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Microsoft, Ubisoft, Oculus Rift, indie devs top this year’s PAX East exhibitor list

Posted March 21, 2014 by Dylan Martin

No Nintendo or Sony? Don’t worry, there’ll be plenty of other AAA and indie companies to tide you over.

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Vlambeer’s ‘monetizethat$hit’ page allows you get ‘filthy rich’ on its games

Posted November 3, 2013 by Dylan Martin

Developer lets players monetize their videos

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PAX East 2013: Big publishers, most of you need to change

Posted March 24, 2013 by Eric Smith

The way major publishers show off their bigger games is almost insulting to their fans that come to see them. They should follow the indie model.

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The Evening Report, October 15th, 2012: CoD Elite free, Microsoft on Halo 4 leak, Square-Enix game to the Wii U, Steam Greenlight

Posted October 15, 2012 by Ryan Gan

CoD Elite free for Black Ops 2, Microsoft on Halo 4 leak, Major Square-Enix game to be ported to Wii U, Steam Greenlight approves 21 games

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Trailer Check: Indie Games on PBS and the awesome Halo 4 prequel

Posted October 6, 2012 by Dalibor Dimovski

If you’re not hyped up about Halo 4 yet, you probably will be now.

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Chicago Game Jam 2012 Part 1: Sic Parvis Magna

Posted October 1, 2012 by Ryan Gan

Teams of Chicago game developers set out to create a game in one weekend. In this part, we take you through the first few hours of the game jam.

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Go Gimbal Go review: Go with the best of intentions

Posted July 26, 2012 by Ryan Gan

Refreshing, elegant gameplay that is simple and easy to pick up

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Review: Sequence (PC)

Posted November 1, 2011 by Tyler Colp

Sequence tries to blend RPG elements into a typical rhythm game, but doesn’t achieve a cohesive combination.

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