What better gift this Christmas than the best articles from the brightest stars in video game blogging? Let’s get on with it!
On the third day of Christmas, Tony Huynh gave to me:
10 Greatest Video Game Designers Part 1;
Call of Duty: World at War Through the Eyes of a Game Designer;
Pimps at Sea err I mean Age of Booty & Gen 13 Cosplay;
My Student Films 2: EverQuest Documentary and Guilty Gear Isuka Trailer;
Best Games of All Time by Genre Part 2
and Low Skill Cap and Luck (RNG) in World of Warcraft PVP!
On the fourth day of Christmas, Scott Davis gave to me, "Call of Duty: World at War – Game Review" and "Video Game Survey: I?m Not as Big A Geek as I Thought" at ZombieChatter.com.
On the seventh day of Christmas, Alvaro Fernandez gave to me, "Games for Brain Health – Novelty, Variety and Challenge" at SharpBrains.
On the eighth day of Christmas, Glen Despaux gave to me, "Gears of War 2 Review" and "Starting Up" at GameQuery, saying "This is my new blog dedicated to helping gamers. I am hoping to draw attention and have people submit queries to my blog."
On the ninth day of Christmas, Michael Puskar gave to me, "Mongo Angry! Mongo Smash!: All Your Free Time Are Belong To Us" at Mongo Angry! Mongo Smash!". The tag reads "the beginning of a Five Part Series dedicated to video games of different decades and systems."
On the thirteenth day of Christmas, I gave to myself, The Sega Top 50, a list of the greatest games ever made.
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I’d like to wish all our contributors and readers a very Merry Christmas and a happy and productive New Year. Look for the next Carnival here on January 22nd!