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Fortnite: Build, Protect, Survive, Repeat

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AND ZOMBIES!   Us gamers, we have a tendency to love games with zombies as evidenced by titles such as Left 4 Dead, Dead Rising, and who can forget Nazi Zombies?  Epic Games calls the above creatures monsters, but they aren’t fooling anyone.   Those are zombies in my book!  As gamers, we also like to play with others (get ... Read More »

Magnetic By Nature review – An attractive experience

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Magnetic By Nature is the tale of a robot, lost deep underground in the remnants of what appears to be a 1920s Art Deco technological utopia. The Art Deco vibe carries throughout the whole game, tying together otherwise dissimilar levels into a coherent journey through the abandoned metropolis. The object of this journey is a simple one – to reach ... Read More »

IMO: How Freddy’s Shows Difficult Games are Good

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Remember the first time you started this gig? The dude on the phone said that the animatronics were a bit wonky, yeah, but you never took to heart just how serious he was being. Started the night with a cup of coffee and a view of the whole place from inside your cozy office. You never knew that you were ... Read More »

A Bird Story Review – An Emotionally Riveting Tale

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This game is the second of a few games in the To The Moon universe, published and developed by FreeBird Games (No pun intended? Maybe?) To The Moon was a near masterpeice of storytelling, so did A Bird Story live up to the freakish success of To The Moon? Well, no. But while this game does not meet with the quota ... Read More »

IMO: How Ubisoft Lost its Way

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Assassin’s Creed is an action adventure franchise published by Ubisoft. It can be said to be their most popular franchise to date, with fans worldwide, and a total of 10 games released for several platforms. Assassin’s Creed: Unity is the most recent addition to the roster, and as many have experienced, it is not just buggy, and unfinished, but also ... Read More »

First Person Saturday – Darkwatch

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Welcome back to First Person Saturday, the weekly series where I will be taking a look at some of the worst the First Person Shooter genre has to offer. Last week I suffered through the awful DOS title Nam, so I decided to treat myself to a legitimately good game this week. Darkwatch is a 2005 FPS developed by High ... Read More »

Ocular Reality – Windlands

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Ever wanted to run, jump and fly in a world just for you? Windlands is that type of game, giving you freedom of movement and a mechanic which allows you to access new parts of the level by climbing and flinging yourself into the sky. Windlands currently has support of DK1, DK2 and now even has a full screen mode ... Read More »

How #Gamergate Can Affect The Civil Liberties Of Us All. And An Expert’s View On Online Harassment

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What with the recent controversies surrounding #gamergate pushing the issue of online harassment into the limelight, we have started to see some interesting proposals and developments in the discussion which could have ramifications on some of our most important aspects of modern social and political freedoms of speech. Which is the push for a redefinition of what is being perceived ... Read More »

IGDA names over 10,000 people the worst offenders of online harassment

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IGDA ,the international game developers association, recently released a resource for how to best deal with online harassment. The resource, which includes extreme measures such as links to a suicide prevention hotline for those who have experienced severe and mentally damaging threats, also recommends a Twitter tool which blocks “some of the worst offenders” of online harassment. Read More »