Tag Archives: PC

Indie Hypocrisy Part Deux: Notch & Walled Gardens

The last time I wrote one of these types of posts, it ignited a bit of a firestorm on Twitter. While some of that was something I should of expected because of the personalities I was criticising, my post was … Continue reading

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Don’t ever buy a product from Auzentech

UPDATE (February 5th, 2014): This is still one of the most frequently viewed posts on Geek Bravado. Judging from the search terms WordPress tells me brings people to it, it’s clear I’m not the only one who has been screwed by … Continue reading

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Gabe Newell says a lot of things

I think Valve are awesome. They make great games, Steam while not perfect by any means is still a fantastic digital distribution platform and they have a corporate culture I would do morally questionable things to be able to work … Continue reading

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Meet the new hotness, same as the old hotness

Remember when pretty much everyone in the games press and a good chunk of the industry said PC gaming was dead? Man, that seems like it happened so recently. That’s probably because it did. Only a year or two ago, … Continue reading

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Bethesda Doesn’t Respect Their Customers

So it turns out I was very wrong when I thought my freelance work and life in general was going to calm down some in December but I’ve finally found some time to spit out another blog entry. This one … Continue reading

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On Gaming’s Future: Digital Distribution’s Many Challenges

Sorry for the dead air the last while but getting sick combined with a crazy sudden boom in freelance work ate up most of my time. I seriously only got to start Skyrim yesterday, that should inform you on the … Continue reading

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Retail Can’t See the Apples Through the Trees

Say what you will about Apple and I can say plenty but if there’s one thing they understand better than anything else, it’s tailoring the user experience. Perhaps nowhere else is this more apparent than in their branded retail stores. … Continue reading

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