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Battlefield 1 – A Farewell to Dubstep

Battlefield 1 takes on an entirely different theme compared to the previous couple of titles, but it’s still business as usual under the hood.

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The Revenant (without the bear)

Well, I’m back. I stopped writing because, in all honesty, I simply grew tired of the industry. The endless outrage, the weird gender politics…it was bewildering at the time, not to mention depressing. Games were meant to be my escape from these kinds of … Continue reading

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This game supports more than two players

I had time to cool off after my last post, because I wanted to provide some kind of fair and balanced view on the whole ‘Social Justice Warrior vs. Men’s Rights Activism’ conflict going on that has somehow spilled over into the gaming … Continue reading

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By any other name: the integrity of ‘games journalism’

People have gotten it into their heads that, somehow, somehow,  Zoe Quinn’s sordid tale has ripped the covers off the supposed sanctity of games journalism. She slept with all these games media fellows, so…did she exchange sex for favours or something? Is she is … Continue reading

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Late to the party: Diablo 3

Diablo 3 has been in my “don’t touch” bucket for the longest time. The amount of negative press, justified or not, soured my anticipation for the game. Always online connection required? A real money auction house? Colourful environments? “How dare they, those … Continue reading

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Why Xbox Fans are called “Gropers” in Japan

Shoutouts to Kotaku, who used (and credited) my image of Xbox 360 titles sold in Japan. If only I could just quit my day job and travel the world looking for cool gaming stuff to photograph…

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Saints Row IV first computer game Refused Classification

Well, that’s just great. Apparently, the grounds for the refusal were: In the Board’s opinion, Saints Row IV includes interactive, visual depictions of implied sexual violence which are not justified by context. In addition, the game includes elements of illicit … Continue reading

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