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April 23rd, 2009
WOW Pegs Up
by Scorpia

Last year, to stave off in-game boredom, Blizzard added Popcap’s Bejweled to World of Warcraft. It seems that wasn’t enough. Now, they’ve put in Peggle.

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April 22nd, 2009
It’s All Wrong
by Scorpia

Over at gamasutra, Brandon Sheffield hears from several designers what went wrong with their projects.

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April 21st, 2009
A Fallout Week
by Scorpia

The Fallout franchise has been making news lately, with plenty of speculation buzzing around the ‘net.

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April 20th, 2009
Another Religious Outburst
by Scorpia

Religion is a tricky subject to handle, especially in games. No matter what you do, someone out there is waiting to jump all over you, as both Sony and Aurona Technologies have recently learned. (Actually, Sony already knew this)

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April 19th, 2009
Charge Less
by Scorpia

A few days back, Jeff Vogel posted on his blog that indie developers should Charge More for their games. Now Brad Wardell comes along and says indies should charge less.

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April 18th, 2009
Stardock: Mea Culpa
by Scorpia

There’s been a lot of comments around the ‘net the last couple of days about the messy launch of Stardock/Gaspowered Games latest title, Demigod. And yes, it wasn’t pretty.

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April 17th, 2009
Get Some Revenge
by Scorpia

How was Tax Day? Terrible? Then go out and kill something to relieve your feelings! GOG has POSTAL: Classic and Uncut, along with the Special Delivery Expansion Pack, for just $5.99 (and that’s the regular price).

On the other hand, if you’d rather stand fast against the hordes (pretend they’re from the IRS ;), take advantage of this weekend’s special: the Stronghold and Stronghold: Crusader bundle, a mere $11.98 for both.

Good Old Games

April 16th, 2009
A Falling Out
by Scorpia

News is traveling fast around the ‘net that Interplay (not, of course, the Interplay of old) is in big trouble. They’ve filed their annual report with the SEC, and it doesn’t look good.

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