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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]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | June 18, 2014
Announced during the Sony E3 Press Conference, PS4 owners got their first shot to play Destiny. The Destiny Alpha only lasted a few days, but it left a big impression. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | June 10, 2014
Even though Nintendo was not producing a live press conference, they didn't spare any expense with the production value of their E3 Digital Event. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | June 10, 2014
There weren't many surprises during Ubisoft's E3 press conference, but there was a big one. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six has finally reemerged after a six year absence. [read more]

by Prashanth M. Narayan | June 10, 2014
Once again, Sony took the honors of wrapping up the first day of E3. Some of the biggest surprises were Little Big Planet 3, a brand new game directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki titled Blood Borne, first look at Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, along with a slew of exclusive game announcements and a couple of hardware announcements. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | June 10, 2014
After the Microsoft E3 Press Conference, EA was next on the schedule to show off their big games for E3. Some of the titles include Mirror's Edge 2, a new Mass Effect game and to kick it off, the first look at Star Wars Battlefront. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | June 09, 2014
Once again, Microsoft starts the E3 festivities with their press conference. Some of the surprises were Crackdown 3, a Halo collection, and most importantly, actual talk about games and not about apps or hardware features. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | March 13, 2014
After much deliberating, we finally have the final OG Awards. Who is taking the big award this year? [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | February 27, 2014
Day 2 of the OG Awards will reward the best of the best in various genres. Let's give out some awards! [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | February 26, 2014
It's time for the most important awards in gaming: The OG Awards! Who will be the big winner? Read on to find out. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | February 23, 2014
News came out earlier this week that upcoming game Deep Down would not have any female playable characters due to the game’s storyline. As you may have guessed, many people lost their proverbial shit over this reveal and demanded a change to the story. See, for some people, artistic freedom ends where they say it ends. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 27, 2014
The year 2013 had plenty of controversies. From Microsoft changing their tune on the Xbox One’s used game policies to the news that gamers are being spied on by the NSA, there was no lack of video game controversies for people to discuss. Then, on the other hand, there are those fake controversies. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | January 22, 2014
Although the outlook is a little gloomy for Nintendo, they’re not about to roll over and die. They still, however, need to improve on their business practices and get themselves back on track. If they follow these suggestions, maybe Nintendo will stop this downward spiral. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | December 13, 2013
Last Friday, I read an article on Polygon about how Geoff Keighley and the VGA crew were going a different direction with the VGX. Apparently that direction was creating an award show that was hardly a show and raised the bar on cringey entertainment. [read more]

by Oscar Gonzalez | November 04, 2013
Once again, games journalists failed to do their jobs. [read more]


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