Author Archives: Sully

Warp Review: I wanna be in you

Warp Review: If you’re going to name your game after its central mechanic, it had better be a damned good one. Happily, Warp’s teleporting system is strong enough to make this action-puzzler worthwhile despite the occasional frustrations it heaps on the player. Continue reading

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Old Reviews are all the RAGE

It took a few months, but I finally got around to playing through id’s latest shooter and collecting my thoughts over on Good Game Media. If you’d like to read about my (mostly positive) thoughts on Rage, be sure to … Continue reading

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Report: Ladies Making Videogames

Last week, on Good Game Media, I posted a piece on the Dames Making Games JAMuary event. If you’re interested in some local-videogame journalism, give it a read – it’s about a worthy cause, and how it plugs into the … Continue reading

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Editorial: Leveraging Kinect to Ensnare New Gamers

Last week, I published an editorial at Toronto Thumbs detailing how Microsoft should be leveraging the Kinect’s features to train and ‘create’ hardcore (read: spend-happy) gamers, which seems to have been warmly received. So please, check it out, leave a … Continue reading

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Comparing MW3 with BF3

As part of my plan to take the videogame-journalism world by storm, I’ve come up with another stunningly original idea: taking two things that are somewhat similar, and comparing them! If you’d like to read my take on the different … Continue reading

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This is your brain on Minecraft

Just received this in my Facebook inbox:

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8-Bit Memories – GGM

Good news everyone! I’ve joined the good folks at Good Game Media, where I’ll be serving up all manner of quality editorials, and hopefully some reviews and reporting in the not too distant future. Go check out my first piece, … Continue reading

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What is Microsoft trying to say?

Around the launch of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, ads were running all over the web – which is fairly typical for the latest release from a major franchise. One that caught my eye was on IGN, which highlighted the remastered … Continue reading

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Campaign Review

The Modern Warfare 3 campaign aims to outdo the spectacle of its bombastic predecessors and deliver an exhilarating experience from start to finish. In pursuit of this goal, the stakes are higher (world-war!), and the set-pieces more elaborate. Somewhere along … Continue reading

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Out, Damn’d Spot!

Call of Duty’s Contribution to Terrible Game Mechanics Call of Duty has contributed an awful lot to the First Person Shooter genre, particularly where multiplayer is concerned. Any FPS taking itself seriously now gives players a chance to level up, … Continue reading

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