The Old Republic doesn't need to have a punishing death system in order to offer challenge.
Shamus Young attempts to make the game industry less dysfunctional by arguing with a rhetorical wall and hoping things change for the better.
Shamus has serious misgivings about DC Universe Online.
Choosing equipment in World of Warcraft is ultimately meaningless.
The title says it all, really.
What does little Shamus want for Christmas?
Is it time to retire the death penalty in games?
Shamus hated The Witcher when he should have loved it.
The era of digital distribution may be upon us, but retail won't ever go away.
Wherein Shamus tries to use Games for Windows and finds that he cannot.
It's, erm, difficult to balance the difficulty in videogames.
Shamus Young schools us all in the history of some classic game studios.
If you're looking for a good scare, try playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent with the lights turned off.
Shamus responds to the many gripes about his gripes with Obsidian and Fallout New Vegas.
Did Obsidian even test Fallout: New Vegas before releasing it?
As it turns out, Shamus Young does like something ... Minecraft.