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  • Everything about Visceral's closing is wrong

    For a fan of a certain kind of video game, Visceral's shutdown couldn't be more bleak. From Game Informer's news post : Work on the game will slowly wind down at Visceral as EA shutters the studio and will transfer to EA Vancouver, who had... More
  • Further Thoughts on Density 2, and GI in General

    So I've had a good amount of time to play through Destiny 2, unlike certain game writers who have to cram for it and release their opinions as quickly as possible. That's the business, but let's be honest - their opinions don't count for... More
  • Support Your Local Farmer

    This is my first time making it to winter. It’s my first time building a barn and naming my cow. It’s the first time I cleared out my farm. This is the first time I made a home in Stardew Valley. Stardew Valley is a game that I love to start... More
  • The Best Games Period - Honorable Mention - Red Faction

    Red Faction released in 2001 for the PlayStation 2, PC, and N-Gage. In this Honorable Mention, Daniel mostly discusses the widely acclaimed PS2 version of the title, which strove to make a name for itself in the shooting genre by implementing environmental... More
  • Korix Saves My Family

    I am hovering in space, looking out over the board, surveying my progress. My strategy is well underway. I have laid defensive walls to give my workers a clear path to a secondary energy crystal when my primary energy source runs dry. My home base has... More
  • My ideal N64 Classic

    So I was going to do a GBA Classic, but then it got deleted due to me trying to delete an image link that was longer than Desert Bus. Long story short: Original GBA design and 20 games: Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap, Metroid Fusion... More
  • Do Gamers Know Their Cover Art? 10/15/17 Challenge Edition!

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    WELCOME TO ANOTHER DO GAMERS KNOW THEIR COVER ART! Welcome one and all to my cover art guessing game. These posts occur twice a month, with the first post of each month being somewhat easy and the second post of each month being more of a challenge. There... More
  • Building the Perfect Game Boy Classic Edition

    While Nintendo's brand new home console/handheld hybrid, the Switch, has undoubtedly been their hottest product of 2017, oddly enough a plug and play console has achieved a similarly high amount of publicity and hype. I'm referring of course to... More
  • Game Protocol – Bringing Gaming to The Next Level

    Jonathan Swerdlow – Game Protocol CEO With the release of Bitcoin in 2009, blockchain technology and decentralization was introduced to the public in a viable way. Since the release of Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency scene has grown at a mind-boggling... More
  • 5 Most Beautiful Gaming Theme Songs

    "Where words fail, music speaks." - H. C. Andersen Music is magical. It is used to express what cannot be said. It is used to establish tone, enhance emotions and immerse the player into the fictional universe. There are many beautiful soundtracks... More
  • Top Ten Gaming Beverages

    1. Coffee: The go to beverage for any gamer with a love for comfort and alertness. Coffee will also leave you with a sensation that you are sophisticated and smarter than your peers 2. Orange juice: If I'm going to be gaming in the morning, nothing... More
  • Is Black Clover worth your time? Probably not, but I have alternatives!

    Black Clover is all of two episodes in on Crunchyroll and I'm here to tell you why it's an anime that I want to like, but it's already facing an uphill battle. Seriously...Asta's mouth never closes... Black Clover begins like any other... More