My Date With Destiny at the SHAREfactory

Posted July 25th, 2014 in News and Articles, Video
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Hardware sales are driven by software. In this case, a die-hard Home user (and PlayStation MVP) discovers the magic of the PS4 due to SHAREfactory — and Destiny.

Don’t Starve: A Lesson in Ecology and Survival

Posted July 24th, 2014 in Reviews
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Perhaps the scariest survival horror of all is the quiet fright of truly being placed in a survivalist situation. Don’t Starve.

Landscapes: Home

Posted July 22nd, 2014 in News and Articles, Video
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A video compilation of some of Home’s most breathtaking digital vistas.

3D Printers, Real and Virtual

Posted July 21st, 2014 in News and Articles
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VEEMEE’s 3D Printer may simply be a fun Home toy for many, but 3D printing in the real world is taking on some very important ramifications.

Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate: Why It’s So Good

Posted July 19th, 2014 in Reviews, Video
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It’s a pity about all the gratuitous T&A, because the game itself has quite a lot to offer.

Judging Books By Their Covers

Posted July 18th, 2014 in News and Articles
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Ever bought a video game — or refused to buy a game — simply because of its art?

Phases

Posted July 18th, 2014 in News and Articles
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We all go through phases. Some last for days, or weeks. Even months.

Some, though, last for years. But, like all things, those phases come to an end. And life goes on.

A Tale of Two Games

Posted July 17th, 2014 in Reviews
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Contrast and Transistor are two absolutely lovely PS4 games you should play.

Gaming by Visual Standards

Posted July 16th, 2014 in News and Articles
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In today’s marketplace, do we write off games with colorful art styles as childish and cheap? Does a game have to be gritty, dark and photorealistic for the consumer to assume it was expensive to create?

Female Assassins Wanted: Ubisoft and the Status of Women in Games

Posted July 15th, 2014 in News and Articles
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It’s a shame that Ubisoft’s newest Assassin’s Creed title has unintentionally become the focal point of the latest chapter in the ongoing debate about gender roles in video games. Candidly, though, they brought it upon themselves; and perhaps a greater good can be served from this.

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