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#GamerGate : What it is to me and its future - Guest Post - gamergate

#GamerGate : What it is to me and its future – Guest Post

What follows is the first article submitted for my Voice for #Gamergate invitation.  I will use the authors twitter name for now (thought I do have permission to use his real name, I want to give him some level of anonymity at this stage). Durakken is a Pro Ethics Gamergater and one of the people …

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Gravity Rush Review

  One might reasonably argue that Assassin’s Creed and Super Mario Galaxy revolutionised thought processes underpinning the assumptions of what constitutes enjoyable navigation in third person action games. Being able to climb up and around just about any wall or building and navigate between them via parkour elements with Altair was a genuine pleasure for …

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Alien Rage – Unlimited Review (PC)

Where pure-blood first person shooters are concerned, Alien Rage has exposed my dearth of experience with the genre. Some limited time spent with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 1 and 2, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Fallout 3 represent my only experiences in this direction and I much prefer the latter thanks to their ability …

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Magic 2014: Duels of the Planeswalkers Review (PSN)

If you’re not familiar with Magic: The Gathering, or you are a returning player from yesteryear, then this title is a solid place to start with. Several issues with the title lead me to believe that you’d be better off with the paper form of magic to learn the ins and outs of the game, …

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review (PC)

Right off the bat I can confirm to you that XCOM: Enemy Unknown possesses great potential to frustrate. Frustration need not be a bad thing if it drives your compulsion to forge onward – a fact that Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls exploit in style – but if bugs, glitches or questionable design is the …

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