In the spirit of blatant untimeliness, Riddles gives his personal year-in-review of the year 2011, as pertains to gaming. So three months ago, right?
Riddles emerges from his cavern of cold hate to feign optimism for his return to editorials. Join him as he attempts to provide a belated counterpoint to his list of things that suck about modern gaming.
Today, Oliver talks about some conventions of modern gaming that, perhaps, we were all better off without.
Oliver reviews the latest chapter in Sony’s epic action franchise, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. Does it manage to deliver on the same terrific level as Uncharted 2?
On a rainy day in Murfreesboro, Riddles finds himself longing for the days of his youth. Join him, sympathize, and tell him everything will be fine.
Oliver delves back into the world of Shadow of the Colossus by means of the recently released Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection. Is a return journey worth your time, and does the HD facelift do the game justice? Find out inside.
Oliver has been spending time with LoadinGames’ browser-based RPG Misfortune. Does it manage to stand out from standard browser-based fare? Read his preview to find out.
Oliver discusses the growing trend of publishers opting for safe shots and easy money, thus forgoing and discouraging innovation.
Riddles reviews Housemarqe’s gorgeous and immersive side-scrolling action puzzler, Outland. Find out if the game is more than just a pretty picture.
Loathe as they are to admit it, Nintendo’s handheld business is being undercut by the advent of easily accessible and inexpensive smartphone games. With that in mind, Riddles wonders how long Nintendo can maintain premium prices on handheld software.