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September 2011


Articles From Matt Paprocki in September
Wednesday Sep 28, 2011 35:00 PM ET
Modern Warfare 3 players who begin downing excessive amounts of Dew will have a trade-off for their dwindling health: double experience points in their freshly torn asunder copy of Call of Duty.
Saturday Sep 24, 2011 50:00 PM ET
Most video games these days let the player pause the story-driven cinemas, or even offer an option to skip the cinematic interlude of they choose when a button is pressed. Some instantly skip when you press start, others just bowl them over for the next action scene.
Tuesday Sep 20, 2011 55:00 AM ET
Qwikster is dead already. That sounds drastic, but have you looked around the Internet today? Following Twitter threads prove people are already digging a grave for the "new" DVD-by-mail service. So is Netflix.
Sunday Sep 18, 2011 00:00 PM ET
Want to see how completely botched game reviews are in their current form? Give the upcoming mega budgeted, multi-million dollar Gears of War 3 an 8 out of 10.
Monday Sep 12, 2011 50:00 PM ET
It was supposed to be a great deal: NFL Sunday Ticket minus the Direct TV shenanigans, satellite, or subscription to Direct TV, and right on your PS3. It probably will be a great deal too... if it actually worked.
Friday Sep 9, 2011 25:00 AM ET
The first Passport title on Xbox 360 was supposed to be Driver: San Francisco, a revitalized franchise entry with lofty expectations. Due to a printing error, the Xbox 360 version is missing four additional digits necessary for this to actually work.
Friday Sep 9, 2011 05:00 AM ET
Someone saw fit to register the domain name ModernWarfare3.com. Smart. What wasn't smart was posting content related to rival military shooter Battlefield 3.
Saturday Sep 3, 2011 00:00 AM ET
For part two of our interview, Greg dissects the business side of things, including dealing with Microsoft, Valve's Steam service, and pricing structures.
Friday Sep 2, 2011 20:00 PM ET
Bastion is the first effort from Supergiant Games, a development team of seven people who made a splash with the first title in Microsoft's Summer of Arcade promotion. A deeply emotional experience about a boy struggling to right his world after an unspecified disaster, Bastion is sure to be a hallmark of 2011. Creative Director Greg Kasavin chatted over Skype about the title, it's meanings, and the business side of things.
Thursday Sep 1, 2011 05:00 PM ET
The industry and its marketers have yet to break free from the mold of being considered a toy, the long overdue transition happening at retail spaces.

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