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PSOne Review: LSD: Dream Emulator

With news that it would soon reach the Japanese PSOne Classics store, a very odd art-based game reemerges. Read More »

Atlanta Braves Outfield Options at the Trade Deadline

The Braves are going for it all in Bobby Cox's last year as manager, so who must replace Nate McLouth? Read More »

Adidas Jabulani Ball Is All About Marketing

With each World Cup, players hate the World Cup ball more and more. What is going on here? Read More »

The Gameplay of Google Pac-Man

For the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man, Google's doodle (header) is a playable new layout of the original game. Read More »

Playstation 3 Impressions: Skate 3 Demo

The next entry in the Skate series promises cooperative gameplay and a new hardcore difficulty. Is it in the demo? Read More »

When is “Innovation” Old in Puzzle Games? The Case of Time Manipulation in Echoshift

When can we finally stop calling the same old puzzle game mechanic "innovative"? Read More »

Go: The Natural Game

Go, the world's oldest board game, is also perhaps the last that computer programs will come to conquer. Read More »

PC Game Review: VVVVVV

Have you ever played that impossible platformer I Wanna Be the Guy? It's like that, but more retro and honest. Read More »

PlayStation 3 Review: Way of the Samurai 3

This "choose-your-own-adventure" samurai beat-em-up features no end to the interesting choices available. Read More »

Book Review: Soccernomics by Simon Kuper and Stefon Szymanski

Soccer + Freakonomics = A mostly satisfying take on why the sport is the way it is Read More »