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    The State of the Nintendo eShop

    The Nintendo eShop continues to be one of Nintendo’s best ideas. Yet the company continues to underutilize its service. Can they make a change when the Nintendo NX launches?

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    A Look Back at Lionhead’s Legacy

    Microsoft officially announced Lionhead’s closure at the end of April. Here we will take a look back at the games that defined the studio.

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    Why 2016 Could Be The Year That Video Game Movies Change Everything

    With 4 films based on successful video games slated this year, will 2016 be the year that video game movies change the stigma of video games being unable to translate its success to the big screen?

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • The Division has a dedicated player base, but many vocal detractors.
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    The Division: Shadows of Defiance

    The Division has all of the makings of a great game. Unfortunately, it may be a bit too much like Defiance for its own good.

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    The Most Difficult Opening Levels in Video Games

    Good video game design dictates that the opening level of a game should essentially act as an introduction, teaching players the general mechanics and easing them into the experience, developing difficulty over time. However, there are some video games that completely throw this concept out of the window.

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    Why PC Gamers Should Switch to a Mechanical Keyboard

    Do you have hands? Do you have a keyboard? Do you play video games on your PC? If you said yes to all three, then you probably should switch to a mechanical keyboard.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
  • Skyrim
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    The Secret to Skyrim’s Longevity

    Is Skyrim really that good of a game for it to remain so popular five years after its first release? Or is there another hidden secret to the game's longevity?

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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    Minecraft Heralds the Way to the Gamification of Education

    Gamification is the application of gaming elements to education. It is currently one of the hottest trends in education, and stands to change the way education is done in the future.

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    PlayStation 4.5: A Disaster Waiting To Happen Or Pointless Rumormongering

    No sooner had we discussed the possibility that Sony had already won this generation’s console race that news started doing the rounds that the company may be considering releasing an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 that would be more powerful than the current hardware and likely more usable with their upcoming PlayStation VR. The Wall Street Journal picked up the story pretty quickly and later details seem to point towards the console being called the ‘NEO.’

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    The Day the Music Game Died

    This article covers the rise and fall of the rhythm game genre, from the early titles such as PaRappa the Rapper, to Guitar Hero and Rock Band, and the market decline in present day.

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