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See? This is why no one takes the gaming industry seriously.

by 9 months ago

    Over the weekend, a highly volatile spat between iconoclastic game developer Phil Fish and “Annoyed Gamer” Marcus Beer blew up on Twitter, resulting in one of the most explosive meltdowns …

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    5 cool games to help you beat the heat this summer (by staying inside to play them with the A/C on)

    by 9 months ago

      This week in New York it has been crazy hot. Now, I know our fearless leader Ron lives in Phoenix where there’s no shortage of air that feels like a …

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      Fan outcry for Xbox One DRM — only this time it’s requesting it

      by 9 months ago

      Well before its May 21st reveal, certain rumored details about Microsoft’s offering to the eighth console generation was already meeting a highly criticized and unpopular reception. While concerns varied from …

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      A sad farewell to an awesome duder

      by 9 months ago

        Sadness. Shock. Confusion. These are the emotions that run through a person's heart when they've lost someone that they cared for in some way. I didn't know Ryan Davis in …

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        The Ecstacy and Agony of Dice

        by 10 months ago

        There is no such thing as a “Purist” when it comes to dice. One may claim that applying arbitrary randomization to games of skill is worse than a gimmick and …

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        The intersection of YouTube and gaming

        by 10 months ago

          Whether it's gathering around the living room TV or logging into your favorite online game, chances are some of your best gaming memories involve sharing the experience with others. Sure, …

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          Three reasons why Microsoft’s Xbox One surrender hurts gamers

          by 10 months ago

          For once, gamers have had their collective will recognized in the face of corporate opposition - and from no less a source than Microsoft, the lumbering Behemoth to Apple's shimmering Leviathan …

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          Where did all the horror games go? Nowhere.

          by 10 months ago

            It seems like a lot of people have been bemoaning the death of the horror genre lately. Modern gaming, they claim, has abandoned true horror games in favor of shooters which …

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            Nearly half of gamers are female, and other things you didn’t know

            by 10 months ago

              That's right publishers, it's time to stop neglecting games with female leads because you're afraid they won't sell (hint: they do, and not just to women). And gamers, it's time …

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              Freaks and geeks — part two

              by 10 months ago

                Tonight I was certain that I had nowhere to be. I thought perhaps my journey had ended before it began. I had failed you in my attempt at being at …

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                Freaks and geeks — the culture surrounding E3 nightlife

                by 10 months ago

                  There is a world you don’t know about. It is bright and loud and beautiful. People dance and sing. They revel in the madness. This world belongs to the freak …

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                  Games for the Masses–Total Victory!

                  by 10 months ago

                    Rejoice comrades, for we have emerged from our Great Struggle as glorious victors!  Through constant agitating, through endless complaining on twitter, and through endless forum flame-wars, we have made our …

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