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Game Show Ticket

I keep thinking this is one of the Game Show tickets from @playglitch.Continue readingGame Show Ticket

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Pi Day! (with pictures)

This week included March 14th, or 3/14, the holiday in commemoration of a certain special number celebrated by geeks and nerds everywhere. The homophony with pie provides instructions on how said day should be observed.…Continue readingPi Day! (with pictures)

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Victoria Cousland

I have been meaning to post this character for months now (literally, I started this draft back in October), but I kept thinking I would finish her story. I beat the game the first time…Continue readingVictoria Cousland

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RPGs Are Powered by Characters, Not Stats

I am super-excited about Dragon Age 2, Bioware’s latest RPG. One thing that always comes up when a new RPG is released however, is whether or not the gameplay has been “dumbed down.” The idea…Continue readingRPGs Are Powered by Characters, Not Stats

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Crytek Is Going to Be Just Fine

Remember Crysis? That mediocre first-person shooter with massive hardware requirements that turned “But can it run Crysis” into a phrase that still hasn’t left the geek culture consciousness? The studio behind the game, cleverly named…Continue readingCrytek Is Going to Be Just Fine

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Here’s the Windup

We’ve got our second test on Monday, so this week I’ve been more and more occupied with studying and preparing for that. In other words, I’m going to be less busy starting this coming Tuesday.…Continue readingHere’s the Windup

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Quitting: Ensuring Everybody That Matters Loses

Game modding communities thrive on the free exchange of knowledge that ranges from the developers adopting a mod-friendly attitude to the hobbyists who share their work and knowledge with comrades. The community thrives on clever…Continue readingQuitting: Ensuring Everybody That Matters Loses

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Buying Elsewhere Is Not Cheating

Ignorant corporate executive Cory Ledesma thinks buying games used somehow cheats developers (read: his company, THQ), so he doesn’t have any problem with tying a game’s online multiplayer  mode to a one-time-use code. This is…Continue readingBuying Elsewhere Is Not Cheating