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Marketing and gamers don’t get along

This trailer has gotten a lot of people up in arms over how bad it is. Especially how it ridicules an aspect that is prevalent in their target demographic with the reference to the stereotype that nerds are lonely losers… Continue Reading →

DOOM is glorious

DOOM starts out like it’s your everyday, modern shooter set on a space station. But as soon as the mission is clear you angrily shove any unnecessary information to the side and head towards the action. The protagonist does not… Continue Reading →

Why The Division failed where Hearthstone succeeded

Recently there were updates for two games released. The first one out the gate was Incursion for The Division, followed by The Whispers of the Old Gods for Hearthstone. I basically played The Division as a single-player game, going through… Continue Reading →

The chains of God of War: Ascensions

I should start out by saying that I’m a big fan of the God of War series, that I have played them all, and that God of War: Ascension isn’t a bad game. But it is the least good in… Continue Reading →

Blood Bowl 2 almost made me want to get Blood Bowl

I just finished the single-player campaign in Blood Bowl 2, the video game adaptation of Blood Bowl that’s basically American football in the Warhammer Fantasy universe. So it’s humans, orcs, dwarves¬†and elves playing a more violent version of the american… Continue Reading →

The fault of e-sports engagement to new viewers

I’d like to think I know a thing or two about e-sports. I watch enough, and know enough about the games, to enjoy a good cast of Hearthstone, Starcraft 2 or Heroes of the Storm. I even enjoyed The International… Continue Reading →

3/2 vs 2/3

When I started playing Hearthstone I thought I had the right idea when I went with a 2/3 over a 3/2. I have since then figured out that I might have been wrong, and here I’m gonna break down why,… Continue Reading →

Warsong Commander

In the game of Hearthstone there’s going to be a change to a card. It previously read “Whenever you summon a minion with 3 or less Attack, give it Charge”, but will now read “Your Charge minions have +1 Attack”…. Continue Reading →

Spec Ops, again

Whenever I’m not sure about something, and I’m interested enough in the topic to care, I turn to people that are smarter than me. When I had finished Spec Ops: The Line I returned to two videos by Extra Credits,… Continue Reading →

Spec Ops: The Line

Spec Ops: The Line is a First Person Shooter released in 2012 that’s gotten some attention because it supposedly takes a stab at many of the tropes that are seen in todays FPS games. I just keep trying to get… Continue Reading →

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