The University of Michigan has its very own Computer and Video Game Archive which offers a plethora of video games spanning the entire history of the industry.
Voice acting has become an integral part of the gaming experience. Thea explores the use of voice acting in Bioware’s Dragon Age and specifically its impact on dialogue.
Nintendo announces a special edition bundle for The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword which will include a golden Wii Motion Plus controller. Nintendo also details many of their upcoming autumn releases.
Ethos has not played his Xbox in quite some time. He was, however, invited to the annual X11 Xbox event in downtown Toronto. Did the fancy venue and rows upon rows of gaming stations sway his favour back in the 360’s direction?
Valve announces that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will use the Steamworks suite of services. Somewhere in the American South, Oliver Motok just exploded with glee (and other bodily fluids).
Some heartening news for Nintendo, as their 3DS begins to pull ahead of Sony’s PSP in the Japanese market.
Slab Bulkhead talks portals, Deimosion takes us on a walk through history, Reetin details an apology, Enrei updates us on Minecraft, Blitzmage is alarmed about exclusivity, and Lusipurr announces a price point. Also, Extra Life donations take off!
Following the video game explosion that was Penny Arcade Expo 2011, Biggs sorts through to find the gems of the convention, some predictable while others entirely unexpected.
An icon departs Castle Lusipurr, making room for new blood and a fresh approach.
SiliconNoob places the PAX line-up under the microscope, and notes some potential highlights of the expo.