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This Week's Standout Member Blogs
Why I will just "wait and see" if the Ouya delivers
Sergio Rosa admits that new devices are always interesting to him, but there are a few things that make him rethink everything about the Ouya console.
Video games and life lessons: The Mount and Blade example
Adam Rebika looks at how can video games be the most powerful medium when it comes to teaching life lessons.
Why can't third-person shooters get cover mechanics right?
"Why can't all these AAA shooters get the cover mechanics right?" asks Will So. Developer hire military consultants that give them the playbook, but they can't get this very simple concept correct.
Wishlist for the next big Western fantasy RPG
Axel Cholewa discusses some minor and major changes he'd like to see in the next big fantasy game.
Why mobile game pricing can only go up
We're in a period of overall technology disruption, argues Elizabeth Boylan.