Tagged:  Smashing Bricks

By Eddie Inzauto, March 7, 2008 0 Columns

Emotionally affective games are becoming an increasingly popular topic of discussion as of late. From the more mainstream titles like Ico and Shadow of the Colossus to lesser-known (and decidedly less high tech) indie games like Passage and Gravitation, developers… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 29, 2008 0 Columns

In recent years, the issue of censorship and regulation of video games has been one of great concern. It affects not only to the members of the video game industry and the gaming community, but any defenders of liberty and… Read More »

Gamers Anonymous

By Eddie Inzauto, February 22, 2008 0 Columns

How is it that certain games can become addictive, while others seem to simply run their course before tapering off into that void of content that we feel has been satisfactorily exhausted? There has to be some key factor (or… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 15, 2008 0 Columns

I came into this week thinking that by today (or maybe Saturday), I would have written a column about love in video games. It’s a topic I’ve been meaning to address for some time now, and this seemed as good… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 9, 2008 0 Columns

The video game industry is in its adolescence, struggling to form an identity, to fit in, and to be accepted. I’m sure you’ve read something along those lines before, but it seems that the number of people who preach in… Read More »

Top 10 most anticipated games (non-sequels) of 2008

By Eddie Inzauto, January 15, 2008 0 Columns

The year 2007 was an incredible year for the videogame industry. I’d even be willing to go out on a limb and say that it was one of the best ever. Our year-end awards here at GamerNode weren’t decided over… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, December 1, 2007 0 Columns

This is an open letter to all video game publishers. You see, I need your help. I’ve been having trouble lately formulating opinions and analyses of your products, and my reviews are suffering from a terrible case of truth and… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, November 11, 2007 0 Columns

You hear a lot about the horrors that our beloved interactive virtual experiences visit upon society – school shootings, curbside beatings, subway assaults, theft, breaking-and-entering, drug use, child abuse, domestic violence, teenage promiscuity, truancy… homosexuality (“god” says that’s a no-no)…… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, November 4, 2007 0 Columns

I’ve been doing a bit of thinking lately, and one thing my mind has come to dwell on is the comparison between interpersonal relationships and the relationships that people develop with their videogames. Of course there are very very obvious… Read More »

Renaming the Industry

By Eddie Inzauto, October 13, 2007 0 Columns

The “video game” is a form of art/entertainment that is still only in the equivalent of its toddler years. As such, the gaming industry has been met with varying degrees of neophobic reactionism not at all dissimilar to the earlier… Read More »