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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Trailer Review: <em>Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena</em>

Trailer Review: Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena

We've gushed about Persona 4 before. The half-RPG / half-high-school-sim was not only captivating and remarkably evocative, but it positively gushed style and flare with an exuberance that seemed almost effortless. There is, of course, one popular genre of videogames that thrives on style even more than the Japanese Role-Playing Game: the Fighting Game.

Marvel vs. Capcom. Mortal Kombat. Super Smash Bros. Soul Calibur. These are the biggest franchises in the fighting ...

Game Review: <em>El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron</em>

Game Review: El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron

Some people will tell you that El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron is a game about an ancient text of the Old Testament in which the human Enoch is tasked with bringing seven fallen angels back into the fold by the grace of God. From a story standpoint, yes, that’s true. From a design and gameplay standpoint, El Shaddai is a game about battling Photoshop filters and mashing the ...

Game Review: <em>Catherine</em>

Game Review: Catherine

There was never any doubt that Catherine would be a game rife with controversial material. The development team, best known for the Persona series of JRPGs on the Playstation 2, made waves by having the core mechanic of a previous game be forcing teenagers to simulate suicide by pointing a spirit pistol at their head and pulling the trigger to release the demon warriors trapped in their brains. While the Persona ...

Game Review: <em>de Blob 2</em>

Game Review: de Blob 2

de Blob was a breath of fresh air when it was released in 2008. A stark contrast to the drab browns and stylized ulta-violence of Grand Theft Auto and Metal Gear Solid (both of which released their fourth volumes the same year), Australian developer Blue Tongue allowed players to lead a revolution against a totalitarian dictatorship with little more than vibrant colored paint and funk music. The Wii-exclusive had 'niche' written ...

Trailer Review: <em>Okabu</em>

Trailer Review: Okabu

Just over two years ago, when the iPhone was first dipping its toes in the waters of mobile gaming, a fresh young development studio came along and released an original title that would be known as the definitive game of Apple's new device. The studio was Hand Circus. The game was Rolando. It was featured in Apple television commercials and billboards, it was praised by critics the first reason to ...

Trailer Review(s): <em>Journey</em> & <em>Soul Brother</em>

Trailer Review(s): Journey & Soul Brother

Two trailers for new games from developers I've greatly enjoyed in the past were released last week, and both were enthralling. Rather than choose one over the other, let's just look at both and smile, shall we?

thatgamecompany is prepping to release their third title for the Playstation Network (thus fulfilling the small studio's three game contract with Sony they signed fresh out of college). Journey offers two immediate differences ...