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Zombies? Snow problem! (a QotM answer)

April’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Nathan from Hurricane thought process: occasional blogger, good friend and one of the funniest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. 453 more words

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I Never Finished…The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim…Because (PS3)

So Skyrim, it was never really up there on my list of games to play. Mostly because I had Dragon Age, which I constantly played on repeat for the longest time and I watched countless amounts of videos on YouTube highlighting all of the glitches that this game had. 950 more words

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Freaking AWESOME

I got fan art! Woo! And it is the best thing since sliced bread! Okay, well, maybe not for anyone other than myself. After a shitty week, this brought a huge ass smile to my face. 29 more words

The Elder Scrolls

"Whatcha doin'?" - Alduin the charmer

When this guy’s a comin’, you know you’re going home with him.

Alduin is a real ladies man. Also a man’s man, I guess.
Not sure if Alduin is even a “he” (Zee? 62 more words

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New Extended Trailer Unveiled For The Nintendo Switch Version Of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim launched more than two months ago on Nintendo Switch, but Nintendo is still promoting Bethesda’s open-world title today. One of the newest promos consists of an extended video that highlights the game’s exploration elements, allowing players to shape their own paths however they like. 32 more words

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Game of the Month: January 2018

This is quite a late one, and I think it will be more of a ‘what I am playing’ post, in which I will share a few games that I have been playing over the course of January. 724 more words

Nintendo

Notes from a Writer: On Completing Games

A very odd thing occurred the other day – I beat the final boss in an open world video game.

I play games on a fairly regular basis, and I see the end credits roll on a fairly regular basis, but when it comes to open world games—these are the games with seemingly endless side quests and where you can wander all over and choose which missions (to some extent) you’re going to take as opposed to being forced down a single path—I rarely finish them. 566 more words

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