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Multiplayer as a dedicated mode in gaming is only growing.
Yet, despite all of the “anti-social” gamer stereotypes gaming is an inherently
social experience. After all, whether we play single or multiplayer based games
here we are in a shared space discussing our
While my Xbox 360 continues its decline towards obscurity in the wake of the Xbox One and Playstation 4, my time with my Xbox 360 has given me many hours of fun gaming. The latest console generation is only beginning. Certainly, I hope that highlights of video game accessibility transition into the current consoles. But looking all of the way back to my Xbox 360's early days reminds me of both the unique experiences and the highly polished AAA titles that kept me gaming as a deaf gamer.
A brand new article must await next week as I spent this weekend catching up on deadlines and drafting new blogs about topics that I (and hopefully you will too) find interesting. For tonight, here is a look back on the Gears of War franchise that I originally wrote for dagersystem.com. Personally, the Gears of War franchise took time for me to get used to its slower shooter gameplay. Once I understood how to play the game I eagerly pursued all of the titles. I may be late to the party but the slower, team based multiplayer is a fun experience that I am glad I didn't miss.