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The Many Aspects of Multiplayer Gaming

No one can deny that video games are an ingrained and popular part of our culture. They have traveled from the realm of scientists playing with their underpowered and oversized computers to the living and dorm rooms of most young [...]

March 12, 2015 Games and Gaming
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MoxReuby Tuesdays: Metagame Scalpels

Hello folks! My name is Reuben Bresler, aka MoxReuby. I have reached the rank of Legend on the North American server, I’ve won my fair share of local Hearthstone events in my hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada, and I’m happy [...]

March 11, 2015 Games and Gaming, Hearthstone
The Age Of Iron Man

The Age Of Iron Man

The Marvel cinematic universe has exploded in the entertainment industry. With eight movies so far, two upcoming Netflix series, and two ongoing television shows, the future is bright for more Marvel awesomeness. Iron Man, Captain America, and the Hulk all [...]

February 19, 2015 Games and Gaming
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Gaming Styles Are Really Changing

I remember when I first played a video game. I was about 4 years old and we got a Sears Entertainment System, the console that was effectively the same as the Atari 2600. We had Gunslinger, Air/Sea Battle, and Space [...]

October 24, 2014 Features
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Video Gaming Becomes Priority For Amazon

Online giant Amazon has agreed to acquire Twitch, a service that streams gaming sessions to spectators, for nearly $1 billion. [...]

August 26, 2014 Games and Gaming
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Are Video Games on the Road to Change?

The video game world has changed over the years and not just when it comes to consoles. While our controllers have been riddled with triggers and buttons, the concept of the games has stayed consistent. However, the way in which [...]

January 6, 2013 Features
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Damsels and Dragons: An Interview with Writer Eric Campbell

Full disclosure: Interviewing your friends can be a lot of fun, especially when they’re longtime friends who you share many of the same hobbies with. Eric Campbell (IMDB) and I have been gaming buddies for more years than I care to [...]

May 9, 2012 Features, Interviews
Review: Kinect Integration for Skyrim

Review: Kinect Integration for Skyrim

Let’s face it, ever since we bought our copies of Skyrim we have been running round pretending we are Dragonborn and trying to “Fus Ro Dah!” everything, right? No? Well perhaps that was just me. So how lucky was I [...]

May 3, 2012 Games and Gaming
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Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Review

One of the PS3’s most anticipated games of the year, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, has finally arrived; but will it live up to the hype?  The previous installment, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, was the first PS3 game to widely receive [...]

November 7, 2011 Games and Gaming
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Dragon Age: Can a Game be Art?

Dragon Age: Origins was released in 2009 to critical acclaim and an appreciative fanbase, which continues to grow. Reviews typically opened with describing it as the spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate, a brave claim to make given the undiminished devotion [...]

August 12, 2011 Features
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Comic Booked Spotlights: Maximum Comics

Another one of my favorite Stores here in Las Vegas, NV.  Jay, or MaximuM Jay as many know him is one of THE coolest guys you’ll ever meet.  He brings his store to life with his excitement and acknowledgement for [...]

January 25, 2011 Features
Better living through Geekistry

Better Living Through Geekistry

There is a not-so-secret formula for happy living.  While ingredients and variations are numerous, my recipe goes a little something like this:  a large portion of comic books and graphic novels  (new and old), a generous amount of current and [...]

January 1, 2011 Features

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