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Sep
08

Gamers and DLC: A Story of Love and Abuse

Video games have come a long way in the way they’re developed. In the long long ago, video games were developed as passion projects on shoestring budgets in the developer’s garage by a small group of people who worked together […]

Sep
03

A Logistical Battle: Master Race vs. Peasants

As I have written before here, I would like to think of myself as a not-quite-as-of-yet member of the PC Master Race. A Master Racer, if you will. I have the will and ambition to become a full member of […]

Aug
11

The Death of the Single Player Experience and How It’s Saving Our Stories

The gaming industry has entered a new era. This era of gaming is dominated by games like Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Titanfall. The biggest common denominator between these three games (other than the big shooty explosiony stuff that is […]

Aug
05

The Sims – A Destiny Simulator

Since the release of the first Sims game in February of 2000, EA Maxis’ life simulating franchise has sold over 175 million copies worldwide. In school I was taught never to assume, but I believe it would be a safe […]