Electronic Arts will be releasing Army of Two: The 40th Day in January. However, potential game customers can get in the game early.....not by playing, but by creating. The game has a custom uniform and armor creator, which allows players to create their own look, and then play with the custom duds on... Continue Reading →
On last week's Lib4Dead Game club post, several folks commented that it would be nice to have a Facebook group to meet other gaming librarians and coordinate times and games to play. Well ask and ye shall receive. I've just created the Librarian Gamers' Group on Facebook. Here's the description: If you're a librarian,... Continue Reading →
"I had a ridiculous amount of fun. That was my first online co-op gaming experience, and I can't wait for the next one." Last night Chad (the other one), Toby, and I got together via Xbox Live to play Left 4 Dead. We had a blast, and we want to let you in on the... Continue Reading →
Last Christmas, I put a request in to Santa, or rather, my Mom. I asked her to get my brother and I each an Xbox 360 for Christmas. My brother and I pitched the idea to her mostly as a way for us to play together online and have something in common. ... Continue Reading →
I'll admit it that even though I have a pathetically low gamerscore, I'm looking forward to collecting more achievements while playing games on my XBOX 360. However, some achievements are not even worth the effort, as this post from GameLemon demonstrates. All the cheering and joy was suffice it to say, instantly diminished, when... Continue Reading →
GameSetWatch - Column: 'Diamond in the Rough' : Caring About The Prince. A good review of the Prince of Persia, a game that I am currently playing. The game has received a lot of flack in the gaming press for being too easy, but this article begs to differ: This Prince of Persia is... Continue Reading →
Telling stories: Balancing gameplay v. narrative - Joystiq. Joystiq asks several game developers the question of how important a strong narrative is in a videogame.