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  • Blog Post: Who's Afraid Of Zoe Quinn?

    If there is one thing that the Internet doesn't need, it is the fanning of flame wars. What it does need, however, is perspective. That is what I want this blog to achieve. There seem to be two Internets, two gaming cultures: the always-online community who can bring down multi-billion dollar companies...
  • Forum Post: Why do we always preorder and fall to the hype train?

    Just curious into other opinions. We see all these "gameplay" and cinematic trailers for games these days, and then preorder the game, and then moan about it being bad when it is released? Is it not your fault if you preorder a game that if it turns out to be ***? Or is it the companies who...
  • Forum Post: Call of Duty Advanced Warfare or Assasins Creed Unity

    Which one should i get first and Which one will you buy? Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, has been on the top of my game list for the last 5 years or so, with its multi-player holding me steady to it. The new age guns with almost infinate ammo is not a boost for me, though the exo-skeleton and the moving...
  • Forum Post: Which game should i get Call of Duty Advanced Warfare or Assasins Creed Unity

    both look awesome and come out seemingly close together but only can afford one game right now.... So being said, which of these games should i get and which one would you prefer..?
  • Forum Post: A Fundamental Problem With Destiny

    I just started playing the Destiny Beta, and I was having a grand ol' time. I loved creating my character (although I am hoping it will be way more intricate in the final build) and I loved fighting along side people. Until this one mission that was about an hour long. Long missions don't bother...
  • Forum Post: Beta Testers for iOS and Andriod game wanted

    After speaking to a mod, I don't believe there is anything wrong with posting this on here... Runway Games Studios is seeking beta testers for our first ever game called Red Sea Exodus. It is an infinity runner which captures the style of some of the more classic games while allowing for users to...
  • Blog Post: Weekend At MAGfest

    Forewarning: This is extremely long! Thank you in advance for those of you brave enough to read this anyway. As the weekend draws near I find myself reflecting on the events of the previous one. Last weekend for the first time ever I attended MAGfest and it was the event of a lifetime! How is it that...
  • Blog Post: Stats in Games

    I find in-game stats really useful for the player, when you study them you can actually know if you are statistically good at a game or not (and for us gamers that is a really important thing, isn't it?), they will give you an in-depth look at how you play, for example, in a Shooting game the stats...
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Shut Up And Have Fun

    For eight years, I’ve looked forward to attending E3 each summer. With its extravagant booths and surprising reveals, the annual conference is a fitting celebration of an industry that so many of us love. Between getting a first taste of next-gen consoles, great games, and exciting new experiences...
  • Blog Post: The War of the Platforms

    The Nintendo Consortium, the Sony Republic, the Microsoft Commonwealth, and the PC Empire. Each platform has thousands of valiant troops, ready to attack the enemy at a moments notice. Nintendo releases the Wii, shocking and horrifying the hardcore fans who later defect over to Sony and Microsoft. Steam...
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