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Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Future of e-Sports: Boom or Bust?

February 28, 2013 |

The last 3 years have seen e-sports rise from a dying industry, to an incredibly lucrative form of entertainment.  Since the release of Starcraft 2 in the summer of 2010 e-sports has grown in ways that long time fans could … Read More

In-Depth Review of Proteus with Developer Interview

February 28, 2013 |

This week I bit off a little chunk of what indie games are all about in the form of a game known as Proteus. It has been labeled as a casual game or an auditory and visual journey and it … Read More

Bientot l’ete Review

February 27, 2013 |



A simple word that defines human interaction. The emotions that go along with such an act are perhaps what we are all searching for at some point in our lives. These feeling can manifest themselves in all parts … Read More

God of War: Ascension single-player demo launched on PlayStation

February 27, 2013 |

PlayStation Network has announced the God of War: Ascension demo is now available to download and play in single-player mode. The 3740MB demo from Sony Computer Entertainment and SCE Santa Monica Studio is titled “Prison of the Damned.” You can … Read More

The World of Map Games

February 27, 2013 | | One Comment


What is the first thing you think when you look at a map or globe? Is it a fantastic story rushing through your head of world conquest? I hope you said yes but if you didn’t then allow … Read More

Activision & Bungie officially announce ‘Destiny’

February 18, 2013 |


What do you get when you partner two monster game companies like Activision (Call of Duty) and Bungie (Halo)? You get a sci-fi epic called Destiny. According to a joint press release today, Destiny is a first-person story that takes place in an “unfolding, cinematic universe.” There’s also a social element to the game, in which you may encounter other players on their own adventures while you’re in story mode. The epic takes place in the distant future where gamers play as Guardians of the last city on Earth, traveling the ruins of our solar system. Gameplay includes cooperative, competitive, public, and social activities that are all connected. Read More

Second Opinion: Antichamber

February 14, 2013 |

Never have I shouted so many mental obscenities while playing a game that was working the way it was supposed to.  Maybe I’m just upset at myself that it took me 13 hours to finish Alexander Bruce’s indie masterpiece, … Read More

Antichamber Review

February 14, 2013 |

//A matter of perspective

By: Jordan Happach

The way we view the world is the culmination of our experiences and feelings which we have grown and become attached to as we grow older. As we see patterns over the course … Read More

Games on the Rise: Race the Sun

February 13, 2013 |

(Video preview by Official Stuff Plus)


As an industry veteran at Raven Software, Aaron San Filippo had worked on a number of AAA titles including (but not limited to) Singularity, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Call of Duty: Modern … Read More

The Best, Weirdest, and Worst Voice Acting in Games: 2012 Edition

February 8, 2013 |

The past year was pivotal for games in a number of ways.  Indie development continues to grow, opening up new experiences to a wider audience.  Games have started to make us think, bringing out emotional gameplay that has never been … Read More