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Shamus Young attempts to make the game industry less dysfunctional by arguing with a rhetorical wall and hoping things change for the better.

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The Old Republic doesn't need to have a punishing death system in order to offer challenge.

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Shamus has serious misgivings about DC Universe Online.

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Choosing equipment in World of Warcraft is ultimately meaningless.

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The title says it all, really.

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What does little Shamus want for Christmas?

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Is it time to retire the death penalty in games?

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Shamus hated The Witcher when he should have loved it.

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The era of digital distribution may be upon us, but retail won't ever go away.

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Wherein Shamus tries to use Games for Windows and finds that he cannot.

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It's, erm, difficult to balance the difficulty in videogames.

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Shamus Young schools us all in the history of some classic game studios.

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If you're looking for a good scare, try playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent with the lights turned off.

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Shamus responds to the many gripes about his gripes with Obsidian and Fallout New Vegas.

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Did Obsidian even test Fallout: New Vegas before releasing it?

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As it turns out, Shamus Young does like something ... Minecraft.