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The Art of Destiny – A review

Dec 22, 14 The Art of Destiny – A review

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

Recently, I was given the opportunity to review Destiny: The Poster Collection and the fantastic artwork it had in it. Now I have been presented with a chance to look through The Art of Destiny, released by game developer Bungie in collaboration with Insight Editions. Sure, I might sound like a broken record at this point, but the visuals found within are absolutely captivating.

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Pixelated prostitution: Feminist sex work debate bleeds into video games

Dec 21, 14 Pixelated prostitution: Feminist sex work debate bleeds into video games

Posted by in Gaming

In her series of controversial videos critiquing sexism in video games, Anita Sarkeesian often focuses on the way games treat sex workers. She points to games like Hitman: Absolution, in which characters can dump the dead body of a stripper over a railing as a way to distract police; or Saints Row, in which characters are encouraged to steal prostitutes from one pimp and deliver them to another.

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Game Boy Games Could Come To Smartphones And Planes

Dec 11, 14 Game Boy Games Could Come To Smartphones And Planes

Posted by in Gaming, Juxtaposed In Japan

Following news that Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. is available on Texas Instruments calculators thanks to the wizardry of an obscure solo game maker, CNET is now reporting that Nintendo themselves may be looking to take their games beyond their traditional devices, with a patent to have Game Boy games move to various devices such as phones, and even the backs of seats in cars and planes.

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Zadzooks Video Game Gift Guide: Best Picks For Apple’s iPad

Dec 09, 14 Zadzooks Video Game Gift Guide: Best Picks For Apple’s iPad

Posted by in Gaming, Seasonal

Looking for some gift ideas for the iPad gamer in your family? Here's a few top games you should check out this Christmas.

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Be A Good Star Citizen – Buy A Starship And A Space Pet

Dec 06, 14 Be A Good Star Citizen – Buy A Starship And A Space Pet

Posted by in An English Angle, Gaming

The online PC game Star Citizen, designed by developer Chris Roberts, has blown away all previous crowdfunding successes by raising more than $65 million from 700,000 backers – that’s more than three times the previous record. It’s not too late to get in on the Star Citizen action – you can still grab your own ship, “Digital Electro Skin Hull Enhancement,” or, coolest of all, your own space pet.

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Not The Game You Want, But The Game You Need

Nov 28, 14 Not The Game You Want, But The Game You Need

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

“This War of Mine” has garnered lots of press attention as a war game that has you assuming the roles of noncombatants. It’s been pegged as a thinking and time-management survival game, a moral simulator that puts the faces of real people to war. You play a real person trying to survive rather than the role of supersoldier #28 who can miraculously heal his wounds by hiding behind a wall for five seconds.

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Activision Snipes Call of Duty YouTube Exploit Videos

Nov 26, 14 Activision Snipes Call of Duty YouTube Exploit Videos

Posted by in Gaming

Take cover, gamers, or you may be hit with a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown notice.

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Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Nov 23, 14 Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming, Technology

As Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. for Wii U hits the stores, one resourceful genius has found a way to help entertain bored students or offices workers who can’t smuggle a 3DS or Wii U into their place of work or study. Super Smash Bros. is now available on calculators.

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PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Nov 22, 14 PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Posted by in Gaming, Technology

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of Microsoft’s eighth-generation Xbox One, and Sony celebrated the one-year anniversary of its PlayStation 4 on Nov. 15. Now that both consoles have been available for one year, we’re here to look at which is the better buy.

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The (Incredible) Art Of Destiny – A Review

Nov 16, 14 The (Incredible) Art Of Destiny – A Review

Posted by in Gaming, Miracles Of The Modern

Insight Editions is set to release a new product line based on the Destiny video game franchise by Bungie and Activision. These will include a poster collection, a hardcover blank journal, and The Art of Destiny, which will feature not only incredible artwork, but also a look into how the game came together visually. Insight Editions was even so kind as to provide redOrbit with review copies.

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