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  • Ray Ivey and friends spontaneously turn a single-player game into a group effort
    I generally think of adventure games as solo affairs.  Usually.  Most of the time when I’m playi
    02/02/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Ray Ivey has been harassed by too many relentlessly respawning enemies
    I’m sorry Zelda, but we have to break up. And before you get upset, let me assure you, it’s not
    01/17/13 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Five big ones that got away, and signaled the end of an era in adventure gaming
    The Egyptians left the great pyramids at Giza, the Mayans left Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan. But
    12/15/12 | Editorial | by Greg Collins
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  • A good friend pays tribute to a staunch supporter and great advocate of the adventure game genre/community and a wonderful human being
    I knew Randy Sluganski by reputation long before I knew him personally. I was a reviewer at another
    11/09/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Ray Ivey keeps us in suspense no longer
        Quick trivia question: What’s the most successful gaming platform of all time? Nope, not
    10/04/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Once upon a time, as old fairy tales and fables begin, very many early computer Quest/Adventures games, the only genre dealt with in this article, included a numeric-counter indicating progress.
    Once upon a time, as old fairy tales and fables begin, very many early computer Quest/Adventures gam
    07/10/12 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Intrepid reporter Ray Ivey gives us the lowdown on E3 2012
    Well, my feet are still recovering from the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo, but my fingers are s
    06/28/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Ray, a longtime fan of the Final Fantasy series, wonders how FFXIII went so wrong
      I’ve played a lot of Final Fantasy. Not everything in the canon, but I’ve done pretty wel
    06/20/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • After having played the first Quest for Glory years ago, Ray ponders tackling the other four games in the series
      Quest for Glory was already an old series when I became a serious gamer. The fifth and final
    06/14/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Nine game projects Ray Ivey would most like to see Kickstartered
        Fads can be fun:  flash crowds, hula-hoops, Rubik’s Cube, cocaine.  Fads can be silly: 
    05/18/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Ray Ivey gets both Just Adventure and himself excited about the upcoming release of Diablo 3.
      I loved Diablo. I loved Diablo II. And like many other gamers, I’m eager to get my hands on
    05/11/12 | Editorial | by Ray Ivey
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  • Editorial
    Ou know, I take up the banner for Her Interactive so often that you would be forgiven for thinking I’m on their payroll. But I’m not. I’m just some poor schmuck (both literally and figuratively) with a big mouth.
    In the March 2009 issue of PC Gamer, in the midst of their annual ‘Let’s suck-up and bestow awar
    03/05/09 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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  • Editorial
    Games Radar, a site owned by parent company Future plc, is yet another in a long line of internet game sites that imagine themselves as cutting-edge because a) they said so and b) they post controversial articles designed to get a rise.
    The Future plc portfolio is comprised of over 100 magazines and 70 websites such as PC Gamer, Ninten
    07/29/08 | Editorial | by Randy Sluganski
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