Scott Jones of Crispy Gamer has made claims that Resident Evil 5 is chock full of racism. Do these allegations stand up to the defense of logic and smart thinking? Short answer: no.

Buggy games and poor design choices are forgiven all the time for popular franchises and favored development studios. So how come when a game tries to be innovative and actually deliver a new game experience, they are punished for not sticking to all the same conventions that make so many games stale?

After the announcement of yet another on-rails shooter for the Nintendo Wii, one has to wonder if developers are even trying anymore.

Despite a great start for the franchise over ten years ago, it has fallen into some rather troublesome writing and story telling. But at least the combat is fun!

Chris steps into the shoes of Vin Diesel for the Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena and Wheelman demos. While disappointed he isn’t that ripped in real life, he is rather excited for the finished products of each of these games.

Gaming 101 takes a look at Nintendo’s Super Paper Mario, a side scrolling platformer that constantly flips its two dimensional world into the third.

Where games are analyzed and discussed without the bias or the pretentious attitude.

While GamerTagged primarily seeks to cater to audiences of folks that already game, there is a second purpose to provide a section for non-gamers to understand and introduce them to this world of entertainment. All of these articles are labeled under the “Parents” section, as it is usually parents that need help understanding this foreign electronic medium.

Gaming 101 is about providing introductory games to those jumping into the gaming culture.

Chris takes a look at The Legend of Zelda’s game engine, and how problematic it is for hobbyist gamers and newcomers alike.

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