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Context Sensitive is your weekly dip into the deep end of Susan Arendt's love of all things videogame.

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Everyone else is advertising on TV. Why don't game companies seem to get it?

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Dragon Age: Origins just may make Susan Arendt turn her back on her console gaming ways.

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Five easy ways to blow your first impression.

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Before we can increase the accessibility of games, we first have to admit how awesome we gamers are.

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When your real-world budget gets tight, there's only one thing to do: Spend in-game money like crazy.

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It was supposed to be a simple trip to DisneyWorld, but it became a quest for epic loot.

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Videogames may market to silly girls, but they sure aren't responsible for creating them.

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What magic mojo do you need to make it onstage in Xbox Live's 1 vs. 100?

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When it comes to being bad, motivation is everything.

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Susan Arendt has finally figured out why she didn't love Fallout 3 at first: It's missing one incredibly important element.

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Celebrate those who let you play in peace, for they are treasures to be cherished.

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Forget the whole vanquishing evil thing - Fable 2 is just as fun when you're off the hero clock.

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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.

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Susan Arendt has a scorching case of RPG OCD, but thinks she's devised a solution to her problem.

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Susan Arendt goes on a date to the movies with her PS3, and lives to regret it.