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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced their nominations for the AMD eSports Audience Award. Presented at the British Academy Games Awards, this is the only award voted on by the public. The nominations for the AMD Esports Audience Award are: Clash Royale   Counter-Strike: Global Offensive   Dota 2   League […]


In 2012, Valve launched Steam Greenlight which allowed developers to pay a one time fee of $100 to submit as many games as they want to the Steam Community for voting. Since then, the release of games has risen exponentially and, in return, has flooded the market with half-assed buggy games, promised releases still in […]


By corib3ar On 18 Feb, 2017 At 07:59 PM | Categorized As Games, PC Games, Reviews, Videos | With Comments Off on Ampu-Tea – The Game I Won at Failing

I only played Ampu-Tea for slightly less than 17 minutes, so I don’t think I can actually write a review about it. On the same note, I only played Ampu-Tea for 17 minutes, so that should be about as much of a review as you need. If you still want to put yourself through this, […]


By corib3ar On 16 Feb, 2017 At 08:54 PM | Categorized As Featured | With Comments Off on The Media Fights PewDiePie, PewDiePie Fights Back

My opinions are my own.   I remember the first time I ever watched a PewDiePie video. Some annoying shit where he was yelling over a horror game that he had been tasked to play. I literally thought he was the worst thing in the world. My opinion has not changed since then. What I […]


By corib3ar On 15 Feb, 2017 At 07:51 PM | Categorized As Featured, Games, iOS, Mobile Games | With Comments Off on Second Gen Pokemon come to Pokemon GO

Get ready for the second wave of annoying people who walk staring at their phones and don’t think to look before they cross the street because Pokemon GO is getting a YUGE update with the release of Second Gen Pokemon by the end of the week.  These include Pokémon originally discovered in the Johto region […]


By corib3ar On 15 Feb, 2017 At 07:37 PM | Categorized As Featured, Games | With Comments Off on Tickets for PAX AUS on Sale March 14th

MELBOURNE – Feb. 16, 2017 – PAX Australia will take place 27-29 Oct. 2017, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre-tickets are scheduled to go on sale 14 March, 2017. “Australia’s gaming community has given PAX such an incredible home here,” said Jerry Holkins, co-founder of PAX and Penny Arcade.  “This year will see the fifth PAX Aus […]


League of Legends

Hunt of the Blood Moon will become available again between 02/17/2017-02/21-2017 I’ve always been oddly critical of any new mode League of Legends decides to bring up. Partially because the gameplay behind them completely invalidates any actual work I’ve put into learning the game, but mostly because I suck at it. The Hunt of the […]


By corib3ar On 21 Jan, 2016 At 03:52 PM | Categorized As Featured, Games | With Comments Off on Falling Back in Love with Video Games
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New Year’s resolutions rarely come in the form of “I’m going to play video games again”, but mine did. Not to say I had completely stop playing them. I tinkered around on Destiny and Dragon Age for a little bit, but the excitement of playing them no longer gave me pleasure like it usually would. […]


By corib3ar On 29 May, 2015 At 11:05 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games, PC Games, Power the Indie, Reviews | With Comments Off on Review: Toren

  I don’t normally wait this long after finishing a game to write a review. I like my thoughts to be fresh and I think my gut instinct about a game is the most honest. With Toren, I found it hard to trust what I was feeling because it felt like a good game. I’m […]