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Incomplete Games: The History of a Shady Practice

Incomplete Games: The History of a Shady Practice

From E.T. to Final Fantasy XV

January 26, 2017 - Many modern gamers might be too young to remember those fully-complete marvels of gaming goodness that formed the early gamescape prior to the rise of DLC and patches for missing and broken game content.
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PlayStation 4 Pro: Did Sony Play It a Bit Too Safe?

PlayStation 4 Pro: Did Sony Play It a Bit Too Safe?

We get technical about Sony's latest

January 25, 2017 - As many gamers learned recently, the PlayStation 4 has now sold over 50 million units worldwide. However, the PS4 Pro numbers, while initially strong, have not been on-pace with the new standard Slim model. While the PS4 Pro is merely an iteration of the console brand and not the beginning of a generation of consoles, the novel machine has clearly hit a full-stop with some gamers.
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Evolution of a Remarkable RPG

The Elder Scrolls Online: Evolution of a Remarkable RPG

Tromping through an updated Tamriel

January 22, 2017 - Since The Elder Scrolls Online's launch during April of 2014 and its reinvention for consoles on June 2015, it has been improved immensely from its initial woes. Thankfully; phasing, lag, chat spamming, disconnects, balancing issues and messed up quests (including grouping problems in delves and dungeons) are now part of Tamriel's past.
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