent time, but after a few hours, a thought occurred to me. Tomb Raider did a lot of things right, but there was one major problem I personally had with the game. No matter how much I

The Dangers of Entitlement

The gaming industry has undergone drastic changes in the past decade. Online multiplayer has changed the way we play games forever, Western-developed games are now the leaders in innovation, and  achievements have made many of us spend hours looking for small artifacts that we wouldn’t have even cared about ten

Game of the Moment?

Looking over the landscape of the video game industry, there are always certain games that will standout upon their release. Every year you can pinpoint certain “game of the year contenders” right from their launch. This year we’ve had BioShock Infinite and most recently The Last of Us. Both are stellar

The Delicate Balance of Telling a Story

I beat BioShock Infinite earlier this week (yes, I bought it) in about a 24-hour period, stealthily avoiding spoilers beforehand until I’d found a free moment after the demands of senior year at university faded away. With two months of tantalizing build-up since the release, I went into it with

BioShock Infinite Review

BioShock Infinite is Ken Levine’s latest epic. After being announced all the way back in 2010 and after seeing multiple delays, the long-awaited spiritual successor to BioShock has finally been released. BioShock Infinite plays very similarly to its predecessor. Nearly all of the core gameplay elements in the original BioShock

Alyx Vance vs BioShock’s Elizabeth

With Sony’s and Microsoft’s new consoles launching (hopefully) by year end, it’s time to look back on some of the best moments this generation had in store for us. And what’s a better way than comparing two of the strongest female characters to come along in a long time? That’s

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