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Editorial: Why F.E.A.R. 3 scares us (or doesn't)
In an interview with Eurogamer, Day 1 Studios Art Director Heinz Schuller and lead systems designer Parker Hamilton offer some insights into the development of F.E.A.R. 3 (or F.3.A.R., which is technically its proper...
Editorial: Ten of the sickest metal songs
Winter is about to be in full swing here in San Antonio, and with winter comes cold and flu season, which has unfortunately struck this writer like an oncoming train. Fortunately, the glorious genre of heavy metal is full of...
Tribute to the Gods: Clifford Lee Burton
September 27th marks a rather dark anniversary in the metal world, because on this day in 1986, we lost one of our greatest minds, former Metallica bassist Mr. Clifford Lee Burton. Although I never knew Mr. Burton personally (after all...
Media bias: news services and their political donations
Last week began with a report that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. (Fox News, Wall Street Journal) contributed one million dollars to the Republican Governors Association. This prompted Nathan Daschle, executive director of the Democratic Governors Association and son...
Red Dead Redemption's political ambitions
Red Dead Redemption is an excellent game. Hands down it is almost a shoe in for most game of the year awards. However, one aspect of the game that is often over looked is the political messages the permeate the...
Why Kinect is too casual
Microsoft seems to be banking on the Kinect becoming a hit with the same crowd that bought the Wii. However, the Xbox 360 has built its reputation on being this generation's must have console for the core gamer...
Activision cranks up the damage control
According to the giant overlord of the game-website world (not Club Penguin, the other overlord,IGN), Activision is determined to show some community spirit after a number of controversial moves last year gave the publisher a bad wrap...
Metal opinion: Anatomy of a bad metal video
Anyone paying attention knows that thrash metal has come back in a big way over the last few years. Part of what made the original '80s bands so memorable was all the colorful and irreverent videos that crept onto outlets...
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