There are plenty of sandbox games out there that give the player immense levels of creative freedom but sometimes that just isn’t enough. Sometimes with that need to create comes a need to tell a story. If that sounds like you then you might have what it takes to run a table top role playing game. The individual running the game can be called many different things depending on the game you are playing. For the sake of simplicity we will be using the term GM which is short for Game Master.
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I waited an abnormal amount of time to play this game first of all. My previous Xbone had broke and I was graciously gifted one for Xmas by my friends and wonderful wife. When I finally was able to play this game about 2 months after release date I was ecstatic.
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By: M. Spider
Dark Souls 3 like both games before it can be a brutal mistress if not given the respect she deserves. This game has no trouble tearing even series veterans apart. So I’m here to give you the reader some tips and tricks on how to survive the treacherous journey you have embarked upon. (These tips work just as well for Dark Souls 1 and 2 as well)
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When most gamers hear retro they think of the NES, SNES, Genesis, or some go even further back and think of the Atari or Calico-Vision. Well, I have played both an Atari and a Calico-Vision, but not while I was a child. Retro to me means the first system I ever owned, the one that made me the gamer I am today, a Playstation.
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What if I told you that playing video games is not the only way to become a gamer? What if I could introduce you to a game of fantasy and adventure far more expansive than any RPG you have ever played?
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Why? Or rather, Wii. Wii U to be exact.
When it comes to game console aesthetics, you’d think Nintendo would be on top of their game, but one major design oversight has left my Wii U with a (mostly) permanent tumor.
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Xbox announced yesterday that it will be releasing a Netflix style service for games. The program known as Xbox Game Pass will allow subscribers to download direct to their console and play any of the 100 games on the list. The list will also include backwards compatible 360 games as well.
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Some welcome changes.
Microsoft announced some changes coming to Windows 10 and the Xbox One. One of which is the functionality of the Home button on your controllers. Currently tapping the button brings you to the Xbox Dashboard, and a double tap will open the snap menu.
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Are online guides hurting gaming?
Lets jump back in time a few years, fifteen years give or take a few. How many times did you get stuck in a game so bad that you had to look for help or ask for it from an older sibling?
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Our Nintendo Event TL;DR
As many avid gamers already know, Nintendo held a live event tonight (Thursday, January 12). They discussed and revealed some of the big things coming and unveiled some of the mystery behind their new console: Switch. When it comes to Nintendo and innovation, they haven’t had a great track record. That could all change on March 3rd when the Switch launches!
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