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Metal Gear Solid V: The Bizarre Practice of Early Reviews

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Watch the video or read the article, the choice is yours! You’re not tools of the government internet, anymore. Gone are the days when we could play a game without knowing everything about it beforehand. When my 14 year old self popped Metal Gear Solid 3 into the Playstation 2, do you know what I thought? “Damn, I can’t wait ...

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Arcade-Style Shooter Tower 57 Nearing End Of Kickstarter Campaign

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There’s less than a week to go on the Kickstarter for Tower 57, a retro top-down shooter made by German indie developer Pixwerk. The developer is asking for €45,000 but the amount pledged currently stands at a little under €37,000. Tower 57 is a twin-stick shooter – in the same vein as classics such as Smash TV, where character movement ...

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Dealing with Hate: Fallout 4 & The Future – An Interview With Matty Schroeder

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Matthew “Matty” Schroeder is a New York based, full-time YouTuber, who has been following the events and speculation leading up to the announcement of Bethesda’s upcoming Fallout 4. Over the years his channel has amassed over 160,000 subscribers and it’s still growing rapidly. But with exposure, comes trolls, big decisions and content ideas. Matty’s story truly represents devotion in the ...

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Rocket League – Best Sports Game of the Year?

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Psyonix released their long-awaited sequel to the nicely named Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battling Cars last month. The successor, Rocket League is currently dominating the gaming industry. But how can such a simple game become something so huge in such little time? At face value, Rocket League seems a little bit dumb, it’s tiny remote-control cars playing football in a little ...

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Blame, Shame & Video Games: GamerGate One Year On

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For over a year, the GamerGate consumer revolt has been making headlines from everything to small games media publications to major news stories around the world. Yet not for the reasons they would want to. A movement born out of frustration over a conflict of interest between Kotaku writer, Nathan Grayson, and an indie dev turned anti-abuse advocate Zoe Quinn back ...

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Scholars Around The World Speak Out In Defense Of Video Games

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It’s safe to say that every time we hear of a survey conducted on video games – more specifically, the nature of this particular branch of entertainment and its possible, adverse effects (if any) on us – it’s often led up with negative connotations and claims that it can instill aggression, violence…and often be a primary source of some of ...

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Is Lara Croft’s Character Taken For Granted? (Video)

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Watch the video or read the article, the choice is yours! I’ve been a big fan of Lara Croft since Tomb Raider first hit the shelves in 1996 but more recently I’ve noticed an alarming number of articles hinting that Lara is part of the problem of the male demographic dominating gaming. This Shortlist article I came across on the ...

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Hitman Closed Alpha: A Mixed Affair On PC

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Videos and footage of the closed alpha testing of the new, upcoming Hitman game (easily-titled simply Hitman) have been uploaded to the web by a myriad of players over the past couple of days. It goes without saying, for those who hoped IO Interactive & Square Enix would offer unto us a scorcher of a Hitman game for PC as ...

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Should YOU Study Game Design?

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The short answer to that question is yes. Yes, you should. About a month ago, before I started writing for GamesNosh, I finished a college course studying game design. One of the things I’ve taken away from it is something that I think more fans of gaming should know; if you want to make games, it is much easier to ...

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