Kathleen Mae Christianson

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Dragon Age Inquisition Speculation: Inquisitor

The Food Politics of Pokémon

Since Pokémon's 1996 debut, the in-game (and show, and movie, and manga) universe has expanded significantly to give us a better picture of life in …

First look at Tales of the World: Reve Unitia on 3DS

Bandai Namco showcased the first trailer for <i>Tales of the World: Reve Unitia</i> this weekend at the Tales Festival in Yokohama, Japan. And now you can …

Like their real-world counterparts, Pokémon are perfectly edible

Given how massive the Pokémon universe has gotten in the past 18 years, it should come as no surprise that Pokémon fill a number of important roles for the people in their lives. Some provide modes of transit. Others are pets. Most are capable of fighting on some level. But something that's …

Here's The First Footage Of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

The long-awaited remakes of <i>Pokémon Ruby</i> and <i>Sapphire</i> were announced earlier this week, and now we have our first, incredibly brief look at the games …

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First video of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire shows off legendaries in 3D

First shown in Japan yesterday, this 30-second teaser of gameplay in the upcoming HD remake of <i>Pokémon Omega Ruby</i> and <i>Pokémon Alpha Sapphire</i> shows how it looks with the same 3D treatment last year's <i>Pokémon X</i> and <i>Pokémon Y</i> received.<p>It's not much, beyond showing off legendary Pokémon Groudon and Kyogre, …

Nintendo's Lesson Learned From 'Tomodachi Life'

It hasn’t been the greatest week for Nintendo, mainly because their earnings report revealed less than impressive financial results, including Wii U and 3DS sales that missed even revised targets. But there was a second story creeping through the week that presented a different kind of problem for …

Nintendo's rejection of gay relationships gives fans a lot to be angry about

Nintendo of America will not allow gay relationships in Tomodachi Life, and their logic for doing so just doesn't add up<p>Nintendo often seems like the rarest kind of corporate entity: one that only inspires feelings of goodwill from its customers both past and present. Even as the company continues …

3D printer lets you print your own functioning game controllers

A 3D printer attachment created by Stanford University graduate students is capable of printing functioning circuitry inside a game controller, Computerworld reports.<p>It's called the Rabbit Proto, and it's designed to fit different versions of RepRap printers — machines that can print their own …

Mod adds time travel to Portal 2

A mod for <i>Portal 2</i> on PC adds "time travel" options so that players may, in effect, use past versions of themselves to complete puzzles in the game.<p>"Thinking With Time Machine" is the name of the mod; like the original games, players can use it to get a third-person glimpse of Chell elsewhere on the …

Minecraft Is Shaping A Generation, And That Is A Good Thing

Minecraft. Perhaps you’ve heard of it. Writer Laura McKenna argues that it’s so popular with autistic children that in a classroom, the game could essentially serve as the great equalizer between autistic and non-autistic students. I agree that many autistic folks I know love their Minecraft, but …