Everyone else is advertising on TV. Why don't game companies seem to get it?
Context Sensitive is your weekly dip into the deep end of Susan Arendt's love of all things videogame.
Dragon Age: Origins just may make Susan Arendt turn her back on her console gaming ways.
Five easy ways to blow your first impression.
Before we can increase the accessibility of games, we first have to admit how awesome we gamers are.
When your real-world budget gets tight, there's only one thing to do: Spend in-game money like crazy.
It was supposed to be a simple trip to DisneyWorld, but it became a quest for epic loot.
Videogames may market to silly girls, but they sure aren't responsible for creating them.
What magic mojo do you need to make it onstage in Xbox Live's 1 vs. 100?
When it comes to being bad, motivation is everything.
Susan Arendt has finally figured out why she didn't love Fallout 3 at first: It's missing one incredibly important element.
Celebrate those who let you play in peace, for they are treasures to be cherished.
Forget the whole vanquishing evil thing - Fable 2 is just as fun when you're off the hero clock.
Perhaps the answer to bridging the education/entertainment divide is to stop acting as if there is one. Or maybe it's just more Carmen Sandiego.
Susan Arendt has a scorching case of RPG OCD, but thinks she's devised a solution to her problem.
Susan Arendt goes on a date to the movies with her PS3, and lives to regret it.