• Announcement: New Review Scale

    Attention readers: I'd like to interrupt your regularly scheduled "hitting F5 on GameCola.net to check for any new articles" for an Important GameCola Announcement. You might've read in our "Mid-Boss"

  • Dear Readers: Details of the Upcoming GameCola

    IT'S OK. THERE IS NO NEED TO PANIC. THE CRISIS HAS ENDED. No, I don't mean the crisis of "what the hell, Paul, why isn't GameCola's brand-spanking new website ready yet?"

  • Versus Mode: Review Ratings, Sonic, the GameCube, and More

    Former GC writer Christian Porter and current GC writer Eric Regan discuss review ratings, the fall of Sonic, online gaming, and more.

  • [NSFW] Super Mario Bros. (NES)

    Inspired by a historic debate on the hills of GameCola Capitol, where 22+ comments were left showing our seven readers that me and Jeddy just don't see eye to eye, I'm covering the first Mario trilog

  • Dear Readers: 7 is Above Average!

    As part of my endless quest to produce as few of my own words as possible while still calling myself a "writer", I’d like to draw everyone’s attention to a comment posted by Matt Gardner in our review of Club House Games in last month's 'Cola.

  • … of the Month: What’s up with all the 10s?

    I’ve been wondering about this for awhile, particularly back when the late, great Stu “Fancy 10s Mickey Mouse Boy” Gipp was still with us. Why are there so many 10s given out in reviews? Correct me if I’m wrong (which I’m not, so don’t bother correcting me), but I thought that, under the clearly defined ratings system of GameCola (carefully set out by the Edicheif himself), a 10 indicates that a game isabsolutely perfect in that category. If that’s true (which it is), then why are 10s more prevalent than bad jokes on Mad TV? To quote the late, great naked Abe Lincoln, “What the crap?”

  • Dear Readers: GameCola Statistics

    DID YOU KNOW THAT...11.1% of all GameCola staff members have been named "Matt?"

  • The GameCola Interview: Chris Morris

    Chris Morris writes a weekly news/commentary column on CNN/Money called "Game Over," making him one of the most-read video game journalists on the 'net.

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    Dear Readers: How GameCola Reviews Work

    Lately a lot of you have been asking me about how the rating system used in our reviews section works; this seems like as good a time and place as any for an explanation.