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Guy Makes A Genius Gamertag – Xbox Sign Out

Ahhhh, I remember the days when people would make clever usernames on Socom to get a giggle when people called out to them. This guy takes it to the next level with “Xbox Sign Out” for Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Xbox One. Some of these reactions are really golden as they scramble to get the Kinect to not sign them out.

Check out These Holiday Cards from the Game Industry!

Ahhhh, Christmas (or “the holidays,” whatever, you know, I say Christmas, sue me) time… I love it so much. Of course I do, I’m the resident ball of sunshine and puppy-esque enthusiasm. I love the lights, the family and friends, but most of all: the presents! And I thought it was so sweet to see a bunch of little holiday cards from different publishers, developers, and PR in my inbox this month, so I wanted to spread the cheer and [...]

Guest Post – Alice:(My)Madness Returns

[Promoted from our Community Manager's inbox, here's another fantastic Guest Writer! This piece comes from Lola (ThatDocktorGirl). ThatDocktorGirl is an FPS and action game nut, with a side passion for RPGs. She loves Batman villains and zombies. She tries to like all games and appreciate them for what they are, and she also writes about my thoughts and experiences with games. You can get to know her better by following her on Twitter.] When I was little, starting from when I was 4, I [...]

The Walking Dead: 400 Days Giveaway Winners!

Thanks to Telltale Games, we were able to hold a giveaway for 400 Days this week. I’m filling in for Muaz to announce the winners, and since I didn’t choose or even look through the submissions, I have absolutely no emotional attachment to any of the following names: austieb7 Ryan Peters matenshi Congratulations, you are all stars! All wonderful little stars! Contact Muaz through email or Twitter and he’ll get you the codes by tomorrow. Did you miss this giveaway because [...]

The Twinfinite Forums Are Live!

The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. The Twinfinite forums are finished, polished (well… maybe), and ready to be used. Feel free to jump right in and start talking with your fellow Twinfiknights. We’re all the best-looking, smartest, coolest people on the planet and now we have a way to have in depth discussions and bounce ideas off each other. I’ll be lurking around ready to jump in and help at a moment’s notice. You can log [...]

Guest Featurama: Gunpoint – Secret Agent Man

[Promoted from our Community Manager's inbox, here's another fantastic Guest Writer! This review comes from Alex Camejo (The Alex). The Alex Camejo is a university student in Florida majoring in Computer Science. Having enjoyed writing as a hobby for most of his life, he has just recently began merging it with his other lifelong hobby, gaming. He spends most of his time studying, working, and going out,  and is an avid League of Legends player with a stream and Youtube [...]

Twinfinite’s Summer Giveaway!

Greetings wonderful Twinfiknights! Like a lot of the staff, my summer vacation has officially started and hot damn am I pumped. No more stressing over finals, papers, or staring at words like “occasion” or “conscientious” at 5 in the morning convinced that they’re spelled wrong. They’re not. I’m going to enjoy using my new-found freedom to go back and tackle my insane backlog and taking a second look at games I had fun with but haven’t touched in a while. One [...]

[Community] Twinfinite Talks: What Do You Look For in Video Game Criticism?

Yesterday morning I was wrapped in a fairly interesting discussion around whether or not “game literacy” was required to properly critique video games. On the one hand, an understanding in the technical aspects of video games can go a long way. On the other hand, there can also be a more reactionary style of criticism not bogged down by technical jargon. While this is a matter of debate in and of itself, it did establish one thing: Everyone looks for [...]

[Featurama] Five Signs you Might be a “Hardcore” gamer

The gaming community is no stranger to labeling and stereotyping. There is a label heard so much within the community and industry that it deserves discussion- “hardcore” gamers, or conversely, “casuals”. The use of this word can get to the point where it can become a cause for a kind of elitism amongst gamers, whether it is a “hardcore” PC gamer turning up his nose at “console kiddies”, or mobile games being shunned for being too “casual”. Gaming journalists and [...]

[News] A Kickstarter For Want To Be Games Journalists Has Arisen

Nathan Meunier, freelance games journalists for over 25 games magazines, has started a Kickstarter to fund his new book, Up Up Down Down Left Write: The Freelance Guide to Video Game Journalism. It’s looking promising with 32 days to go and already reaching $400 out of its $7,000 goal. Personally I’m very open to advice from people who have done amazing things, whether I even want to do them myself or not. The number one advice for wanting to be [...]

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