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  • Blog Post: PSA: Hug Your Loved Ones

    Recently my family was lucky. Damn lucky. I write this somewhat selfishly, but nonetheless, hear me out; please, give your parents a hug when you see them the next time. Really think about the arguments you might have and ask yourself if they’d truly be worth arguing about if they died in the next...
  • Blog Post: Need writing experience in gaming journalism?

    *I'm not entirely sure if it's okay to ask such a question on my GIO blog but I'm giving it a try. If I'm breaking some sort of rule please delete this as soon as possible or let me know so I can delete it myself. Thank you* Now to give it a try. Almost a month a go I started a little...
  • Blog Post: An introduction to online video slots

    Slot machines have been around long for more than a century. The history of slots starts all the way back in in the year 1985, when car mechanic Charles Fey invented the first mechanical slot machine called the Liberty Bell. This slot machine quickly gained enormous popularity, and Fey just couldn't...
  • Blog Post: Samsara, Part one: The Golden Age V.S. Modern Game "Design"

    Hello! Welcome to the Burnt out student! I'm here to talk about game design and the first topic is the upcoming probable market crash! So I was planing a whole other thing for the start and it was supposed to premiere next week, but the opportunity for a better topic presented itself when Red Ash...
  • Blog Post: What Makes a Great Open World RPG?

    Open world games have become more and more popular in recent years and there are many examples of good open world series such as Assassin's Creed, Red Dead Redemption, Grand Theft Auto and the Arkham series to name just a few. However, it's fairly rare that these gigantic works of art, story...
  • Forum Post: As game technology advances, graphics seem to be regressing. Have we reached a budgetary tipping point in Video Games?

    Over the last few months, I've noticed that my copies of Game Informer are often filled with previews and reviews for indie games. Not that there's anything wrong with indie games; they're a bastion for creativity, a way to vent the quirky ideas a big-budget title may not be willing to take...
  • Forum Post: War of Rights - an FPS for Civil War Fans

    Hello all, My name is GeorgeCrecy, I am the historical adviser for the Danish gaming company known as Campfire Games. We are currently producing a game about the American Civil War, called... This as-yet unreleased and in-progress game is based around the battles of the Maryland Campaign of 1862, which...
  • Forum Post: Participate in a research study looking into people’s experience of playing GTA IV

    My name is Daniel Johnson and I’m the Director of the Games Research and Interaction Design Lab (CHI discipline) at QUT. I’m conducting research into people’s experience of video games. If you’d like to help me in this study I’m looking for people over 15 years of age ,...
  • Forum Post: How Many External Hard Drives

    Ok so I just bought an Xbone Master Chief Collection from GameStop. I learned that the xbone now supports external hard drives but everywhere I have looked I've found that it supports a max of 2. Is this because it only has 2 rear usb3 ports? or could I purchase a usb3 hub and connect multiple drives...
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