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  • The Essentials Challenge: Aaron Bivens - Devil May Cry

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    Closing in on the final month of our Challenge, and we've got another completion! The last Essential for the month of November is here, for your reading pleasure. Aaron Bivens rectified the great sin of having not played Devil May Cry, and he's... More
  • Remembering Rebekah Lang

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    Often in life we find inspiration Sometimes from where we don't expect it to It may come at us with high radiation Making us passionate in that which we do. In present times No distance is so long Thanks to social media we communicate just fine Enabling... More
  • Puzzle Racers

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    The challenge I put in front of the community was to write about which two genres should fit. It’s a fun thing to think about and a challenge since there were so many genre mixes already made. It’s hard to think of one that was already done... More
  • Game-Making Challenge: The Perfect Quest

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    When I found out the challenge for this month, I knew I wanted to explore what genres could be combined with resource-management games. I’ve been obsessed with the genre lately - particularly Stardew Valley and my new-found love for Animal Crossing... More
  • 50 games I'd like to see

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    So, I'm really excited for UFO 50, and some of the games look great. However, limiting themselves to NES-level design is cool and all, but I'm going to make a UFO 50, but more modernized. Also, these are just spitball ideas, there won't be... More
  • Game Making Challenge: The Next Evolution of Battle Royale

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    Post Updated 11/24/17 First and foremost, if you are trying to post a blog and cannot there is a workaround. Thanks to Marco Polo and GerardoExber for passing the info on to me. If you are trying to post and cannot all you have to do is open one of your... More
  • My prediction for Smash 5's roster: Part 2 (Secondary Franchises)

    Oops, I meant to release this on Wednesday. Well, it's the holidays, so whatever. So in Part 1, I cut Dr. Mario, Zelda/Sheik (they are 1 character, adding a slot) and Lucina. I added Young Link and Decidueye. Part 2: Electric Boogaloo, we are ready... More
  • The Beauty of an Empty World

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    As much as I’m a fan of minimalistic design, I’ve always wanted my games to feel full. I love walking around a world full of detail and hidden secrets. I may be a sucker for a beautiful background, but I can only look at a spacious sky for... More
  • The Best Games Period - Honorable Mention - The Banner Saga

    In 2014, Stoic Games released their Kickstarter indie darling The Banner Saga to massive success. Hailed as "The Oregon Trail, but with fighting and a Norse apocalypse," The Banner Saga went on to generate a sequel as well as a third installment... More
  • Skyrim VR: Exploring the World Again for the First Time

    I can't remember being as excited for a video game release as I was for Skyrim VR this past Friday. As a fan of the standard version, the special edition and virtual reality gaming, this new port promised the opportunity to virtually set foot in Skyrim... More
  • The Essentials Challenge: Widdow Son - Eternal Darkness

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    Another Essential has been completed! This time, dear readers, we have nightmares...We have terror...we have things no mortal man should ever deign to gaze upon, for fear of losing their sanity. Widdow Son , the brave, brave soul, has chosen to play Eternal... More
  • The Adventures Of A Gamer Teacher: United We Stand

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    2017 has been a year full of surprises from all fronts. Ever since March, I've been posting periodically these blog series of mine entitled: The Adventures Of A Gamer Teacher where I share how gaming gifted me yet again by placing gamers as students... More