New GameSpotter blogs, Soapboxers, and an Emblem Creation activity.
Another Blog Bunker means another week of fabulous blogs brought to you by the amazing writers here at GameSpot.
World of Games and Gaming
-Raging about Rage By: Setho10
-The Gears Trilogy Ends... By: PSFreak1
-Battlefield 3 Beta Impressions and Analysis By: gdw0908
-It's that time of year again! By: VideoGamerNerd
-Demo Marathon By: raven28256
-Professor Layton and The Big Bang Walking Dead Battlefield! By: AjaxNeron
-The future of Art Style Games By: bbkkristian
-Bioware Fail By: Mangaminx
-Why is it a big issue? By: gamingqueen
Off the Radar
Blog Bunker Tip
Have a friend who writes some fabulous blogs but might be a little too shy to step forward into the spotlight? Feel free to share your friend's name with the GameSpot Community, and he or she could join the list of amazing featured blog writers!
GameSpot Community is looking for a unique talent to craft a new blogger emblem for awesome GameSpot members who are featured in Blog Bunker. Post a blog bunker titled "Pixel Perfect" and mark it as editorial. Emblems must be 64x64 and submitted in JPG format. Please include a brief description about why you feel your emblem best represents the GameSpot blogger.
I'm assuming the person who wins the Blog Bunker emblem contest will be starred in the next weeks following Blog Bunker as well as earn their own emblem?
I see some familiar faces... also, it looks like someone beat me to en editorial dissecting/criticizing Dead Island. Looks like I have a few new users to track.
oh, is this going to replace the 'Soapbox' emblem some of us are chasing after ;) can't wait to see what the requirements are on this one ;) I think I might have some names to throw out there :)
Might try that emblem creation activity :) Thanks for mentioning my Cloverfield review, I was pleased with it compared to the others I've written!
Avalanche Studios co-founder says developer's ambition is for action, not moments that make players cry; steampunk-style game on hold. Full Story
- Posted May 15, 2013 6:33 am PT
4A Games creative director Andrew Prokhorov thanks Jason Rubin for telling the studio's story, but says, "We deserve the ratings we get." Full Story
- Posted May 16, 2013 12:44 pm PT