Posts Tagged ‘Video Games

You know what really grinds my gears?

May 5, 2010

By Hans Wuerflein Videogame blogs.  They really don’t have any sort of copy editing, do they?  (This one included.) And someone is finally doing something about it!  Well, writing a blog pointing out the mistakes anyway. , listed here by its URL because I doubt The O’Colly’s guidelines would let me write out the […]

Organization critical of gaming to shut doors

December 20, 2009

By Hans Wuerflein One of the most prominent, but usually reasonable critics of the video game industry will shut its doors for good next week. The National Institute on Media & the Family, most famous for their annual “report cards” on the industry, is the latest victim of our current, less than sunny economic climate. […]

Another reason you should be glad to live in the US

October 6, 2009

By Hans Wuerflein Venezuela is considering a ban on “violent” video games and toys.  A law in Venezuela’s National Assembly would ban the “manufacture, importation, distribution, sales and use of violent video games and bellicose toys.” Before I get into that though, I just want to point out that I cringed when I read that […]

Team Fortress 2

September 28, 2009

(PC, XBox 360, and Playstation 3 – Reviewed on XBox 360) By – ‘Tiger’ Oliver Pros: Awesome multiplayer game Controls like Half-Life 2 & Left 4 Dead Despite the age, still many playing it Cons: Worthless if you don’t have internet or multiplayer Controls too much like Half-Life 2 & Left 4 Dead First-time gamers […]

Beautiful Katamari

September 20, 2009

(Exclusively for XBox 360) By – ‘Tiger’ Oliver Pros First Katamari game for XBox 360 First game in series to support High-Definition graphics C’mon, it’s Katamari Damacy, what’s not to love?! Cheap price Cons DLC only adds level support – at 200 Microsoft Points a pop Controls are a tad confusing for first-time players Although […]