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The Stick of Truth - An Ideal Blueprint for Licensed Games
South Park: The Stick of Truth proves that in the right hands, a quality licensed game can be made out of something like a TV show.
Why Sales Figures Matter
Daniel uncovers the reasons why we shouldn't be so dismissive of sales numbers in the games industry
Is Nintendo Right to Release SSB on 3DS Before Wii U?
Why has Nintendo decided to release the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. before Wii U?
Analyzing Square-Enix's Vow to Return to Making Games for Core Fans
Square-Enix President Yosuke Matsuda has decided that appealing to existing fans should once again come first.
Top 5 Games of April
Top 5 Games of April
Seven Steps to a Terrible Let's Play
A handy how-to guide for making a terrible Let's Play video
Top 6 Games to Watch Out for From EGX Rezzed 2014
Daniel Shares some of the games that peaked his interest at this years EGX Rezzed 2014
Why Gamers Aren't
Daniel looks at some of the recent controversies, and why gamers are justified in their outrage
Could Facebook Bring About a Glorious VR Future?
Let's celebreate like it's 2024!
Hollywood, Please Stop Adapting Video Games into Film
Hollywood has been making film adaptations of video games since 1989. Its time to stop.
Gayming: The Under-representation of Gay Characters in Video Games
A look at the representation of gay characters in gaming's past, present, and possible future
Club Nintendo - Undervalued and Unappreciated
Club Nintendo is a free reward service for Nintendo consumers that has been under-appreciated by some fans.
An Addiction to Video Games?
A look at the addictive quality of video games
Why Developers Pull the Wool over our Eyes
With the recent controversy over Watch Dogs’ new reveal trailer, Daniel looks at why this happens in the industry.
Top 5 Games of March
Top 5 Games of March