Crecente went on vacation; Totilo talked with Electronic Arts' top man, but let's not forget Luke's eloquent and comprehensive breakdown of Australia's games classification, and the political climate influencing it, in the roster of this week's biggest stories.
A Talk with EA Fewer Games, Better Games Is EA's Stated Goal One Of Pandemic's Biggest Problems Was Being In California EA: Command & Conquer, RTS Genre Needs Innovation, Not Just "Cooler Graphics" EA CEO: Mirror's Edge "Deserves To Come Back," Design At Crossroads EA Chief Talks War: Battlefield, Medal Of honour And Getting Ahead Of Activision
News Mass Effect 2 Will Be Incredibly Emotionally Engaging The iPhone's Online Identity Crisis Saboteur's 11th Hour Butt Censorship The Saboteur Offers Day-One Free Nudity DLC Mario? There's An App For That The 10 Most Avidly-Played Wii Games In America (As Of Dec 1) EA Executive Designs Jet-Engined Supercar What Marketing Can And Can't Do With Microsoft's Avatars Changing Video Game Cases Go For The Green No Loading Time Problems For DS Sequel An Early Look At The Warhammer 40K MMO Japan Gets Limited Edition Pro Evo PlayStation Portable PC Download Stores Arguing Over Who Comes After Steam PS3 Sales Reach Weekly All Time High Ubisoft Plans 10 Games For Natal Next Year, 4-5 For PS3 Motion Controller Testing Out DSi XL's "Multiplayer" Aspect How Modern Can Zelda Get? Cover Athletes: Putting More Than a Name Into a Game
Reviews, Previews, Hands-On and Impressions Small Worlds Micro-Review: A Fine 20 Minutes Frankenreview: Tony Hawk Ride Tropico 3 Review: Go Bananas For El Presidente Geforce 3D Vision Glasses Review: I Can See Forever Borderlands: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned Micro-Review: Brains Optional Tony Hawk: Ride Review: Time To Bail