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MGS V: The Phantom Pain review: The Best Ending Hideo Kojima’s “Biggest Failure” Could Have Had | WP

5 days 13 hours ago - WP: “It doesn’t feel like this is over,” Big Boss says at one point in the game, “and I’ll never be whole again.” This kind of tortured melodrama f... | Review | Xbox 360

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‘Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture’ review: An arthouse movie in video game form | Washington Post

16 days 2 hours ago - “Bludgeoning a zombie with a crowbar is fun. Existentially bludgeoning an invisible zombie with an identity crisis – that’s got to be worth a pop.”... | Review | PS4

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‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ review: A game worthy of the comic book’s legacy | WP

56 days 21 hours ago - WP: " This is the first Batman game that I’ve played that feels adequate to the comic book’s legacy." (Spoilers at the source) | Review | PC

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A Final Fantasy VII remake is coming. But gaming has changed a lot in the last 18 years

75 days 12 hours ago - Square Enix will be forced to walk a fine line between drawing in younger gamers who may be turned off by “old school” mechanics, and older gamers... | Opinion piece | PS4

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‘The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D,’ an extension of a 30-year love affair

189 days 22 hours ago - Washington Post: On the scale of artistic achievement, perhaps the rarest feat a person or group can accomplish is to create a genre. Japanese game... | Opinion piece | 3DS

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Resident Evil HD review: Still suffering beautifully after all these years | WP

218 days 11 hours ago - All these years later, “Resident Evil” still works beautifully. Its sound effects, cinematic cameras, zombies, corrupt corporations, lush visuals,... | Review | PC

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Far Cry 4: Another trip into the heart of darkness | Washington Post

271 days 7 hours ago - Ubisoft’s Far Cry series marries this open-world game design to a caricature of guerrilla warfare, the improvisational aspect of which fits well... | Review | PC

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A female politician is running for office on the ‘Gamergate’ platform

299 days ago - On the eve of Election Day, Austin City Council District 6 Republican candidate Mackenzie Kelly is in the trenches. A mailer from rival Matt Sti... | News | Industry

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How some Gamergate supporters say the controversy could stop “in one week”

300 days 11 hours ago - Last week, Hayley Tsukayama wrote about the Entertainment Software Association's reaction to "Gamergate" -- the months-long culture war over gende... | Opinion piece | Culture

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“Alien: Isolation” involves more cowering than killing | WP Review

317 days 16 hours ago - If you’re the sort that believes that there is nothing strange about art making impractical demands of its audience, “Alien: Isolation” offers a gr... | Review | PC

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Inside the wildly successful, weirdly addicting ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ game app

398 days 11 hours ago - The Washington Post: Everything about the success of the wildly successful “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” game app pretty much sums up the Kardashian... | Opinion piece | iPhone

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Review: 'Child of Light' a luminous fairy tale | Washington Post‎

486 days 20 hours ago - “Child of Light” gets much right, from its charmingly pugnacious heroine to its distinctive images and music. It’s an encouraging experiment from... | Review | PC

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Microsoft is using your data to target political ads on Xbox Live

542 days 11 hours ago - Microsoft is trying to convince politicians to take out targeted ads on Xbox Live, Skype, MSN and other company platforms as midterm elections begi... | News | Xbox 360

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Spin off the Xbox? Not so fast.

565 days 4 hours ago - Now that Microsoft officially has a new chief executive, there's a lot of speculation about the future of the company and, in particular, the futur... | Opinion piece | Xbox One

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Nintendo is stuck between the past and the future of gaming

578 days 6 hours ago - Nintendo had already indicated it was disappointed with its sales earlier this month when it drastically slashed its sales outlook for the Wii U, W... | Opinion piece | Wii U

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Gabe Newell on Valve’s intimate relationship with its customers

601 days 13 hours ago - Washington Post : "Valve is one of the most successful video game companies in the world. The firm's online game distribution and multi-player p... | Interview | PC

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Gabe Newell on what makes Valve tick

604 days 14 hours ago - Washington Post - Valve is one of the most successful video game companies in the world. The firm's online game distribution and multi-player platf... | Interview | PC

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Republique Review | Washington Post

605 days 4 hours ago - A new benchmark for small-screen gaming quality. | Review | iPhone

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Xbox One: Review roundup

647 days 20 hours ago - Reviews are in on Microsoft’s Xbox One, and the verdict is that the console is a strong platform on which to bring gaming into the future. But it’s... | Article | Xbox One

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PlayStation 4 can’t play old games. But backward compatibility was just a fad

653 days 19 hours ago - Backwards compatibility has always been more of the exception than the rule when it comes to gaming consoles. And with more and more options for di... | Opinion piece | PS4

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