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  • Why Online Social Games Are Beginning to Appeal to Hardcore Gamers

    Gamers have long been divided into the hardcore players and the casual gamers, with the hardcore generally having nothing but derision for the games in the casual genre. If you are unsure of the distinction, the term ‘hardcore’ generally refers... More
  • Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition Gets A New Trailer And A Release Date!

    Exciting news for Zelda fans! Nintendo recently released a new trailer showing off some of the original story for Hyrule Warriors. We also see a bit of gameplay from a variety of the playable character roster. The game will release in Japan on March 22... More
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Was Created By 40 Developers!

    Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was my favorite JRPG of 2017. It was a great finish for what was a historic year for the Nintendo Switch . Many were skeptical the game would release in 2017 at all, and it's actually quite surprising it did with how few developers... More
  • The Best Ways to Implement Microtransactions

    (Originally posted January 8, 2018 on Derin Loe Gaming ) The latter half of 2017 was filled with controversies surrounding the use of microtransactions and loot boxes within some of the premier titles of the year. Star Wars: Battlefront II, Need for Speed... More
  • Review: Secretlab Titan

    It seems like every time I get a setup for gaming I have something that goes wrong. TV stand is too small, speaker bar blocks the bottom of the TV, not enough HDMI ports and so on. Since I have moved back home I have had only one recurring issue. My chair... More
  • Subnautica Review: A Return to The Deep

    A while back, I reviewed an Early Access game that was getting a lot of attention. It was finally released a week and a half ago, and while I have yet to complete the story, I can review it fully as someone who played almost the whole game already(you... More
  • The Adventures of a Gamer Teacher Special: Multiplayer Joy

    As humans To interact is to live As gamers To have fun is key. Through communication Meetings can be arranged Sometimes they are somewhat like vacations Which I am grateful they take place. Multiplayer Local or around the world Sometimes to play with... More
  • Crisis Core theories

    [Major spoiler ahead] Genesis died in Crisis Core: The Lifestream. That's what we call the river of life that circles our planet, giving life to the world and everything in it. —Marlene, in the prologue to Advent Children ✺ The scene when Zack... More
  • Mega Man Legends Nostalgia

    I don’t mean to keep bringing up games I’ve discussed in blogs past , but I feel that it’s good to talk about nostalgia. Until recently, the past few years for me consisted mostly of nostalgic gaming. I was in college, and didn’t... More
  • GMC: Building Realms

    I like the environment in games, the world it inhabits and showcases. Sometimes it can be a vast jungle of an urban city like Fallout 4 or it can be ruined world full of culture like Darksiders 2, and what they all have is a story embedded in every landmark... More
  • Thoughts on Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia

    Four days ago, the long-awaited 2015 Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game finally came stateside with the release of its PlayStation 4 port, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. I tried out the open beta, and while it was enjoyable and certainly visually outstanding... More
  • Carving Gaming Rushmores Episode 3 – Crappiest Platforming Mascots

    From Shadow the Hedgehog to Bubsy we assemble a rogues gallery of platforming embarrassments.

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