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Windows 10 Review for Dummies
By Ivory_Soul
Posted on 08/11/15
After all these years, and growing up with Windows 3.1, I have seen an entire evolution of computers and software. Touch screens and large resolutions were a pipe dream just 15 years ago. Now it's the norm. Going from a Packard Bell (yes, before HP) that couldn't run 3D Ultra Mini...

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Artifical Intelligence? More like powerful and broken intellegence
Ah, the good ol AI. Whether they enjoy screwing you over with their stupidity, or gleefully raping you with cheap tricks and blatant cheating, AI is almost every gamer's bane.
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Posted on Thursday, May 1 2008
wildmario
wildmario

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Indie Gaming
(Its alternative - Mel) I am no pioneer of pop culture, I was not one of the originals and I was not the last of the blood and sweat brigade. I'm not one of those...
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Posted on Wednesday, April 30 2008
3scapism
3scapism

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Sanity: Not for me, thanks.
Lately, I've been getting more and more fed up. Not with difficulty curves so large it seems as if you've run down a hill only to run head-first into a wall made out of diamond.
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Posted on Sunday, April 20 2008
Tyrranis
Tyrranis

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Its Coming...
I have received word that there is a new up-and-coming way to play games. This is only available to the money friendly people though. It is a system that actually puts you totally in the game.
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Posted on Thursday, April 17 2008
splinter1991
splinter1991

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The death of the PC?
Back in the early nineties, a revolution of videogames began on the Personal Computer. Wolfenstein3D and Doom shot out the First Person Shooters (FPS). Command...
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Posted on Saturday, April 12 2008
Eyebrowsbv31
Eyebrowsbv31

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Droughts and Drizzles
Year after year, for as long as I can remember, we video game buying people have gone through the same floods and droughts of releases. Like turning gears in some...
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Posted on Wednesday, April 9 2008
tom-
tom-

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I should be charging admission to my living room!
What did movies start as?Short, almost pointless means of entertainment that were being produced simply because the technology to do so had become readily available.
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Posted on Wednesday, April 9 2008
Yokiro
Yokiro

2,055 views
Shock Treatment
Very few games nowadays do horror effectively. There are many typical routes that writers take to induce a scary experience. To name a few of the better examples...
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Posted on Tuesday, April 8 2008
3scapism
3scapism

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Sequels, a love/hate affair
Sequels, always expected, yet hated almost just as much. Movies and novels all have a sequel at some point and they are always welcomed by the fans since they want to see more.
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Posted on Friday, April 4 2008
wildmario
wildmario

2,330 views
Squeezing Blood from Asphault
Without a doubt, driving games are my favorite genre. I had practically fallen out of touch with console gaming until a little game called Star Wars Episode 1: Racer entered my life.
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Posted on Wednesday, April 2 2008
tom-
tom-

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Tech Support offering nothing but my anger
Well my Vox Pop winning entry has a follow up of sorts, although loosely based on the original, shortly after I received my Guitar Hero 3, I got a call back from one of the places I applied to.
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Posted on Monday, March 31 2008
Icepick
Icepick

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Gaming Addiction
Addiction's a funny thing. There are people, know-it-all people, who would claim a person has an addiction if they frequently indulge in something they enjoy whether...
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Posted on Thursday, March 27 2008
maca2kx
maca2kx

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originality in videogaming
When I was a kid, I remember small games that turned out to be revolutionary in the end. Those games were Mario, Metroid, Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill and many others.
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Posted on Monday, March 24 2008
Solaris10
Solaris10

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