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06 Apr

I Hate That I Was Right – Goodbye OnLive

Back in 2014, I wrote an opinion piece about OnLive, where I ultimately said that they were going to fail. This article got me quite a bit of hate over at the OnLive forums, and...

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06 Apr

Bloodborne is… fantastic?

I have mixed feelings, to be entirely honest with you. On one hand, the game looks visually fantastic. I just love the gothic atmosphere, and the enemy design is amazing. The difficulty is something that...

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08 Aug

[Rant] PC Gaming: Alive, Well, and Living in Miami.

PC gaming apparently has the most sales and users per capita, because everybody has a fucking computer. Unfortunately, they group shitty Facebook games by companies like Zynga in with releases from the bigger publishers. The...

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27 Jul

[Editorial] How Sales Help and Harm the Industry.

How do sales of a console translate to a better gaming experience? Some would argue that they don’t, but some would also argue that without a game or console selling, many multi-million selling franchises wouldn’t...

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18 Jul

Featured Indie: Retro Runner

Stratum Games are a relatively unknown indie game collective based in Toronto. They are also the sole proprietors of their newest indie sensation, Retro Runner. This game is about as nostalgic as it gets. You...

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06 Jul

[Editorial] The History of DLC and Its Hold On Video Gaming

Downloadable Content or DLC has become the route for which all popular (and some Indie) games have taken to further the life of their product. The biggest impact that this poses for gamers is that...