Tag Archives: gaming

Is School an Appropriate Video Game Setting?

Note: [All opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of GamerXChange] School is a huge part of most people’s lives. Whether they’re still a student in high school, or are studying at a college level, almost everyone experiences a school setting for a good portion of their life. […]

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PlayStation Vita: Doing Things Right, Right From The Start [Review]

Technology changes as fast as a wildfire burns; This is especially true in the mobile market. Every month, a new mobile device is released – Whether it is a new smart phone, a new tablet, or something else that can play your music, movies, games, and keep you in touch with your social life all […]

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Do We Look Back Too Fondly On Classic Video Games?

Note: [All opinions expressed herein are that of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of GamerXChange] I like to consider myself old school when it comes to gaming and video games in general. I have quite a nice collection of everything from Atari, NES, Genesis, Saturn, Dreamcast and pretty much all the consoles in […]

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Duke Nukem Forever: Ego Bruised?

We’ve recently seen a lot of bad press when it comes to Duke Nukem Forever, even garnering the rare zero out of ten on Metacritic. Does Duke Nukem Forever deserve this onslaught of bad reviews and trash talk? That in and of itself is debatable and this is not a review of the game as […]

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Game Development Times And Quality: Do They Matter?

Now days it seems like everyone is in a hurry to get their video games released to the public, get them out as quickly as you can so you can start on the sequel and then start the whole thing over yet again. Don’t get me wrong, I like a wide array of games and […]

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