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Denkiphile Roundtable: The Winners of E3

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Another E3 has come and gone and, as usual, certain groups are left victorious while others need to plan out the following year just a tad bit better. With surprises like Final Fantasy VII, the return of games that gamers have long thought dead like The Last Guardian, and mind blowing features like those introduced in Fallout 4, the list of possible winners …

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Steam Summer Sale 2015 Day 6 Pick: Final Fantasy Franchise

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There are few games in today’s selections that stand out from the rest. Initially, I would have picked up PAYDAY 2, which is an absolute blast with friends and a steal for $4.99; however, seeing as how it is currently available on the Humble Bundle for a mere $5.96, which is only about a dollar more and includes some extra …

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The Argument for Pre-E3 Spoilers

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There have been a flurry of leaks leading up to E3 this year and it seems to have “spoiled” many of the companies’ announcements. These leaks have taken the form of data dumps and accidental Twitch streams, which seems downright silly on the developers’ part. Traditionally, these wouldn’t have happened back in the days when E3 was still the king …

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I’m So Tired of Survival Games

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The zombie genre really hit its stride in the 2010s thanks to a perfect storm of mass media that centered around the undead and their ilk. Zombies aren’t a completely foreign concept to video games – Resident Evil is a genre staple, and I’ve carved through swathes of the Lich King’s minions since I was a teenager. Their mainstream popularity, …

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Thoughts on the New Nintendo 3DS

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The New Nintendo 3DS received major hardware and software upgrades, from more buttons, a faster and powerful processor, an advanced front facing camera and much more. However, some are hesitant on the new device and whether or not its worth the purchase. For those unsure, allow me to show you the perks of owning Nintendo’s newest handheld. One of the most …

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Raiding is the New Bowling – Reflections on World of Warcraft and Accessibility

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I’ve played World of Warcraft for much too long. While the game had its 10th anniversary this past November, I had my 6th with the game this month. It’s been a long, strange trip – one that I think no one expected until it was too late, and by then, it had become the quintessential PC game of the 2000s. …

Kevin KartanataRaiding is the New Bowling – Reflections on World of Warcraft and Accessibility