Joshua Sterns's Blog
If you are interested in more of my work, then please visit my blog. Everything posted on this website by me was originally displayed at http://snerts.blogspot.com. I will diligently attempt to post all opinoin pieces on Gamasutra, but all Reviews and Previews will remain on my personal blog.
My Halo story, and how I've grown tired of the franchise.
A solution to rising costs of development that does not burden the customer base. Advertisements are under utilized in videogames, and can provide better solutions then MP restrictions, DLC costs, and additional hardware sales.
My two cents on Xbox Live, the price increase, and advertisements in video games.
Whenever I personally witness a fight blocking will only go so far. Dodging and countering—using your opponent’s momentum against them—seem more effective and is generally more entertaining.
Three of the most basic labels for a video game are single player, multiplayer (or versus), and co-op. In this post I will explore the evolution of cooperative gameplay through my own experiences.
For the most part, hardcore gamers have ignored the Wii and motion technology. When you go past all the internet noise, and look at the root of the issue, hardcore gamers simply haven’t found that fun title.
Joshua Sterns's Comments
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My jaded gamer streak continues. ...
My jaded gamer streak continues. Saw nothing today that peaked my interest. r n r nNo backwards compatibility I can live with. Not being able to play the same game on multiple consoles is a bad joke. r n r nThe TV, stat tracking, and other PC like features is ...
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Mass Effect 's Proteans, Halo ...
Mass Effect 's Proteans, Halo 4 's Prometheans, and Ridley Scott 's Prometheus. Seems like the new popular sci-fi words to explain ancient, advanced, and semi-extinct civilizations. I don 't think it 's very creative, and sticking to existing terminology would have been preferred. What 's wrong with Forerunners r ...
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