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LinksOcarina The E3 Conundrum
by LinksOcarina
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Posted on Saturday, June 14 2014
Man, E3 sucks lately doesn’t it? Perhaps it is just my jaded outlook on the gaming industry as of late, but for the last few years, the Electronic Entertainment...
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Posted on Monday, June 2 2014
A few weeks ago I had finally finished Dark Souls II for PC. Since finishing that game, I haven't really been playing anything else. I should be, considering I have...
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ryanbates To Those in Isla Vista
by ryanbates
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Posted on Sunday, May 25 2014
It's not gaming related, which is why I kept this in my personal blog, but let me just say, to the residents of Isla Vista and the students at both UC Santa Barbara...
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sliverstorm Publishers to Nintendo: "Wii don't need U."
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Posted on Friday, May 23 2014
The Wii U does not play nicely with third-party publishers. Its computing power is insufficient to support straight ports from other eighth generation consoles....
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UrbanMasque "How do I make him jump?"
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Posted on Wednesday, May 14 2014
Fact: Games are beneficial to a child's development and help improve the quality of your life. Well, this isn't really a fact as mush as it is a strong opinion,...
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ryanbates Come Forth, Comrades
by ryanbates
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Posted on Wednesday, May 7 2014
Soooo... I think I need more comrades. I mean, we have to examine two facts here: 1.) I rock. 2.) Most of you rock as well. It's simple math, people. Feel free to send a comrade invite.
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ShadeTail First World Problems: PC Games Don't Support USB Controllers Anymore
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Posted on Sunday, May 4 2014
Has anyone else noticed that pretty much every single recent PC game, from the biggest triple-A titles to the smallest indie games, only has gamepad support for the Xbox 360 controller?
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Posted on Thursday, April 24 2014
Metal Gear Solid was a watershed moment in gaming for me. The graphics, at the time, were phenomenal; the story was winding and engaging; the gameplay was sharp...
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shandog137 So much more than war...
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Posted on Friday, April 18 2014
The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came...
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danielrbischoff Peace in the Era of Call of Duty
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Posted on Tuesday, April 15 2014
In a world dominated by violent media, Americans are no more eager to go to war than they were in the 1980s or the 1960s or the 1940s. Hasn't it always been someone else's problem?
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