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David MacDonald

A life long game and half life long writer, David always sought to combine his passions and write about games online.

Foundation Update Announced for No Man’s Sky

New No Man's Sky Footage

No Man’s Sky was a game that left a lot of people disappointed. Hello Games made a lot of promises in regards to what the game would allow players to do. They were massive and impressive, and could have potentially shattered the expectations of space exploration games. However, a large amount of what was promised never made it into the ...

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Black Friday Xbox One Amazon Deals

xbox one

Yesterday, we covered the Black Friday deals for the PS4.  But Black Friday is a massive event that covers more than just one console.  When Black Friday rolls around, gamers of all kinds look to Amazon to see what deals they can get.  This time, we’ll be covering Black Friday deals for the Xbox One.  Now, in no particular order, ...

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Overwatch’s Symmetra Receiving Update

Overwatch developer Q&A

Overwatch is certainly doing its best to stay in the headlines. Blizzard’s incredibly popular team based shooter recently ended its free weekend. During this weekend, it allowed all to have access to the game, with the lone exception of ranked play. Although that has come and gone, those who still have access to Overwatch has something to look forward to. ...

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Black Friday PS4 Amazon Deals

Black Friday is in full swing, and for PS4 gamers there are quite a few deals to be found. We’re going to cover quite a few of them here.  Listed in no particular order, here are ten sales that you might be interested in. 1. Titanfall 2:  $45.00, 25% off.  Released this year to generally positive reviews, Titanfall 2 is ...

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Kojima to Finally Receive Industry Icon Award

Konami is a company that has truly taken over the spotlight in recent years, and not exactly for good reasons. It’s been doing quite a bit to alienate its long term fanbase. Whether it’s the cancelation of Silent Hills or transforming of its beloved franchises in gambling machines, fans are not happy. They’ve been doing a fair bit to drive ...

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Valve Has a 3 Million Dollar Fine Suggested

I think it’s safe to say that everyone was happy to see Steam get a refund policy. While refunds weren’t unheard of before then, they tended to be rather rare and hard to get. A lot of hoops had to be jumped through. Now, while there are quite a few restrictions, customers have a reliable source of refunds. A couple ...

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Salvaged Released on Steam

In a lot of ways, virtual reality is the new wild, untamed frontier of gaming. It’s the current hot topic that everyone seems to be talking about when it comes to innovating in gaming. It is also, however, an area that is risky to settle, and may not necessarily pay off. Last generation, motion controls seemed like the future of ...

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Persona 5 Delayed Until April


Delays are an odd thing that have the ability to inspire very mixed emotions.  On the one hand, a delay can be very good for a game in the long wrong.  Shigeru Miyamoto famously said, “A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is forever bad.”  There is some truth to this, as several classic games were heavily ...

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Art of Atari Released

Atari has most certainly earned its place in the history books as a pioneer of the gaming industry. After the release of Pong, it became one of the definitive giants of the early video game world. Even gamers who weren’t around to game in the 70s have heard of the games they created. Space Invaders, Pitfall, Asteroid, Missile Command and ...

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EVE Online: Ascension Goes Live

I have always admired EVE Online from afar, but have never gotten around to trying it. There were two main reasons for that, both of which are rather obvious. The price and the brutality of it. Anything goes in EVE, and that means any non-allied ship is a target. New players are essentially target practice in a complicated game with ...

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