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Ed Kirchgessner
// April 21, 2011

PlayStation 3 owners finding more frustration than fun on Sony's "free" network.

The Costs of PC Gaming

Ed Kirchgessner
// February 18, 2011

There are fewer PC gamers year after year, yet why are gaming PCs still so expensive to maintain?

Duty Calls

Ed Kirchgessner
// February 4, 2011

This single-level parody from People Can Fly is sure to ruffle feathers and raise eyebrows.

One Cable to Rule Them All

Ed Kirchgessner
// January 21, 2011

The HDMI connection has revolutionized the ease with which we enjoy consumer electronics.

One-Liner: Your Gaming Hoard

Ed Kirchgessner
// January 18, 2011

Do you save your games forever or are you a regular trader/seller?

Astro MixAmp 5.8

Ed Kirchgessner
// January 7, 2011

The ultimate wireless audio/chat solution.

We've Been Compromised

Ed Kirchgessner
// December 17, 2010

In this connected world, we gamers are particularly vulnerable.

The Nature of Points

Ed Kirchgessner
// December 3, 2010

In today's modern games, points are for a whole lot more than keeping score.

Sequels Under the Tree

Ed Kirchgessner
// November 19, 2010

The more the world of gaming changes, the more it stays the same.

The PlayStation 2 One Decade Later

Ed Kirchgessner
// October 28, 2010

Ten years ago, the PlayStation 2 was released, forever changing an industry.

Fido 2.0

Ed Kirchgessner
// October 15, 2010

Try as they might, developers still haven't mastered the presentation of animals in games.

When the Curtain Falls

Ed Kirchgessner
// October 1, 2010

When your favorite game's servers go dark someday in the future, how will you react?

Astro to the Rescue

Ed Kirchgessner
// September 23, 2010

Pulling out all the stops has finally fixed my Xbox Live voice chat problems.

When No One Can Hear You Scream

Ed Kirchgessner
// September 10, 2010

The convenience of wireless voice chat may have brought along its share of hassles.

Forced Obsolescence

Ed Kirchgessner
// August 27, 2010

In the age of digital downloads and arcade throwbacks, how important is backwards compatibility?

Consoles Unplugged

Ed Kirchgessner
// August 20, 2010

The WaveBird's children and gaming's uncertain future.

Port Authority

Ed Kirchgessner
// August 6, 2010

Sometimes, even self-professed IT gurus need to check their network settings.

Pathfinder GameMastery Guide

Ed Kirchgessner
// July 30, 2010

I've waited nearly twenty years for this tome's arrival.

Slingshot Safari

Ed Kirchgessner
// July 16, 2010

A Hermit's Tale

Ed Kirchgessner
// July 9, 2010

With 11 million players, there's a whole lot more to WoW than raiding.

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