Kickstarter Project: PCGamingWiki

Andrew Tsai has put together a Kickstarter project to help fund and expand PCGamingWiki into the future.  In addition, Andrew has jumped on board the Kicking It Forward bandwagon which will take 5% of the entire amount funded and invest in other Kickstarter projects.  We at TPG sincerely hope PCGamingWiki will flourish regardless of the outcome.

TPG Daily Links 2001

As a golf fan, it is sad that the PC has been left in the dust.  After watching The Masters yesterday, I went to install my old copy of Links 2001 only to realize I lost it a few years ago during a move.  Perhaps one day golf will come back to the PC.  Until then, I guess playing Tiger Woods 2008 will have to do.  As far as real links go, we have 13 MMOs to be excited about, a GeForce 680 review, news on OSX getting hit by malware, news on Raspberry Pi and more.

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2011 TPG Holiday PC Games Buying Guide

2011: a great year in PC gaming, as far as we here at TPG are concerned. From the AAA titles we’ve held our breath for, to underground mods that blindsided us, here is a list of our individual top games of the year (and the reasons they made the grade).  For all you last minute shoppers out there, you’ve still got a week to grab them before the new year’s games start to roll in, so make sure to pick them up while the holiday sales are still going strong.  While most of our titles were released in 2011, there are a few we were so impressed with, we just could not pass up the opportunity to mention them.

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Words For The Weekend: TPG Across The Internet

Social Networking.  A love for some and a fiery hate for others.  For those of you who may not know, you can keep up with all things TPG by following, liking, snuggling, spooning or whatever else these sites make you do.





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If we missed a site you think we should be a part of, please let us know in the comments.

Things have been a little slow around here over the last few days because we are working hard to provide some great upcoming content over the next two weeks.  Here is a sneak peek:

Reviews for: LA Noire, Skyrim, Dead Rising 2: Off The Record, UnEpic, Cardinal Quest, F1 2011, InMomentum and Modern Warfare 3.  We also have a few interviews and original articles growing in our hatchery.

Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, but Words Cannot Hurt Call of Duty

By Carlin Au

If games were students at a school, distinguishing their different cliques would be very easy. Games like Skyrim, Battlefield 3, and Batman: Arkham City would be the jocks of the school. Grand Theft Auto, Saint’s Row, and Just Cause would probably be the kids who just don’t care about anything. But, what about Call of Duty? It seems that Call of Duty is in its own category; it’s hated by many, but also loved by many. Those who hate the franchise like to go out of their way to insult it for whatever reasons, but here are a few common ones.

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November 2011 TPG Survey

Since we started TPG at the end of July, we have seen a steady increase in popularity and willingness from developers and publishers of all backgrounds to work with us in providing review copies, giveaways and time to answer interview questions.  We would now like to offer our readers the opportunity to give us the feedback we need in order to continue progressing in the right direction.

Please take a few minutes to fill out our ten question survey.  You can make this as simple or as detailed as you like, but the more information you give us, the better understanding we will have moving forward.

Thanks in advance,

TPG Staff

CurrentGen Interviews TPG

With all of the interviews TPG conducts, it was only a matter of time before the tables were turned on us.  Podcast broadcast vets Phil and Thez from CurrentGen reached out to us for an audio interview and we gladly accepted.  In this 90 minute PC Gaming Special, you will hear first hand how TPG got started, analysis on our scoring system, thoughts on the PC gaming industry as a whole and much more.  I also recommend checking out the rest of their Podcasts as well.  Click the link above and then either download the MP3 directly or use their in-browser audio player.

This was a great exposure for us and we thank Phil and Thez for offering to put us on their stage.

I would also like to take this opportunity to publicly thank not only all of the developers who have gone out of their way to make time to work with us, but every writer here at TPG.  Without the hard work and dedication shown on a consistent basis by Mike A & B, Carlin, George, Armaan, Nick, Nathan, Noah and Luke, TPG would simply not exist.

Thank you.

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