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SUNDAY, SUNDAY, SUNDAY Weekly Wrap-up: 9/22 Edition

by 11 months ago

    In a week filled with so much gaming news, it’’s amazing that one new release can have such a remarkable impact, overshadowing everything else. That’’s right. I’’m talking about Farm …

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    Gaming Trend presents… The 50 Greatest PC Games of Generation Y

    by 11 months ago

      We’ve rounded up 50 PC games that I consider to be most influential to me, as well as to members of my generation who grew up with a deep love …

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      Halo 4 Champions Bundle DLC – Impressions

      by 1 year ago

      Halo 4 may no longer be the center of attention during this busy gaming season that will give rise to a new generation of consoles, but for fans like myself …

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      The Cons and Cons of Victory Points

      by 1 year ago

        In my recent review of Conquest of Nerath I eviscerated the game for using arbitrary measures for “victory.” The truth about that game is that there are only losers for …

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        Kickin’ the Can Down the Road – Kickstarter’s accountability problem

        by 1 year ago

          Remember Kickin' It? It was a weekly look at some of the best and most interesting projects that Kickstarter had to offer. It was fun to write, and I really …

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          Editorial: Good At Chess

          by 1 year ago

            I used to be good at chess.  Not great, but as with all my interests I rarely contribute the substantial energy and time to summit the mountain of the merely …

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            Are Digital Board Games Better?

            by 1 year ago

            Ask most people if they want to play a board game, and few would expect to be handed an iPad. Yet the convergence of traditional “analog” board games and their …

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

            by 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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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