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The Stanley Parable: A Case for Self-Censorship

The content and views set out in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of Gamers Association As many of you know, there’s recently been a controversy brewing around the excellent PC game The Stanley Parable. First, a little background information. The

The Issue: EA Isn’t the Worst, We May Be

The Issue is where I get to lay it all out. A place where I can speak honestly, all opinions. I’ll take some recent news and examine it for what’s really there. Sometimes you’ll agree and other times you’ll hate-spam me. Regardless, this is the news and this is The Issue.

We Can Rebuild Him

After spending last week’s column destroying half of your childhood by revealing Mario’s true colors, my first thought was to spend this week destroying the other half: Sonic the Hedgehog. But after doing the research and giving it some extra consideration, I realized that a much bigger problem plagues Mr.

Updating the Start to Crate Review System

I recently published an article about Code of Princess. Within it, I briefly mentioned an incredibly old, incredibly iconic parody review system set down by the site Old Man Murray. Dating myself, it was penned in 2000 and is still relevant today even though the site hasn’t posted for over

The Issue: Blizzard Forgot to Care

The Issue is where I get to lay it all out. A place where I can speak honestly, all opinions. I’ll take some recent news and examine it for what’s really there.  Sometimes you’ll agree and other times you’ll hate-spam me. Regardless, this is the news and this is The Issue.

Assassin’s Creed: It’s Time To Kill The Animus

(This editorial contains spoilers for the Assassin’s Creed franchise.) Since the inception of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise, the Animus has been at the heart of the series. The Animus has turned Desmond Miles from an ordinary bartender to a man determined to save the world. The Animus has allowed Desmond to

Confession: I Don’t Hate Nintendo

Ever since Super Mario “Marvel as My Creators Stop Giving Any Degree of Crap in Three Spectacular Dimensions” 3D Land, I’ve held a certain animosity toward Nintendo. It just got under my skin how they were able to make the same game over and over again and still have some

Why Can’t We All Have Fun?

I had an unsettling amount of anxiety when I sat down to see The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey yesterday. College had absorbed my attention for too long and allowed this release to sneak up on me, yet the most startling surprise arose from the middling reviewer response across the vast

The Issue: Pew-Pew, The Fifth Wall

The Issue is where I get to lay it all out.  A place where I can speak honestly, all opinions.  I’ll take some recent news and examine it for what’s really there.  Sometimes you’ll agree and other times you’ll hate-spam me.  Regardless, this is the news and this is The Issue.

Skylanders Smells Like Dirty DLC

I reviewed Skylanders Giants two weeks back and, to my pleasant surprise, I rather enjoyed it. That said, the most monumental Miss tied to the toy-crazy experience came from the physical characters themselves…and it struck me as somewhat slimy. And not the fun-and-games ’90s Nickelodeon variety, either, but a more

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