Monthly Archives: June 2012

No Bosses?

Check out this article from the Wall Street Journal about companies like video game industry favorite Valve Corporation that function without bosses and managers! Advertisements

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Okami HD Coming to PSN This Fall

The Nintendo Wii doesn’t have a lot to brag about outside of first-party IP, but Okami, originally on PS2, was definitely a standout title in the console’s early days. Though it wasn’t perfect, suffering as many games have from the … Continue reading

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Lolliopop Chainsaw – “Zombies taste like chainsaw death!”

As any college-level English class veteran will tell you, it doesn’t matter what Steinbeck or Milton or even Dante for that matter intended to convey when they wrote their respective masterpieces. Even if they were just writing a fun story, … Continue reading

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100,000 Strong for TimeSplitters 4

While I doubt that a strong response from this effort will garner much attention, it’s worth putting the link out there. In recent interviews, Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli has firmly stated that there isn’t a future for the TimeSplitters series, … Continue reading

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Catherine

Platform: PS3*/Xbox 360 Genre: Puzzle Players: 1 ESRB: Blood, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Alcohol, Violence Atlus’s title “Catherine” is making strides for the content of video games. Amid your Isaac Clarkes fighting aliens, your Soaps shooting … Continue reading

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Moving On Up

Hey readers, Heads up – Musings on Gaming is slowly beginning a transition to WordPress. Twitter followers and Facebook friends – the mere fact you’re here means you’re already aware and gives you a heads-up to some of the cool … Continue reading

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The Game-Changer

In Barnes and Noble, I came across “Castle in the Mist”, a novelization of the critically acclaimed Sony title “Ico”. This struck me as odd. I picked up the book and gave it a once over, and after a couple of pages, sure, it … Continue reading

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