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03/24/06 | | Aaron Stanton
After nearly a year, Twoplayer Comic's original artist is leaving GamesFirst and moving on to other projects. Noah Kroese's distinctive artwork and sense of humor have helped define TP comics as it exists today, and we wish him the best. Twoplayer will certainly feel his loss. Today's TP comic will be the last with Noah at the artistic reins, and the beginning of our search for an artist worthy of taking his place. Check out the final Twoplayer Comic by Noah Kroese, named after one of the Internet's most annoying aspects: Forum Boys. Best of luck, Noah.

Twoplayer game comics are published at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.



02/21/06 | | Aaron Stanton
Zelda's Tingle is probably one of the most unusual and distinctive characters in video game history. The short, stocky little guy in green tights can be more than annoying; he can be downright creepy at times. Yet does Tingle have a secret identity? When he's not out bothering Link, maybe he's a costume designer for Dead or Alive. You have to admit, the similarities are there. Skin tight clothes. Matching ears. Similar creep factor. Read this week's Twoplayer comic, Tingle's Secret Profession.

Twoplayer game comics are published at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


12/27/05 | | Aaron Stanton
When half your comic team disappears overseas for the holidays, it's hard to keep things running smoothly at a game comic. That doesn't explain all of TP Comics recent venture into the bizarrely inconsistent, but it explains a good portion of it. Now that the Xbox 360 is resting next to piles of used wrapping paper and a Christmas tree suffering from dehydration, it's easier to find the time to make fun of things. Hopefully that means we'll get back into a pattern again here after the new year. Take a look at this week's TwoPlayer comic, FingerBang, the "banned" ad commercial.

Twoplayer game comics are published kinda, sorta weekly at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


11/15/05 | | Aaron Stanton
Sometimes articles rub people the wrong way. Sometimes somebody criticises a beloved video game, or says the wrong thing in an editorial about Nintendo. Sometimes, though, they just mention the fact that they're a girl that happens to play games. This week's twoplayer comic is partially in response to the reader reaction we got from an article we published last week called, A Look Behind Alice: A Woman's Reason for Gaming. The character profile of a casual gamer was received with mixed results. Did You Say Something? is this week's twoplayer comic.

Twoplayer game comics are published weekly at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


11/07/05 | | Aaron Stanton
game: Doom 3
The Doom movie managed to hit #1 in the box office right after its release. Since then, competition from other titles have forced it down the chart, with one magazine reporting a 120% drop less than a week after it's release. Don't ask me how that's possible, except that - if the charts wrap-around to the top of the screen like many old NES games - that would put them way up there at the top. Possibly one of the greatest money makers of all time. Who knows? Take a look at this week's twoplayer comic (Part I and Part II) to see which Doom-isms made a safe transition from the game to the movie.

Twoplayer game comics are published weekly at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


10/24/05 | | Aaron Stanton
game: PSP
Jack Thompson's letter offering to donate $10,000 may have been satirical, but not nearly satirical enough. A number of games designed to meet his criteria have sprung up across the Internet, evidently eager to top the lawyer's demand. It's a good thing that Jonathan Swift's proposal, the one which Thompson compares his own letter to, was a bit more obvious. Crazy things could have happened. Check out this week's twoplayer comic, A Modest Proposal Gone Wrong.

Twoplayer game comics are published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


10/18/05 | | Aaron Stanton
Nintendogs had a strong showing when it released in Europe, helping to drive up sales of the Nintendo DS system by 400 - 700% across the continent, according to Nintendo. The question is, what will Nintendo do next? Other friendly household pets? We've got an idea. Check out this week's twoplayer comic.

Twoplayer game comics are published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


10/03/05 | | Aaron Stanton
The most expensive Xbox 360 bundle now exceeds $4500, and includes everything from the system to a plasma TV. Even without the TV packed inside the box, bundles still run in the $2000 range, with pretty much every extra the Xbox 360 will launch with. Where will it stop? Every time we gamers decide that retailers have finally pushed the limit beyond anything close to reasonable, they go and prove that they can come up with something even better. Check out this week's Twoplayer Comic, Please Sign Here.

Twoplayer game comics are published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


09/25/05 | | Aaron Stanton
The problem with having a controller that looks like a remote control is that millions of people will be obligated to lose it, simply out of principle. That's what one does with a remote control. Now that we've seen the Revolution controller (in a manner of speaking), it's time to get the opinion of other members of the community. Check out this week's Twoplayer comic, Revolution Bill of Health.

Twoplayer game comics are published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


09/18/05 | | Aaron Stanton
GamesFirst brought back an old feature of ours from way back in the day, the GF! Mailbag. Well, as part of the mailbag, we get letters. Most of our letters are good, easily readable, and thought out; some are less so. Do us all a favor and please remember to specify the game that you're playing when you have a question about it. To help illustrate the point, check out this week's Twoplayer comic, Letters to the Editor.

twoplayer game comics are published every Sunday at http://comics.gamesfirst.com.


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