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    DOSBox: A Guide to Classic Gaming on the PC

    Since its release in 2002, DOSBox has been a constant feature on every PC I own. In fact, if you’ve purchased a DOS game from Steam or GOG, chances are you’ve already been using it. This guide is a quick rundown on getting started with the standalone version of DOSBox. What is it? Prior to…

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    Silent Hill—20th Anniversary Retrospective

    A recent celebration in the video game world came and went without a great deal of recognition. Yes, media outlets reported on it, and there was a small amount of social media buzz surrounding the event, but ultimately it was a blip on the radar. A passing curiosity for most. As you’ve no doubt gathered…

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    Saving a Genre [Part 2] Superhero MMOs

    Check Out Part 1! A Message to the Developers: A History Lesson and Some Common Sense What’s the Situation? Superhero Massive Multiplayer Online (SHMMO) games are flipping on the Bat Signal.  Far from  Batman’s area of expertise, this rescue operation would take guts, heart, a fan base, imagination, and a team of developers. The danger?…

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    PC Gaming Distribution Platforms On The Rise

    How Many is Too Much? The PC gaming market is in turmoil. Various Steam competitors have entered the game distribution segment previously dominated by Valve. Among them are veterans like GOG and GMG, but the ones that are drawing both curiosity, applause, and ire from the crowd are newcomers like Discord and the Epic store….

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    So You Want to Get Into Warhammer?

    Warhammer is an excellent hobby. It allows you to both be creative with your units, but also offers an expansive world to immerse yourself in. On top of that, the hobby itself can be quite a lot of fun, from modelling to playing. However, precisely due to its ubiquity and expansiveness, it can be rather…

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    3 Games You Can Earn Money Designing In-Game Cosmetics

    Have you ever thought about becoming a game designer, but just don’t know where to start? One thing you can do to begin familiarizing yourself with the process is becoming a part of Daybreak Game’s Player Studio. There are three games that currently offer a Player Studio which is where players can submit their own…

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    Top 5 Anime-Style Video Games

    #5 – Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 Not to be confused with the vastly inferior game, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is quite possibly the most fun and all-encompassing Dragon Ball game released. First released with the subtitle, “Sparking! Meteor” and later renamed “Budokai Tenkaichi 3”, this game…