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  • Blog Post: The Argument for Destiny

    So quickly did the gaming community turn their loaded guns at Bungie and cry foul at them. Let's sit back and take a look at the entire package that we received and realize what is in our hands thanks to Destiny. Early on, we can tell that this is campy sci-fi pastiche ...the sidekick robot isn't...
  • Blog Post: Project Zomboid: A Love Letter

    Just yesterday I was sitting in my room, flipping through the latest edition of GameInformer, which was absolutely fantastic, by the way, when I came across a little section about a game called Project Zomboid, for PC. After reading the little blurb about it, I decided to hop on Steam, and check it out...
  • Blog Post: NPD: More Than One Third Of U.S. Population Plays PC Games

    And to think they said PC gaming was dead. The platform is not only living, it's thriving according to a new NPD study that claims 37 percent of the U.S. population over the age of nine plays PC games. These aren't just passing fancies, either. The report suggests this contingent plays an average...
  • Blog Post: The Sims 4 and Holding Back Content in Gaming

    When it comes to video games, holding back content can be both good and bad for developers and consumers alike. In the past, buying a game meant you now had the right to play all of its content and there was a general assumption that everything the game promised would be contained within said disc or...
  • Forum Post: Re: The Gaming Thread

    Anyone here have a 3DS? Then you might've heard about the strangely titled, New 3DS & New 3DS XL (LL in Japan). I currently have a Pokemon X & Y themed XL version and I'm really curious about whether I should get this new version. As the following article states, it has enough new upgrades...
  • Blog Post: The Many Faces Of The Modern Gamer/Jerk

    These days, I hear a lot of talk about the "ugly gamer". Ironically, much of that dialogue originates from within the gaming community itself. Sometimes, it almost seems to me that many gaming journalists have taken it upon themselves to offer penance in behalf of other, more poorly behaved...
  • Forum Post: What is the Future of Gaming?

    I did a blog about this but since it was my very first blog ever, it didn't get much interest so i thought i might try posting it here. Because of my personality and the way i think, I've always thought about the future and what it holds. Future is a word that, when thought about, means endless...
  • Forum Post: help on steam

    please take a look at our game on steam and kick-starter ,comments and votes most welcome https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1910846425/the-corridor-on-behalf-of-the-dead http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=293384617 Thanks :-)
  • 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: Me and PostApocalypse 2: Scraping - new post apocalyptic FPS

    Hi all. Iwould liketo tell you aboutthe new gameisa first person shooterwith elementsof survival Me andPostApocalypse2: Scraping . Me and PostApocalypse 2: Scraping - this first person shooter with elements of survival and adventure games for Windows/Linux. This sequel to the game Me and PostApocalypse...
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