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Destructamundo Preview

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The best puzzle games are ones that are easy to learn but difficult to master. Sure, anyone can beat a level of Peggle, but can they do it with only four balls? How about just one? Angry Birds allows progress by popping all the pigs, but those who really want to show the world their skills need to do it with the least amount of resources used.

Interview with Remember Me's Jean-Maxime Moris

Remember Me Screenshot

Completely new intellectual properties are a rarity these days. New ones starring female lead characters are even rarer. Thanks to Capcom picking up publishing duties, Remember Me from French developer DONTNOD Entertainment will be making its way to the United States on June 4. In addition to satisfying both of those criteria, It also looks like a great action title with some interesting ideas, so Jean-Maxime Moris, co-founder and creative director of DONTNOD Entertainment was gracious enough to answer the questions we had about the dynamics of crafting a female-led title and how the game's "memory" theme applies to gameplay.

GC Reader of the Week: Gaia Steinbuch

GC Reader of the Week - Gaia Steinbuch

Who are you?
I'm Gaia Steinbuch.

What kind of gamer are you?
I'm interested in lots of different types of games—but my favourite genre would have to be role-playing games (RPGs) and older real-time strategy games (RTSs). I mostly play single player games (I like a game with a good story), sometimes co-op with my boyfriend. I never play multiplayer with strangers, it doesn't appeal to me. I prefer to play games in shorter periods of times because I get tired easily. I play most of my games on the PC but I also own a PS3, Wii and DS on which I game now and then.

GC Reader of the Week: Albert Hidding

GC Reader of the Week - Albert Hidding

Who are you?
My name is Albert Hidding. I'm a 25 year old Film Studies student. I adore culture and especially film, games, music and theatre.

Where are you?
I live in Utrecht, a city in the middle of The Netherlands. But I actually travel a lot, since my University and my girlfriend are each located in a different town. In November I will also be doing an internship for a film festival in yet another city. Fortunately The Netherlands is really small and Dutch students receive free travel with public transport.

GC Reader of the Week: Andreas Tang

GC Reader of the Week - Andreas Tang 

Who are you?
My name is Andreas Tang (usually logged in as aHei)

Where are you?
I'm originally Chinese (Hong Kong) but was born in Belgium.

Where are you from?
I'm currently in Brussels.

GC Reader of the Week: Chris Johnson

GC Reader of the Week Chris Johnson and his girlfriend

Who are you?
Christopher David Butler Johnson - or Chris for short. 32 years old.

Where are you?
Currently living in Leuven, Belgium (near Brussels)

Where are you from?
Born and raised in Minnesota, I spent a number of years in and around Chicago, with stints in Ann Arbor, Berkeley, and Boston. Minnesota is still home, but in an alien sort of way.

GC Reader of the Week: Tim van Ingen

GC Reader of the Week Tim van Ingen

Who are you?
Name's Tim van Ingen, 32 years old.

Where are you?
I live in Osaka, Japan.

Where are you from?
Haarlem, The Netherlands.

GC Reader of the Week: Eapen Leubner

GC Reader of the Week Eapen Leubner

Who are you?
I'm an opera singer and long time GameCritics reader and podcast listener.

Where are you?
I am based in Brooklyn, NY but I travel a bit.

Where are you from?
Just outside of Rochester, NY but I singing has taken me from Ithaca, NY to Seattle, WA, to Binghamton, NY to Denver, CO to New York, NY to Fairbanks, Alaska with tons of small stops in between.

GC Reader of the Week: Gary Howard

Gary Howard GameCritics.com User of the Week

My name is Gary Howard, a 20 year old British student of game design and lover of games and the industry. Also a massive geek with too many videogame-related t-shirts to wear.

Samuel Spaeth enters the world

The GameCritics.com Staff would like to welcome its newest member, Samuel Kirk Spaeth.

Baby Sam
Little Sammy telling Tim what he thinks of the GameCritics.com podcast.

Proud poppa, Tim Spaeth, reports that he was born Wednesday morning (April 15th) and weighed in at 7 pounds, 4 ounces.

Sadly, being born on Tax Day virtually guaranteed that he, his parents and President Obama will be about the only people in the United States celebrating that day.

Congratulations to Tim and his wife from everyone at GameCritics.com.

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