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Thought we could have a retro blog. I know I am not the best of writers, but will be fun and retro. I will review sega, 90s and early 2000nds. I hope you will read them and enjoy. I just wanted to give something to the my gaming family.
I will do age of mythology soon and X-men clone wars(sega genesis)
Updated 21-02-2010 at 08:41 PM by Tsar
Most readers are aware of the different eSports competitions like Dreamhack, Kode 5, World Cyber Games, ESWC, etc., but are they aware of the IeSF?
IeSF stands for the International eSports Federation, and their goals are to promote eSports as an accredited sport on a worldwide basis.
Having only been founded in 2008, the organization already has 15 member nations with
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but on the 10th of February 2010 the MSSA stated on their Facebook fan page that the MSSA will start an official interschool league.
Now that’s a great development!
I wish I was able to play computer games for my school. Can you imagine it, a teacher yelling at you to go practice computer games because they want to beat their arch rivals
Gaming, that is.
For a while I have been wondering where the line is drawn between softcore (some prefer the term 'casual') and hardcore gamers.
What gamer you are does not really have to do with how many games you own, because I have come across individuals who own no gaming
When it comes down to storytelling in games it’s easy to admit that both us gamers and literary critics are somewhat sceptical of how well games can be used as a mediums to tell stories. Very seldom, give or take your odd Final Fantasy or similar EP!C role playing game, do video games deliver truly amazing stories that keep you as enthralled as the gameplay does. However, some times games do have