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  • Blog Post: Is Knights Of The Fallen Empire The Star Wars RPG You’ve Been Waiting For?

    Given the years that have passed since Star Wars: the Old Republic launched, the arrival of a solo-focused, mostly standalone campaign expansion for the game seems like an odd choice. But it’s an intriguing approach to keeping the community engaged. In most of the ways that matter, Knight of the... More
  • Blog Post: Do Updates Change Games For The Better?

    It used to be that once a developer released a game it was finished. No matter how much a developer wanted to continue working on the title, the game was done. NES titles from 30 years ago play exactly the same today as they did when they first hit store shelves. Today’s gaming world is not nearly... More
  • Blog Post: Game Accessibility: Five Games That Get It Right

    In my previous articles I established what game accessibility is and what developers need to do to achieve it . Now it’s time to look at a few examples of games that are already incredibly accessible. These five recent games all set the standard for what accessibility should look like in their... More
  • Blog Post: Reiner And Phil Play Star Wars: The Old Republic

    We're back! For the first Reiner and Phil video of 2012, we give an action-packed, near-hour-long tour of the gigantic MMO Reiner and I spent most of our holiday break playing. Take a look at some of the random quests, conversations, and space battles available for my level 34 Imperial Agent. When... More
  • Blog Post: Storytelling In Star Wars: The Old Republic

    Perhaps you’re like us. You know The Old Republic is coming, and it sounds like it could be pretty exciting. The massively multiplayer mindset behind World of Warcraft wedded to the choices and story components of a BioWare RPG – not a bad mix. But how will the company that brought us Mass... More
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