Category: gaming

This guy makes some ridiculous mods that you c…

This guy makes some ridiculous mods that you can play for Grand Theft Auto, including Pokemon, Lion King, Street Fighter, Final Fantasy, and even Jack Skellington.  

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This Guys $30,000 Computer Gaming Rig Will Mak…

This Guys $30,000 Computer Gaming Rig Will Make You Jealous: undefined

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The Four Person Air Hockey Table Is Just As Awesome As It Sounds

The Four Person Air Hockey Table Is Just As Awesome As It Sounds

These Wall-Mounted Arcade Machines Take Up Half The Space

These Wall-Mounted Arcade Machines Take Up Half The Space

‘Pet the Pup’ shows what it’s like to be an introvert at a party…

‘Pet the Pup’ shows what it’s like to be an introvert at a party when all you want to do is befriend the pets

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This video game had the horrible idea of turning a giant evil…

This video game had the horrible idea of turning a giant evil spider from ‘Lord of the Rings’ into an attractive woman

  • Let’s talk about Shadow of War. No, not about the delay. Not about the microtransactions either. We’re also not here to address the egregious sidelining of a black character to a side-story in a series that’s aggressively white, but that’s closer. We’re going to address Shelob.
  • Shelob — who most casual fans of Lord of the Rings
    might remember as a giant spider who captures and almost eats Frodo
    Baggins before Sam Gamgee stabs her and drives her away with Earendil’s
    Star — will appear in the sequel to Shadow of Mordoras a sexy lady.
  • The developers have tried to justify this change, but does it really hold any water? Not really, and here’s why. Read more (8/15/17)

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My mother’s mental illness was a tragedy, not a video game…

My mother’s mental illness was a tragedy, not a video game narrative device

My father passed away when I was 9 years old, leaving
me with my mother as my only caretaker. I had noticed even as a young
child that mom seemed to be a “little off” sometimes, but it wasn’t
until shortly after my dad died that she began showing symptoms of
schizophrenia in earnest.

I had to become a grown-up a lot faster than I
should have — and when she had a particularly severe psychotic episode,
it became my responsibility to keep her safe.

So I was excited to see that Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice,
a new game from indie developer Ninja Theory, planned to tell a story
through the eyes of Senua, the protagonist who’s living with psychosis. The team even consulted mental health professionals
to avoid portraying Senua as stereotypically “crazy,” instead trying to
help players understand what it’s really like to live with a mental
illness.

I ended up disappointed. Read more (8/15/17)

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