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Razer Blade Pro Reviews

Razer Blade Pro slim design, cooling capacity is undoubtedly a major challenge. Razer Blade Pro all-metal fuselage design, metal material in addition to the well-known protective effect, it has assisted cooling system heat release function. 597 more words

Laptop Review

Razer Letherette Ear Cushion

Ready Razer Letherette Ear Cushion

Can be used for Orca, Carcharias, Megalodon, Kraken, Kraken Pro, Kraken 7.1, Kraken E-Panda, Kraken Neon, Kraken Pro Neon.

Harga = 185rb… 14 more words

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Nigmabox Rundown (17/8-23/8) Game Journalism's Rules of Nature

Okay, so a lot of… stuff has been going on with game press, indie game creators, Zoe Quinn having sexual relationships with several men in the press and raping somebody, and the collective society of Angry Young Men… or at least that is what one perspective views it as, due to how there are many, many different ways to view this issue, and I am still at the starting line asking myself, “When the hell was the term ‘Games Journalism’ not something that was openly mocked?”  Well, this whole weeklong… thing has been requiring quite a bit of journalism and investigation, along with allegations of biases possessed by sites, and the repression or threatening of releasing certain information. 931 more words


Weekly Wyrm: Aug. 18, 2014

I’m finally catching up with the news that Firefly Online is in development, but it’s for iOS and Android (as well as PC i.e. Steam). So that makes three of my favorite great IPs ruined by game developers. 573 more words

Game Design

Tencent supporting Razer's Nabu smartband to provide in-game rewards for real-world actions

Razer’s upcoming wearable computer is enabling one of the biggest games in China to reward players for healthy behavior.

Gaming technology company Razer and Chinese megapublisher… 386 more words


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To Click or Not to Click

I’ve been a gamer of some description since the tender age of 7; possibly even before that if card and board games count. I grew up pretty much in the countryside, so when I wasn’t busy riding horses, playing in fields or falling in rivers I’d be glued to my PlayStation or Game Boy (yes, the one that resembles a brick); Ray Man and Pokemon Blue were a part of my happy little life and my love of games evolved from there. 664 more words