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Gamergate and the State of Being a Woman on the Internet


I am a cis-gendered, straight woman who plays video games on the internet. I do actually exist. Most of you are probably getting pretty sick of seeing articles like this. Gamergate supposedly blew over months ago, and I’m sure everyone just wants to get back to normal life. The problem is that women online can’t ...

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The Incredible Rise of Mobile Gaming


The evolution of mobile gaming has progressed by leaps and bounds in recent years due to a combination of creative gaming and app developers, along with the development of new and exciting devices to play them on. The emergence of this new technology has opened the doors for developers to create more powerful mobile gaming ...

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18 Tips and Tricks for Enjoying PAX


I was pretty sure everyone in the geek community had heard of PAX, and then was proven wrong on more than one occasion. For the uninitiated, PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) is a convention dedicated solely to gaming in all of its forms. Created by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, four expos take place around the ...

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The Game Chasers – Season 2 DVD Review

GameChasers Season 2

After putting out a stellar DVD of the first season of the hit YouTube show, the Game Chasers have just released their second DVD. Similar to the first one, it went up for pre-order on Indiegogo, but I’m sure that it will be up for sale via other means soon. The pre-order gave you two ...

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Top 5 Most Shocking Surprises of Geek Culture in 2014 – What Happens Next Will Make You Nerd Rage


It’s that time of the year when every website and their dog have a top 5 list about something. Well, G33k-e has a cat! (Editor’s Note: Her name is Sherlock) 2014 provided some rather interesting surprises in the world of geeky things, so let’s talk about them in great detail. 5. Star Wars: Episode VII ...

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Never Had A Friend Like Me: A Tribute to Robin Williams


On August 11th, 2014, we lost someone very important. Robin Williams was an innovator, a genius of improvisation, and more importantly a genuine soul. Let’s get one thing straight, folks: I will not be speaking on the how, what and why of his death, but instead celebrating his life and how he helped shape not ...

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Blade Runner: The Game – A Retrospective


The futuristic, bleak, smog filled, rain sodden, crowded, high-tech world that is depicted in Ridley Scott’s 1982 cult science fiction film Blade Runner appears to be an increasingly accurate prediction of how modern society is evolving. Set in the year of 2019, in a multi-cultural, neon lit and advertisement filled Los Angeles, it follows the ...

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Could The Next Zelda Game Be Procedurally Generated?


After Nintendo’s E3 event, many fans were elated to hear that there was a new Legend of Zelda game in the works and that it would apparently offer an open world. For many gamers, this terminology reminds them of games in the Elder Scrolls series such as Oblivion and Skyrim, both titles that offer an ...

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