As you read this, I am likely still at a Renaissance Faire. I can tell you are really envious. Why don't you stay sunburn and turkey-leg free and read this edition of the Community Spotlight, instead?
In Response To Call of Duty: The End of a Love Affair
By Michael Lenoch
A few spotlights ago I featured Dan Garofalo's story about his falling out with Call of Duty. Michael takes that article and responds to it section by section as he recounts his experiences with the series and the changes Modern Warfare brought about.
Capcom's Super Street Fighter 4 Event Was Almost Perfect
By Paul Gale
Capcom recently threw a spectacular event for the launch of Super Street Fighter 4 and Paul was there in his Ryu gear. While he shares his pictures and the good times he had, the event did not go entirely as planned. Thieves made off with several pieces of video equipment, including recorded footage that would later be used in a documentary. That's pretty low….
30 Days of RPG May 2010
By Jeremy Signor
Not a lot is happening in the world of RPGs this month, but Jeremy rounds up the releases. Hexyz Force is really quite spectacular, but don't let my experience with the game pre-launch keep you from reading Jeremy's take on it.
Choosing Your Genre
By Ernie Miller
Choosing the right game to please a crowd or yourself is sometimes challenging. Do you want to play an RPG, a 3rd-person action game , or a shooter? Ernie outlines the various situations in which we game and offers a few tips on how to appeal to a group or get the most out of a single-player RPG.
Is Sony Finally Winning the Console War?
By Gabriel Shelnutt
The PlayStation 3 definitely had a rocky start early in its lifespan but that seems to be changing. With a wealth of quality console exclusives hitting the scene and customer-pleasing price drops, the PS3 just might pull ahead in the war against the 360.
GamesBeat 2014 — VentureBeat’s sixth annual event on disruption in the video game market — is coming up on Sept 15-16 in San Francisco. Purchase one of the first 50 tickets and save $400!