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Make It Big In Games

Before getting down to business here in 2009, I have a few small items to catch up on. Congratulations to GarageGames’ Torque Game Engine Advanced for winning the 2008 Game Developer Magazine Frontline Award for Best Engine. Matt, JoshE, Ken, Debra, et.al. in the TnT group have been working …

I'll be giving a Certified Scrum Master for Video Game Development course/workshop in San Francisco the week of GDC (on Monday 3/23 and Tuesday 3/24). The course will focus on the game specific application of Scrum to game development including team exercises.It's being held at the new …

Fat Consoles

chewing pixels

If cars could gain weight, this is what they’d look like, according to Austrian artist Erwin Wurm. The flesh-like aluminum bulges and drips from the frame, wry commentary on a Western culture that’d sooner drive round the block than walk it, perhaps. Or possibly a vision of how cars …

ezGear now into Blu-Ray

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by: Dan KeenerNEWS - ezGear, known primarily for their gaming accessories, is now marketing a Blu-Ray player. The BluCobra EZ3000 is the first product in the BluCobra line and supports full 1080p playback throughs its HDMI 1.3 output. In addition, it supports all lower resolutions, BD-Rom, BD …

by: John YanNEWS - Right now I'm toiling around with the G13 Advanced Gameboard but at CES there are going to be a few more new items to the G lineup. First up is surround sound headset that also includes a mic for voice communication. The big thing though is a brand new keyboard dubbed the G19 …

by: Dan KeenerNEWS - ezGear announced that their innovative UFO surge protector is now available in a wall model. The ezSpace Wall Mount UFO comes in black and is designed to fit between snugly against any wall outlet. It features 6 outlets, LED indicator and a front mounted reset button and plugs …

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Because like Thomas, they're the only ones I'm likely to follow.Finish up any remaining PS2 gamesBecause if I don't finish them by the end of next year, it is probably a safe bet I never will.Be Wii FitterWe've got the darn thing, and hopefully I can maintain using it 3-5 times a week through most …

Box Art

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Box Art is the first of two Chewing Pixels spin-off sites that I intend to launch this year. It’s a straightforward tumble log, which will daily post a piece of awesome videogame box art. The game’s title, year of production, platform and country of origin are listed beneath the image. …

The deal of the day hasn't much life left in it, but the non-standard editions of Fallout 3 are wicked cheap at online retailer Amazon right now. Collector's Edition, just $49.98 USD. The Amazon.com Exclusive Survival Edition, as low as $99.98 USD. Hurry!

I’ve been playing Savage 2 game for a bit, and I think these guys have really nailed how the whole “play online for free (but give your money to us little by little)” strategy should be done. Not sure if this is can be called ‘micropayment’, but at least their 5-10 buck …

So I have Guitar Hero: World Tour for my PS3, but the guitar has been a bust. It worked very briefly and now doesn't work at all.So I set up an RMA through the customer support, which went quite smoothly. The guy I spoke with was friendly and helpful. He was amused that his support script kept …

by: Cyril LachelArticle - Cyril doesn't find a lot to like in this PSP port, find out why he's disappointed inside.Comment

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