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We Need Your Help!

We’ve got another ThinkCast incoming; and we would love to answer some of your questions, video game or otherwise! So please, comment below, on Twitter at @GamersWhoThink, or email us at!


PS Ryan has said he would solicit his dating advice to all who seek, so you have been warned!

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Just a quick note on the Sony Presser…

So….They’re pricing $100 less, used games are not an issue, and you can play offline….so who DO you think won this years press events?

Technical Difficulty Resolved

I have to say I am sorry for the lack of content here recently.  Long story short; the laptop I had been using started to die on me; i.e. the keyboard stopped working, so that made writing a bit difficult. Luckily, that problem has been resolved and we are now up and running again at full capacity! We’ll be posting a bunch of stuff we had backlogged as well as some new content over the next couple of days; so welcome back, and enjoy!



Sorry about the lack of content here for a while now.  The big reason was I got hit with a bad case of pneumonia which knocked me out for three weeks.  This, of course, is coupled by the fact that the holidays are a big part of my actual job, so things have been a little crazy as of late.  Don’t worry though; I have some real great articles planned and will start linking up some content soon.

Apologies to all, and we’ll see you soon.

A reason for the Hiatus…

“The launch schedule is better than we had initially expected, with notable launch day titles including Activision Blizzard’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II, EA Sports’ FIFA Soccer 13, Nintendo’s New Super Mario Bros. U and Nintendo Land, and Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed III and ZombiU. However, demand will probably wane once Nintendo’s core fan base has purchased the first 5 – 6 million units, negatively impacting long-term hardware and software sales as well”


Analyst Michael Pachter on the Wii U launch slate…

When Pachter Speaks, Wii Listen…

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“When the games are the least interesting part, there’s a problem.”

-Warren Spector on an increased emphasis on non-game apps at E3, including services like Netflix

Yeah, You Got a Point