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02 Jul

Carnival of Video Game Bloggers, June 2011

Welcome to the June 2011 edition of the Carnival of Video Game Bloggers.

The Legendary Carmine presents Dante’s Inferno posted at Side Story Games – Game Reviews. Here’s an in-depth look at the game Dante’s Inferno. Worth a read, especially if you might be interested in the game about the epic poem.

Maxwell randomly presents E Rated Games Aren’t All Crap posted at Maxwell Randomly. Sounds like someone other than me is fed up with the stereotype that E rated games are only for the wee ones.

Jeski presents Drawn: Dark Flight posted at Sublime Play, saying, “This is a pretty blog full of pictures and reviews of particularly beautifully designed puzzle and adventure games. The linked entry is one such review. :)” A nice detailed review of the game Drawn: Dark Flight. Looks like an interesting game, hopefully I’ll find time to try it out sometime.

Grady presents To Washington: A Few Tips from the World of Video Games posted at The Outlaw and The Elitist. An amusing look at some lessons politicians could learn from video games. Of course, that would require them to play the games instead of trying to ban them.

Meg presents The Cave Is A Lie posted at Simpson’s Paradox. A quick bit of info about a bug suffered in a game Meg’s working on, and the achievement players suffering from this bug can find. For the reference of those reading, any chance we could get the name of this game so anyone possibly affected knows to be careful here?

Niels Van Hellemont presents Pre-Played: Star Wars: The Old Republic posted at The Grumbler, saying, “Taking a look at the upcoming BioWare game The Old Republic.” Niels has a preview for the new MMO coming from Bioware. Looks awesome, but my longstanding prohibition against paying monthly for MMOs means I’ll still likely be passing on this one.

Niels Van Hellemont presents Character Bio – Kratos posted at The Grumbler, saying, “Enjoy this in-depth look at the God Of War protagonist, Kratos.” A recounting of the story of the God of War series, a good read if you don’t mind spoilers or have already finished the game.

Jeremy Friedman presents How to Set Up a Minecraft Multiplayer Server posted at GeekGamut.com, saying, “A complete guide on how to set up and run a Minecraft Multiplayer Survival server.” As it says, instructions to set up a Minecraft server once you have the game. Great for those who want to play host to other gamers, but aren’t quite sure how to get started.

That concludes this edition of the Carnival of Video Game Bloggers. Join us next month for more great gaming info. You can use the carnival submission form to submit posts for next month’s carnival. Be sure to check out some of the posts of other submitters and perhaps leave a friendly comment or two if you like their work.


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