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Global Agenda Review Up

While Global Agenda at first glance looks like a pretty easy game to review, it still puts me in a rather awkward position. It might appear as a simple third person deathmatch shooter, but it isn’t just that – it also includes MMO-like aspects, including a persistent world map where player organizations, called agencies, battle for supremacy and rare resources. It has levels, experience points, gear; all the stuff you’d expect to find in a massive multiplayer game.

My review of Global Agenda is up on our international site, all kinds of disclaimers in place. Review spoiler: I’m enjoying it immensely.

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GRTV: Another day at the office (bloopers galore)

Everybody loves bloopers, right? The editing guys dug through the archives of the year and found a lot of them – why do so many include me? I comfort myself with the fact that this episode also feature Thomas a lot.

Peter Moore does a quick cameo and there’s also a clip from my disastrous interview with two of the guys from Mythic during Gamescom. I was asking questions about Marc Jacobs and Bioware that they did not want to answer. Sorry about that!

It’s been a fun year with GRTV, we’ll just have to see how 2010 turns out.

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My Aion review, as translated by Google

To be the game that puts so much emphasis on the fly and to showcase stylish screenshots of characters with wings, we spend an awful lot of time in Aion to run around on the ground. Even when I visit Pandaemonium, one of the two capitals, forced me to get around on foot. Once I can take to the skies, I bounded by a malignant sunset. So much for being a Daeva, half-divinely chosen to fight for my people and against the evil Balaur.

I love Google Translate. Anyway, my review of Aion is published on our site (in Swedish) and here it is translated by Google (into some strange moon language).

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