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User-generated content and the modding community can create new avenues for a game's legitimacy, says Marc Lynch.
In this week's DLC column, Marcus Mac Dhonnagáin ponders the sound of war and its orchestral performance in Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
The latest episode of Reset Transmission has Nate pondering the possibilities of Mass Effect Kart Racing, and he wasn't even there this week!
Windows 8 is not the end of PC gaming, it's the beginning. At least that's what Nate is saying as Microsoft launches its new OS.
Sean has lots of questions when it comes to Windows 8. Will the closed platform of Microsoft's Windows Store be an aid or a hindrance?
Kickstarter has improved its project requirements but has it done enough to make the risks and financing clear to backers, asks Anton Wegenast.
Anton Wegenast can't believe his ears in this week's DLC. Prepare to hear a tale of how the creeping horror of Alan Wake even invaded the soundtrack.
Good games take time or money to create, Melissa Kay reminds us. Gamers who need instant gratification either need to learn patience or try some other games.
Graham McCann is worried that the upcoming mid-generation release of the Wii U will mean its neither one thing nor the other.
Does Nintendo have what it takes to provide a quality online experience? Tyler has a few suggestions for the Wii U that could help them along the way.