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Doug Lowenstein blamed gaming sites like Kotaku for extending Jack Thompson's 15 minutes of fame, but weren't they really just doing their jobs?

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Jordan Deam has a love/hate relationship with Mega Man 9's Galaxy Man. Mostly hate, though.

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It's time to crack open the time capsule and take a look at this week in gaming history.

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A special kind of shame comes from being unable to stop playing a game that you know is bad, but it's a shame Matt Turano bets you've all felt at least once.

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Sean Sands suggests you step away from the Dora the Explorer and start playing something with your kids that doesn't insult their - or your - intelligence.

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It's time to crack open the time capsule and take a look at this week in gaming history.

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Today's videogames owe much - perhaps everything - to the dedicated and inventive members of the MIT Tech Model Railroad Club.

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It's time to crack open the time capsule and take a look at this week in gaming history.

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If Sony wants to move PS3s off the shelves it needs to stop bragging about how great the console is and start pandering, instead.

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Matt Turano doesn't really hate the games you love, he just finds himself awash in sea of "meh" over them.

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If gamers and developers would stop being negative for five minutes, says Sean Sands, they might notice that we're actually in a Golden Age of Gaming.

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Once the feeling of getting kicked in the nethers wears off, Too Human is a pretty good time, says Matt Turano.

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The way Matt Turano sees it, the difference between playing a game and the game playing you lies in how the designer feels about rules.

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Keep your holiday lineup of blockbuster games - Sean Sands is perfectly happy with the wealth of gaming the summer has to offer.

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Space isn't quite as sexy as Susan Arendt thought it would be, but that's not stopping her from sending a bit of herself to the stars.