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Gone Home – A Small House with a Massive Meaning

In a time where the gaming universe is dominated by large scale worlds across all platforms — Azeroth in World of Warcraft, Skyrim as the latest Elder Scrolls installment, and the galaxy in the next generation blockbuster Destiny — a … Continue reading

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Becoming Esther

Dear Esther is an intriguing, unique gameplay experience.  It deprives you of the things you take for granted as standard aspects of videogames – you are unable to jump, run, interact with objects, or really perform any action aside from … Continue reading

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Cataclysm: The Fall of Gilneas

When we first began playing World of Warcraft, I researched classes before designing my character and I quickly decided I would be a druid because of their multiple talents. Sadly, humans don’t have the option of being druids. However, when … Continue reading

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