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Freedom of speech? Bah! Who wants that? Games are clearly rotting humanity’s collective eternal soul and must be banned accordingly. The following collection of violent, titillating titles have offended censors all over the world. Some have been beaten to death by the banning bat for their gory deaths, others for displaying acts of girl-on-girl action, while one was even banned for having a two-headed cow. Really, just what is this
Ever-ready to cut through critical bias and drummed-up presale data, Raptr has released its Raptr Report for 2011, with data on which games commanded the most player attention. The report breaks the year's releases down into categories, calculating total playtime by Raptr's 10+ million users over launch month, per-player launch-week playtime and launch-month session length. There's a few surprises in there, but the list's two standouts are both November releases...
Abe Lincoln. Charles Darwin. Edge. Between them they’ve mastered the realms of politics, science and writing about overweight Italian plumbers. And, more importantly than any of that, they’re now all 200. Yep, the long-running and respected games mag has just reached its 200th issue, celebrating the landmark event by publishing 200 unique covers.
So if you’re mad for Master Chief, delirious over Deus Ex or want to dip
FIFA Soccer 2012, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Superbrothers: Sword and Sorcery EP were the top honorees during the 3rd Annual Canadian Videogame Awards. Celehbrate your favorite developer from the Great White North with the complete winners list...
Schedules confirmed for Kirby Epic Yarn, Donkey Kong Country Returns, GoldenEye and more...
Sticking a spiteful fork in all the heinous crap that ensued in 2010, our Anti Awards recapped, another TDar playlet, plus we’re taking your phone calls and song requests...
Tokyo Game Show might be looming just over the horizon, but not all the interesting developments on the Japanese side of the games industry are coming out of a packed-to-the-brim Tokyo Bay convention center. Earlier this month, the annual CEDEC conference was held in Yokohama, Japan. CEDEC is a conference sponsored by Japan’s Consumer Entertainment Software Association (the same group that puts on TGS) and is geared heavily toward development, much like the Game Developers Conference. Unlike GDC, however, CEDEC is considerably more low-key – though that doesn’t mean that there isn’t some interesting news flowing forth from the event...
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