Category Archive: Features

Apr 14 2015

Exclusivity Seems Logical (for ESL): ESL’s Pursuit of a CS:GO Monopoly

As Na’Vi and Titan meet in the finals of the Winter ESL Pro League, I can’t help but notice the 100,000+ people watching at this moment. But part of me wonders how many are watching the action, but are preoccupied by the bold direction ESL appears to be going in. According to an article hosted …

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Mar 20 2015

6 Hidden Gems on Steam (Under $6)

Steam has become the way a vast majority of PC gamers enjoy their hobby. Between the slick UI, frequent sales, and strong community support, most gamers looking to buy on PC rarely have the need to venture into the vast wilderness (outside) to satisfy their digital cravings. While this is an awesome way to find …

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Feb 16 2015

Much ado about Crowdfunding – An Editorial Regarding Godus, Peter Molyneux, and Kickstarter/Early Access Expectations

I think it’s about time we all had a talk about crowdfunding, and with the current ruckus going on regarding Peter Molyneux’s Godus, now seems an apt opportunity.

Nov 10 2014

Desert Bus for Hope 8 Starts This Week, We Talk With the Desert Bus Team About It.

We get some road stories from the Desert Bus for Hope crew.

Sep 16 2014

NEWS: Microsoft Buys Mojang, Minus Minecraft Creators


Many of you by now have surely heard of Microsoft’s acquisition of Mojang, the studio behind the massively popular game, Minecraft. The deal cost Microsoft $2.5 billion. They expect to break even during the current fiscal year while also maintaining that Minecraft will remain available on other platforms including PC, mobile, and their competitor’s consoles. On …

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Aug 19 2014

The Infidelity Debacle: The Internet has Eaten it’s Own Tail.


I have spent the last day or so watching a god damn war erupt on the internet over the alleged infidelity of a rather notable indie dev. Now I’m not going to relate the details here, it’s a rather private matter for those involved and not our business, but one of the supposed partners was …

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Apr 03 2014

An Open Letter to Nintendo – A Time for Innovation

For the first time in my history with video games, I think I can honestly say I am disappointed in Nintendo. While the company has always been known for making fun and enjoyable titles that cater to their fans, their recent games are barely reaching the minimum requirements for innovation. As an example, Donkey Kong’s …

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Feb 28 2014

4 Mobile Games That Need a Console Counterpart

Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, a third person shooter fitted with the style of Popcap’s popular tower defense series, was a surprise entry on my most anticipated games list for 2014. I had played the original PvZ on my iPhone a little while ago, and while I did enjoy that game, I was initially highly …

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Feb 13 2014

7 Other Square Games that should be ‘Returning’

  If Lightning gets the chance to return to bore me once again with Final Fantasy XIII, then I would demand a whole new slew of Square games to come back for a remake or a sequel. I say this not only because I think it’s a good time for new and engaging RPGs to …

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Feb 12 2014

The “What If?” Machine: Telltale and TT Games

Telltale Games and TT Games are two studios who know what they do, and do it well. After developing video games based on Disney movies with the occasional Sonic title thrown in, TT Games found their niche in 2005 with the release of the first Lego Star Wars, the first Lego game for consoles since …

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