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    I Reinstalled The Witcher 3 And I Regret Nothing

    It’s an unfortunate reality that over-saturation is a very real thing. We sometimes pour ourselves into our hobbies, and can quickly find ourselves up to our necks in questlines, missions, material grinding, and more. It’s this onslaught of opportunity that leads to a player “burning out” in a game, despite going in with the goal…

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    I’m Hype for People Can Fly’s Outriders

    During the Square Enix presentation at E3, the game studio, People Can Fly, announced their newest game—Outriders. And it looks amazing. Outriders is a one to three player drop-in, drop-out co-op shooter that takes place in a grimdark future. The cinematic trailer that was shown did not show any gameplay, however, a developer video that…

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    5 of Gaming’s Darkest Futures

    Games are many things. They are excellent tools of escapism, they are allegories for issues we face in the world, they are even explorations of what could have been and what could still be. Sometimes explorations of our future lead us to deep, dark pits. They show the apocalypse, demonic invasions, galactic societies on the…

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    Who Needs a Gamepad? We Have the Best of PC Platformers

    The console is, justifiably so, the home of the 2D platformer, largely thanks to its native control scheme, the gamepad. It’s no surprise that the genre has always flourished on consoles, particularly in the early to mid-1990s. But with the total dominance of Sonic and Mario, it’s easy to forget the huge influence that the…

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    Clash of Clans 2019 Summer Update

    To start out, here is a brief overview of the Clash of Clans’ June 2019 Summer Update. League Shop price changes: Training potions are now 10x league medals, new Research potion that gives 10x speed for an hour is available for sale at 20x medals, and Builder potions now cost 30x medals. League Shop change:…

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    A Quick Guide To Painting Faces On Miniatures

    If you’re new to painting miniatures, there is no task more intimidating than the detail work. And from the detail work, there is nothing more intimidating than painting the heads and faces. The final touches that bring your miniatures from just a hunk of material on table, to a real character. Well fret not, as…