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    The eSports Scene is Still in its Infancy

    I am sure that many of you eSports fans have already heard about the King of Blades controversy that took place within the Heroes of the Storm (HotS) community recently. If you have no idea what I am talking about, pause. We have some catching up to do. To put it simply, a competitive Heroes […] More

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    Ending a Great Video Game? You Just Might Be Suffering From Alternate World Jetlag.

    While claiming to have visited another world will usually only get you strange stares and a possible diagnosis of major psychosis, most fantasy lovers will attest that they have indeed journeyed across space and time to visit faraway lands. Bookworms, film buffs, and gamers have all had the experience of this kind of out-of-body adventure. […] More

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    What Canceling Fable Legends Really Means

    On Monday, March 7th, Microsoft announced the decision to cancel Fable Legends, a decision that does not bode well for the title’s UK development team, Lionhead Studios. In a post on Xbox Wire, Hanno Lemke, General Manager of Microsoft Studios Europe, stated, “After much consideration we have decided to cease development on Fable Legends, and […] More

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    In Defense of The Order: 1886

    Preferences are an extremely interesting concept to me. Evolutionarily, there is no reason for humans to really develop a desire for one thing over another, yet nonetheless, each and every person has unique tastes in regards to food, music, clothing, and especially video games. I’ve lost track of the number of discussions I’ve had explaining […] More

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    Choosing Your Fate – Which Fire Emblem Game?

    Over the years, Nintendo has forced us to make some big decisions. From picking a character for Mario Kart to struggling to choose a starter in Pokemon, Nintendo offers gamers a chance to control their journey. However, when it comes to the newest 3DS Fire Emblem titles, that choice becomes much more challenging.  Fire Emblem […] More

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    Dear Bungie: An Open Letter

    Dear Pete Parsons, CEO of Bungie, I want to start off by saying that I love the work your company has accomplished and am continually amazed by all of it. I was hyped for Destiny long before it came out and was lucky enough to get my hands on the elusive Ghost Edition of the […] More

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    Stay of Execution: Why the Assassin’s Creed Delay is Actually Great

    Recently it came to light that Ubisoft was delaying the release of the next installment in the Assassin’s Creed series for a year. This, despite the upcoming release of the next installment of Assassin’s Creed Chronicles, seemed to be an interesting move for the company who’s already releasing a new Far Cry this year along […] More

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    Gamer Girls: Can We Just Be “Gamers” Too?

    “There’s been an awakening. Have you felt it?” -Supreme Leader Snoke, The Force Awakens I’ve noticed a strange phenomenon in the gaming community. Video game culture, by all estimates an unexpected driving force for many forms of progressivism, has a very odd way of relating to its female members. The reaction seems to be split […] More

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    How Nintendo Seduced Me: Pokemon 20th Anniversary

    I must commend Nintendo for their accomplishments. No matter the type of financial year they may be having, they always find a way to take my money. 2014 brought me a New Wii U, Mario Kart 8, Super Smash Bros and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire. In 2015 I purchased a Nintendo 3DS XL just weeks before […] More

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    Star Wars: The Nostalgia Awakens

    Like many across the world, I watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens the week it came out, and again a subsequent two additional times with family and friends.  Star Wars has a broad appeal.  It’s a space opera, not unlike Star Trek and Doctor Who, that have real, relatable characters dealing with real, relatable situations, […] More

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    Rise of Fallout, Fall of Tomb Raider

    The Holiday Season is always a big time for video games, with several of the AAA titles being released, including the yearly installments, as well as numerous amounts of third party and indie games. The biggest headliners for 2015 included Star Wars Battlefront, Metal Gear Solid V, and Fallout 4, the last of which believed […] More

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    Reflections of a Next-Gen Newb

    I have a rather embarrassing confession to make: I’m completely new to the world of next-gen gaming. In fact, I just bought a PS4 a month ago! No, I hadn’t been living under a rock; it was simply that up until the release of Battlefront, I had been almost completely content to exhaust the options […] More

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