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MMO Week in Review: Doom and gloom {Massively}

Mar 4th 2012 9:32PM @potaco I agree with Potaco. MMOs are not shutting down or downsizing their workforce in fear of Guild Wars 2. If anything, I bet you'll see a lot of them schedule a big exciting content update for release in the same month as GW2.

'Fable Heroes' revealed by Xbox Live Marketplace {Joystiq}

Mar 4th 2012 9:28PM What's happening to this franchise?

No Violence Necessary: The case for The Sims as a role-playing game {Joystiq}

Mar 2nd 2012 6:53PM I've always loved The Sims. There are a lot of different ways to play it. Sure, there are those who seemingly only bought the game so they could drown and starve their Sims, but there are plenty of other ways to play it.

Some people just love creating grand mansions and hotels and shopping areas. Others enjoy letting their Sims run free with minimal guidance, and see what they get up to. Some like to min-max the game, creating the optimal family with the optimal house, optimizing the amount of footsteps from toilet to bed to refrigerator to save precious time.

I played it like a role-playing game. I created a bachelor Sim and controlled only him. He got married and had a child, but I never gave them any orders. This invariably led to a series of hilarious situations, as the AI in the first Sims game was awful. I was the one sane man in the world, while everyone around me urinated themselves and fell asleep while standing in the kitchen.

Sony patents filed for Kinect-like PS Eye camera, backwards compatibility adapter {Joystiq}

Feb 21st 2012 11:04PM Do people actually buy all these gadgets and add-ons for their home consoles? Nearly all the highly-anticipated games that have come out recently or are coming out this year are basic, controller-in-your-hands games. Is the target audience for these motion-gaming gimmicks all casuals? Are there really so many of them? Where are they hiding?

MMO Week in Review: Necronews {Massively}

Feb 19th 2012 9:17PM @Traptz Tons of hype always means a game will be good. Just look at TOR!

Fallout 3 and Oblivion unite in double pack on April 3 {Joystiq}

Feb 17th 2012 3:12PM It'd probably be a better deal to buy the GOTY editions separately for just ten more dollars.

The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom is today's Steam Daily Deal {Joystiq}

Feb 12th 2012 4:39PM I highly recommend this game, most of all for its amazing soundtrack.

Dragon Age: Redemption hits DVD on Felicia Day; er, Valentine's Day {Joystiq}

Feb 6th 2012 7:09PM Directed by Uwe Boll. Music by Lana Del Rey.

Study links MMOs to 'problem' game-playing {Massively}

Feb 3rd 2012 10:28AM So, according to their study, only a very small number of obscure game genres cause addition.

These include: FPS, action-adventure, RPG, and card/puzzle games.

Phew, let's just get rid of those and play racing games all day long.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning locks out questline via online pass [update: 38 Studios and EA respond] {Joystiq}

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