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by Nickolai Niver | February 13, 2015
Evolve hasn’t been out for 72 hours yet and gamers have already decided to make it public enemy number 1. This is thanks to the umbrella claim of “2K charging full price for an incomplete game, as well as for DLC that should have been included with the original purchase.” After hearing this, and knowing my pre-order was still sitting at Gamestop, I decided to do some research before picking it up and paying off the game. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 21, 2015
So far we’ve told you what to do in San Antonio as well as where to eat and drink while at PAX South. Now we have a few quick tips for those traveling to our great city. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 20, 2015
We're less than a week from PAX South and everyone here is excited. Not only is one of the biggest gaming events coming to our home city of San Antonio, but we're going to have our own panel. [read more]

by Emily Rodriguez | January 20, 2015
If there’s two things San Antonians know, it’s good food and drinks. Although the city is the Tex-Mex capital of the world, San Antonio offers a wide range of food from classic Mexican to Japanese. Dowtown San Antonio has it all, and to save you some time, we have a few places to eat and drink that the locals head to when they're downtown. [read more]

by Johnny Rodriguez | January 17, 2015
Nintendo’s first direct of 2015 was a big one, with announcements that both casual and hardcore gamers alike will enjoy. [read more]

by Emily Rodriguez | January 14, 2015
Come for the convention, stay for the attractions. Gamers can find their fun away from PAX South within a few miles or even a few blocks of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. This multi-part guide will serve as a map to both tourist hotspots and the favorite hangouts for the locals. Whether you’re new to the city or call San Antonio home, there is plenty to experience and explore. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 11, 2015
The first full week of 2015 had the game industry back in swing. Although no real big games came out, we did see some interesting announcements. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 05, 2015
Day 2 of the OG Awards looks at the best of the best games in the major genres in gaming. Enough with the build-up, let's give out some awards! [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 04, 2015
It's a start of a new year and the start of something new for Original Gamer. The OG Replay gives a recap of the big news, reviews, articles and videos of the week. This past week was a little light thanks to the holidays, but things are sure to pick up with CES underway in Las Vegas. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | December 31, 2014
2014 was a year of highs and lows. Well plenty of lows. It's time to award the good and the bad with the fourth annual OG Awards. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | December 17, 2014
It's been a long 24 hours for Destructive Creations. One minute their controversial game, Hatred, makes it way to Steam Greenlight then it's taken off the next and eventually added back on becoming the biggest gaming news story of the day. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | September 25, 2014
I saw your latest trailer for NBA 2K15, and I had to simply shake my head. As an avid San Antonio Spurs fan, you know that team that won the NBA Championship last year, I was disappointed with their exclusion from the trailer. After re-watching trailer, I realized that they were in the trailer; I simply had blinked at the wrong moments. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | August 12, 2014
Lots of games ranging from AAA to Indie along with some shocking surprises were revealed at this year’s Sony Press Conference at gamescom in Cologne, Germany. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | August 12, 2014
After falling behind Sony again and again, Microsoft finally put on a show for gamers at gamescom 2014 to remind everyone that they are still in the fight. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | June 22, 2014
This June was an important month for Nintendo. Prior to them winning the hearts of gamers across the globe at E3, they were in some hot water over a game that came out just a few days before. That game, Tomodachi Life, became the center of a world of drama that was not only unnecessary, but also filled with misguided rage spurred by professional antagonizers who hijacked a meaningful cause. [read more]


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