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The Playlist: May

The Playlist: May

The termostat wasn't the only thing heating up this month. There's been a steady stream of awesome all May long. We've been so busy with all the amazing that May brings, we didn't even have time to update this very site! We're hoping the Summer allows us some more downtime (not likely) but for now, this last playlist of Spring should keep the party train rolling along!

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Trailer Review: <em>The Unfinished Swan</em>

Trailer Review: The Unfinished Swan

With the onset of 3D graphics in computer games of the 1990s, the dominant perspective of mainstream gaming steadily transitioned from side-scrolling to first-person. Point-and-click adventures like Myst were early successes, but shooters like Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Marathon challenged the entire gaming landscape, transforming the community as we knew it. Without the onset of the PC first-person-shooter (FPS), we might still have big launches for Sonic the Hedgehog instead ...

Indie Game Spotlight: <em>NoNoSparks Genesis</em>

Indie Game Spotlight: NoNoSparks Genesis

Nonograms are a niche form of logic puzzle that, remarkably, still haven't found the sort of widespread mainstream embrace that sudoku and kenken puzzles have. We say "remarkably" because, as those who've been exposed to nonograms are well aware, nonograms are awesome. The majority of gamers who've grown smitten with these graphic-logic puzzles know them but slightly more informal name: Picross — combining the concepts of "pictures" with "crossword" puzzles and ...

Carnet de Voyage: <em>Journey</em>

Carnet de Voyage: Journey

thatgamecompany have rapidly driven to the forefront of the games-as-art movement. Jenova Chen and company produced impressive and unique PC games in the form of Cloud and fl0w before being picked up by Sony for a three-game exclusive contract for the Playstation 3, a mutually-beneficial relationship that will likely someday be seen as one of the great cornerstone moments in the history of indie games. The first two games—an ...

Game Review: <em>Rhythm Heaven Fever</em>

Game Review: Rhythm Heaven Fever

You are a boy meeting up with a cute girl after school. Maybe she likes you. Oh wait, there's a boy gopher hanging out nearby and he's trying to impress a lady gopher! Oh no, all the afterschool sports teams are playing now, too, and they keep kicking their balls near your double date! You'd better kick those balls away so maybe both you and the boy gopher can get ...

Hey! Listen! — <em>Da Chip vol. II</em>

Hey! Listen! — Da Chip vol. II

Daft Punk changed the landscape of electronic music so drastically that it's hard to imagine modern dance music or club culture without Daft Punk. Everything that came after the debut of Daft Punk has been in some way indebted to the robotic French duo of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo. Sometimes artists feel it only appropriate to pay homage to their idols in their own works as a ...

First Impressions: <em>Sound Shapes</em>

First Impressions: Sound Shapes

We were fortunate enough to attend a Sony Playstation showcase shortly before the holidays and get some hands-on time with a number of upcoming Playstation 3 and Vita titles. It was our first time really experiencing the upcoming portable gaming powerhouse and were curious how all those impressive tech specs would feel in our hands. A solid showing of launch-window games were on display and while we were happy to see ...

Game Review: <em>Pushmo</em>

Game Review: Pushmo

Nintendo had a bit of a tough time in 2011. Having absolutely redefined what it meant to be a "gamer" with the crossover mega-sensations of the DS and Wii, both platforms were clearly on their last legs and first-party software development had moved along to their successors, causing a drought of worthwhile gaming experiences from the company that practically invented the modern videogame. New hardware is always exciting, but the 3DS ...

The Top 10 Videogames of 2011

The Top 10 Videogames of 2011

Sometimes it's hard to remember all the things that happen in a set period of time. It wasn't until a few weeks ago when we started discussing nominees for our top videogames of the year list that we and our colleagues realized that 2011 was a ridiculous year for games. Big action AAA gamers had new Battlefield, Gears of War, Assassin's Creed, Deus Ex, Batman, Uncharted, Elder Scrolls, and Modern Warfare ...

Spoiler Alert!

Spoiler Alert!

More often than not these days, excellent media is defined by the surprises packed along the way, most commonly as twist endings. Let's blame Shyamalan. Not all of them are good (let's once again blame Shyamalan), but some of them are absolutely jaw-droppingly wild. Here are the surprise endings of 2011 that kept us talking about them all year long.

It should kind of go without saying, but spoilers ahead. If ...