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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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    Resident Evil Remakes—Will They Ever End?

    For better or for worse, it seems as though the concept of remaking and remastering video games is here to stay, with developers and publishers showing no signs of slowing down. Resident Evil 1 was first made available on PlayStation, PC, Sega Saturn, and Nintendo DS. It was then remade and remastered so that it…

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    Saving a Genre [Part 1] Superhero MMOs

    A Message to the Publishers: Two Simple Cures What’s the Situation? Superhero Massive Multiplayer Online (SHMMOS) games are few and far between as of 2019—kept afloat in a near cult-like status by only the most dedicated fans of the genre. City of Heroes (CoH), the first real breakout on the scene and widely regarded as…

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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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    Why I’m Not Worried About The Elder Scrolls VI

    I think it’s fair to say that Bethesda’s reputation has taken a bit of a self-inflicted wallop in recent months. With seemingly controversy after controversy, and countless missteps in the wake of Fallout 76, fans have reasonable calls for concern about the company going forward. With projects like Starfield, or more importantly, The Elder Scrolls…