Shamus provides some hard data on videogame piracy.
Shamus Young attempts to make the game industry less dysfunctional by arguing with a rhetorical wall and hoping things change for the better.
Shamus Young revisits DRM and looks at the good progress companies are making... towards turning everyone pirate.
Mass Effect 2 has just the right amount of story, no matter what kind of player you are.
How long you're allowed to enjoy a game is sometimes completely out of your hands.
Shamus discusses the muddy waters of DLC.
Pop quiz, hotshot: How many applications does it take to run a game?
Why hire a master chef to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?
Shamus Young gives some handy pointers for saving your game company from financial disaster.
Shamus looks back on 2009 and finds that it wasn't all bad news.
Maybe the reason people want to play MMOGs by themselves is that playing with others is a royal pain.
What's with all the people wanting to play MMOGs by themselves?
RPGs are very fond of recycling content, thank goodness.
The characters in Dragon Age: Origins feel a little...familiar.
Using sexy advertisements to sell games is nothing new, but what are the makers of Evony thinking?
The Wii may be the hardcore gamer's best ally.