March 2007


That’s right: two systems, two games, two microphones, one performance. Which game would be more lenient on our awful singing? Continue reading to find out.

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Media Coverage takes a look at the latest issue of "The No. 1 Videogame Magazine," as their cover so proudly proclaims.

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And so it goes every few years with console videogames. It’s not enough to buy a system and enjoy the games available; we want the system we buy to win. More than that, we want our chosen system to dominate the market, utterly and completely, like the Atari 2600 and NES did way back when.

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We catch up with the now-former Computer Games and MMO Magazine editor-in-chief to talk about his magazines and the continuing evolution of game journalism.

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Amid concerns that the European version of the PlayStation 3 will be less than fully backward compatible, Sony has unveiled a new web site listing old games that will work under the version 1.6 firmware, due to be released concurrently with the European launch on Thursday. Unfortunately, the site is organized in a rather user-unfriendly paged format that requires a lot of clicking around to get to the data you want. We did some extra legwork and copied the data into a couple of convenient Google Docs spreadsheets (PS1, PS2). We also crunched the numbers to see just how extensive the European PS3’s backward compatibility will be at launch.

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In this episode of Press Start, Ralph, Kyle and Rob discuss the Dreamcast. We also have an interview with Jason King, a moderator from DreamcastScene.com, a former petition site thats now the lifeline for the Dreamcast as we know it!

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Media Coverage looks at some of the press-related issues raised at this year’s Game Developers Conference.

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Media Coverage takes a quick look at some issues that don’t quite merit their own column.

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I talk about the newly revealed PlayStation Home on G4’s Attack of the Show.

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Tonight on The Loop, our experts Kyle Orland from Joystiq.com and Garnett Lee from 1up.com will talk about PlayStation Home and what it means for the future of the PS3.

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