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So That Was E3 2015 (With Video)

Normally when I do these post-show posts, I talk about not only the show itself but games that interested me. This year’s different because myself along with various friends and members of the RambleCast talked over all of the E3 … Continue reading

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Steam Refunds Are Only A Good Thing (With Video)

So Steam Refunds, who saw that one coming? I sure as Hell didn’t. After many years of providing some of the worst customer service ever and a series of other severe missteps, Valve blew everyone’s mind by announcing that you’ll now … Continue reading

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Steam’s Libertarian Dystopia (with Video)

Boy, that whole paying for mods thing on Steam was something wasn’t it? You probably know about it but if you don’t or want more detail, I recommend watching this video to learn just how big a cluster it was … Continue reading

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Review: Murdered: Soul Suspect Is A Lot of Soul In A Weird Vessel

NOTE: This review contains no spoilers. The rise of achievements and trophies in games has given a pretty reliable way to tell when a game is either shovelware or was rushed out. Their design is almost always done at the end … Continue reading

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So That Was E3 2014 (With Video)

I’m going to talk about E3 on a wider scale here but if you want to hear a discussion about individual games, check out the latest RambleCast where, Chris Cessarano, Chris Woodward and I dig deep into the specifics of … Continue reading

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My DOOM Story

In news that’s sure to make a lot of us who aren’t really that old feel really old (I know I sure did), iconic id Software classic DOOM turned 20 years old yesterday. For as much time as I spend … Continue reading

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