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    The Secret to Skyrim’s Longevity

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    Minecraft Heralds the Way to the Gamification of Education

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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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    Tree of Savior – A Rightful Successor to Ragnarok Online

    Dubbed as the “spiritual successor” to Ragnarok Online, Tree of Savior is a game that has some pretty big shoes to fill. Does it have what it takes to be as famous, or even more famous, than its predecessor?

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    Podcast Ep. 01 – Matt Mihaly, Cash Shop Pioneer

    In this episode of the GameSoft Podcast, host Tony Celentano sits down with Iron Realms CEO Matt Mihaly, who pioneered the virtual cash shop model popular in so many free-to-play MMOs today. Matt’s journey into the video game industry began in the early 90s, when online games were still pay-by-the-hour for user access.

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    The Day the Music Game Died

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    5 Best Video Games Based on Movies

    While we can now generally depend on video games based on movies to be of a fairly decent quality, there was a time when such games were cheaply produced and rushed out to capitalize on a movie’s success. Thankfully, even in that older era of gaming, there are still plenty of gems to be found if you look hard enough. These five titles were all based on films and delivered stellar gaming experiences.

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    Will Video Game Piracy Be Dead in Two Years?

    Whether this is good news or bad news for you, recent trends in the gaming industry could very well spell the doom for video game piracy in a few short years.

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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    Is The Final Fantasy IX PC Port a Hit or Another Miss for Square Enix?

    Has Square Enix finally done it with the Final Fantasy IX PC Port, or has it just added another one to its long list of disappointing modern ports?

    by Ray Ampoloquio
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