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Review: Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians

Written by on August 13, 2013 in

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I first encountered Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians at PAX East earlier this year. I was taking photographs of people in cosplay for the site and I was approached by a large blue being I didn’t recognize. Of course, I asked if I could take their picture, and Beatbuddy’s handler negotiated that I come see… Read More »


Indispensable Utilities for the PC Gamer

Indispensable Utilities for the PC Gamer

Written by (@) on April 14, 2011 in Features

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Contrary to popular belief, computers can actually do a lot of things besides just playing games. I know it sounds crazy, but hear me out. Not only can you run Mass Effect 2, but you could search online for a Mass Effect 2 FAQ. You could browse the Bioware social network and discuss Mass Effect… Read More »


The True Price of PC Gaming

The True Price of PC Gaming

Written by (@) on February 3, 2011 in Features

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Whenever the PC is evangelized as a gaming platform, the primary counterattack leveled at it is the difference in price. The PC is a fantastic gaming platform for a number of reasons, but price advantage is not an advantage I can point to… for most gamers. However, for the hardest of the hardcore, the gamers… Read More »


Mods of Note

Mods of Note

Written by (@) on January 21, 2011 in Features

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One of the great things about PC gaming (besides being able to condescend to console gamers) is the ability to apply user-made modifications to your games. Not only can this extend the life of the games you love, but it can take games that are buggy and unfinished and turn them into something more playable…. Read More »