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Fear Strong Foe

Here’s just a personal gaming update, skip if you wanna.

After a first playthrough I’m now on my second. I started almost immediately after the first, some kind of testament how good I think this game is. 86 more words

Development: Week 2 Monday

The reference material basically consisted of making the entire body and then splitting the body parts up into 8-9 pieces (I didn’t bother counting) I decided I would create the 3 versions on top of the character since the character can change between a partial skeletal form(only appears when near death), normal sand form and armoured up attack form. 153 more words


An Hour of Guild Wars 2 Made Me Face My Own Racist Bias

I’m a person with a lot of privilege. I’m white, straight, cis-gendered, young, thin, and not poor, to name some of the big ones. I am spending a considerable amount of time informing myself, trying to understand my privileges and change my biased behaviour towards less privileged groups. 1,218 more words


CIU 212 (post 9)

Anomaly a first person horror adventure game that is set in the present time challenges the player to complete several puzzles in a mansion after picking up a statue,which was not meant to be disturbed.The player then attempts to leave the mansion by placing the statue back where he found it by completing the puzzles in the mansion.So,what makes our game stand out as compared to many other horror genre games out there? 641 more words

Violent Video Games Not Linked to Aggression in Adults With Autism

When events or behaviors seem inexplicable, people often generate causal attributions based on anecdotal or correlational evidence.

Following the 2012 shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, some in the media as well as the public have speculated about an existing link between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and violence, particularly, that violent video games may instigate gamers with autism to act aggressively. 334 more words

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Video Game Review - Pneuma: The Breath of Life


Played on: Xbox One.

Available on: PC & Xbox One.


Deco Digital’s Pneuma: The Breath of Life is a first-person puzzle game that is, I’m happy to say, probably the breath of fresh air you have been waiting for. 905 more words