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  • Blog Post: Attack and Defense: Five Polarizing Games

    Yesterday's big release, Beyond: Two Souls, received a mixed reception from critics and everyday gamers. When it comes to divisive games, no one is right or wrong; different elements just have varying importance to individual players. The industry sees a handful of these polarizing titles each year... More
  • Blog Post: Former Thatgamecompany Art Director Talks The Future Of His New Development Studio

    Matt Nava used to be the art director for thatgamecompany. His artistic sensibilities set the visual tone for games like Flower and Journey. He recently left the studio in pursuit of his own game development dreams , and created Giant Squid , a small studio with a grand vision. We spoke with Nava to... More
  • Blog Post: Should You Buy Journey Collector's Edition?

    Many PlayStation 3 owners already own Journey, Flower, and Flow. Did thatgamecompany add in enough juicy extras to warrant a re-buy? First off, these three games are some of the best downloadable titles of this generation, so if you haven't played them, then stop reading this and buy this collection... More
  • Blog Post: The Essential PlayStation Network Game List

    This week we return to the essential downloadable games of this generation, shining light on the newest titles that no gamer should miss. Last year we outlined some of the best games across the life of the major console download services, with an eye towards including the important early games on the... More
  • Blog Post: NGP Wishlist

    Sony’s NGP (Next-Generation Portable) was recently announced in Tokyo with great fanfare at the PlayStation Meeting. Once unveiled, the folks at Sony broke down some of the system’s features including front and rear touch screens, two cameras for the possibility of augmented reality, dual... More
  • Blog Post: Minimalism Done Right

    Some of the most memorable titles in gaming are the ones developers strip down to the core. Even with simplistic control schemes and less emphasis on polygon counts, minimalistic games provide the type of experience that stick with you long after you put down the controller. Here are a few titles that... More
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