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Who’s in Control? – A Look at the Use/Overuse of Cut-Scenes in Video Games

by Jason Hendrickson May 5, 2012
In our latest opinion piece GodisaGeek.com's Jason Hendricks takes a look at the use of cinematics and Quick Time Events in video games, taking the control away from the player. Read the whole article over at GodisaGeek.com.

To RPG or not To RPG – A Look at the Evolution of the RPG

by Jason Hendrickson April 7, 2012
We take a look at where RPG's have come from, with their days as turn-based classics, to the more modern real time systems that have been in our current RPG's. Read the full article over at GodisaGeek.com.

Where Has the Challenge Gone? – A Look at the Difficulty of Video Games

by Jason Hendrickson March 5, 2012
We all remember a time when games used to be a little bit more difficult, Jason takes a look at the difficulty of video games and how it's changed over the year. Read the full article at GodisaGeek.com.

Arcade Impact – A Lament to Years Gone By…

by Jason Hendrickson February 19, 2012
A lot of us spent our childhoods in Arcades, the glow of the CRT monitors drawing us in like a moth to a lightbulb. They've largely disappeared over the years, GodisaGeek.com's Jason Hendricks feels the pain. Read the full article at GodisaGeek.com.

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Gets a Demo

by Jason Hendrickson November 3, 2011
Quidditch anyone? If you need a LEGO Harry Potter fix, there is now a demo to sate your needs.

Furry Friends Invade Windows Phone 7 with Kinectimals

by Jason Hendrickson November 3, 2011
You will now be able to bring you virtual pets anywhere! Kinectimals has gone portable and is now available for download on the Windows Phone 7! This announcement comes on the heels of the addition of bear cubs in its 360 counterpart, another great asset to the franchise. With Kinectimals for the Windows Phone you will be able […]

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Beta Delayed

by Jason Hendrickson November 3, 2011
During my freshman year in college I spent more time on my roommates PC playing Counter-Strike  than I did in class. I was good and ready to take some vacation days with the announcement of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive beta a while back. Unfortunately, the beta will not be making its planned October debut. Chet Faliszek, a […]

Sideway: New York Review

by Jason Hendrickson October 31, 2011
Graffiti and 2D Platforming? In New York?!? Jason Hendricks relives the days of his youth spent in New York City with Sideway: New York on the PlayStation Network. Find out what he thought only at GodisaGeek.com!

Okabu Review

by Jason Hendrickson October 27, 2011
Are you a fan of quirky little downloadable games? Maybe you've seen a trailer or some screenshots of Okabu and want to know if you should check out the game. Let Jason Hendricks tell you all about the world of Okabu.