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  • On what would have been Randy Sluganski's 59th birthday, Ray reminisces about their friendship
    If you’re like me1, one of the biggest delights of any friendship is the likes and hates you share
    04/26/15 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • In the final installment of his E3 report, Ray discusses a great game, discovers a big game-related blunder in the LA Times and engages in some silliness
    Dragon Age Returns!! My final Top Five Best of Show game is one I’ve been looking forward to for
    07/05/14 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • A continuation of Ray Ivey's adventures at this year's at E3, featuring two more picks for the Top Five Best in Show
    This penultimate installment of my annual E3 report features two of my picks for Top Five Best in Sh
    07/03/14 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • In the second of several installments, Ray plays pinball, fights nasties to the strains of classical music, engages in brutal combat amid pastoral and urban beauty, checks out a JRPG and plays Final Fantasy characters while listening to Final Fantasy music
    Coolest Weird Idea:  Rollers of the Realm I spied the next one of Top Five Best in Show titles dur
    06/20/14 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Greg Collins takes us on a journey through the wilds of emulation as he attempts to get some older adventure games up and running
    I came to adventure games late. I missed the entire Infocom text adventure era and most of the Lucas
    06/18/14 | Editorial | by Greg Collins
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  • In the first of several installments, Ray Ivey shares his impressions of the Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers remake, Quest for Infamy and the Oculus Rift, from "the annual orgy of promotion and glitz known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo"
    SO I just spent most of last week at the annual orgy of promotion and glitz known as the Electronic
    06/16/14 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • An important topic for all gamers is the issue of women in gaming. The NYU Game Center recently hosted an event with noted female gamers Seltzer, Hafu, and Persia.
    The topic of women in gaming has been a source of controversy for years, and continues to raise conf
    05/17/14 | Editorial | by David Kim
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  • Ray Ivey plays Bad Game-Good Game, with this obviously being the good one
    Part One: How to Design a Bad Game: I Am Alive by Ray Ivey In Part One of this series, we examined
    04/16/14 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Ray Ivey tells us why this game is "as fun as drinking a nice hot cup of lard"
    Part Two: How to Make a Good Game: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons by Ray Ivey There’s doing it wron
    04/14/14 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Guise of the Wolf from indie developer FUN Creator released today. First-person, action adventure game for the PC.
    Medievalists and werewolf fans might want to consider checking out this new release - Guise of the W
    01/25/14 | Editorial | by David Kim
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  • Brad Kane writes about what he considers to be "one of the most stunning moments in videogame history"
    It’s cold, and snow falls in flurries. You run, like you always do, because time is of the essence
    11/24/13 | Editorial | by Just Adventure
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  • Can the new console wars start?
    After many months of waiting, and a week after the PlayStation 4’s release, the Xbox One from Mi
    11/22/13 | Editorial | by Scott Alan
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  • When Our Stupid Aging Bodies Betray Us and Try to Force Us to Stop Playing Games
      Oh, The PainI once told the IT Director at a firm I where I was teaching that I was a gamer. 
    11/20/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • The PlayStation 4 is here, are you ready?
    Sony’s PlayStation 4 is now here in North America. Last night, huddled together in one snaking lin
    11/15/13 | Editorial | by Karla Munger
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  • No 3D Blu-ray capability for the new next generation consoles at launch.
    Blu-ray aficionados that are expecting to put on their 3-D glasses and watch a blockbuster hit jump
    11/14/13 | Editorial | by Scott Alan
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  • Hear the new voice of the Joker. Troy Baker - the new Joker - at NY Comic-Con.
    What makes a good game great?  Oftentimes its attention to details, like voice acting, that will t
    10/21/13 | Editorial | by Karla Munger
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  • A retrospective by Brad Kane
    Once upon a time, in a land called Daventry, a humble knight with a feather in his cap set out to
    10/02/13 | Editorial | by Karla Munger
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  • Steam is looking to break into the living room PC market with a new OS, new machine, and new controllers.
    The OS The Valve Corporation launched Steam more than ten years ago to much acclaim (and grumbling
    10/02/13 | Editorial | by Scott Alan
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  • This Week’s Game Money Matters…and Why They Matter
    I’m not exactly a financially savvy person, but this week I haven’t been able to avoid thinkin
    09/27/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Windows 8 and how you can make it work for you.
    We've all been there. A shiny new version of Windows and a library of old and/or archaic games that
    08/28/13 | Editorial | by Just Adventure
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  • Welcome to our new site! We’re pretty excited about it and we think you will be to. Let me go over a few key features.
    Welcome to our new site! We’re pretty excited about it and we think you will be to. Let me go ove
    07/25/13 | Editorial | by Scott Alan
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  • Ray wraps up his coverage of E3 2013
    The games in this edition of my 2013 E3 Report are not for the faint of heart!  In addition to bein
    06/30/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Zoe and Kian return in a long-awaited sequel, Sherlock Holmes returns to solve more crimes, and a game full of shadows that's set in the 1920s
    The story so far:  The dual themes of this year’s E3 coverage are Shadows and Special Powers.  T
    06/23/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Fun with Ray and Jane, and a game that's full of rain
    From Jane Jensen:  Moebius There are two themes running through my favorite games at E3 this year:
    06/18/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Editorial
    Is patience the best virtue over using a guide and giving up the challenge?
    The first adventure games I played, back in 1999, were Myst and Riven. I only threw Myst into the CD
    06/17/13 | Editorial | by Greg Collins
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  • A book review by Ray Ivey. You remember books, don't you? Well, this one's related to gaming!
      Book Review: Reality is Broken by Jane McGonigal   The author just comes right out and says
    06/17/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Ray Ivey reports goings-on from the first day of E3
    As I drove downtown this morning, I reflected on how lucky I am that E3 is in Los Angeles every year
    06/12/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • When tribe-hungry Ray finds himself without a tribe, he lands in World of Warcraft where his tribal needs are, once again, satisfied
       I must be tribal by nature.  I’ve always enjoyed doing things in a group.&nbs
    04/16/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • It blows...it sucks...it reeks
    NOTE:  My apologies for the blatant overuse of ALL CAPS in this piece.  When I get this angry, t
    04/16/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Continuing in the curmudgeonly style he first revealed in a recent rant against Samsung Customer Service, Ray takes on some major game companies
      1. Sony and Blizzard.Almost three years ago I began making the following prediction about Bliz
    04/11/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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