At the beginning of the year, we posted. that the way we consume videogames was changing irrevocably. Nowhere is it clearer then in the latest sales numbers. Viva la revolucion!
Time for a post April Fool’s Day edition of Free-Fire Fandemonium. I can say that Josh Allen, has agreed to write guest articles for the blog every now and then, and graciously gave up some of his time to get the monthly shenanigans done. Let’s get to it!
There are mods out there in the Steam Workshop that will allow you to easily expand the time limit for missions, or remove them entirely. If that’s an issue for you, then go ahead and download them. There are also three mods by the Long War team that add
And it’s not the price alone ($90 is expensive, however).. it’s the fact that Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13 is just plain not available in English. And that disappoints me.
Some interesting feedback from my last article. We had a range of opinions and some interesting comments on where PC Gaming is, and where console games are likely going.
Well, as the year’s officially ticked over into 2016, we have a couple items on the Oculus Rift, Steam details of account exposure, a couple companies reversing recent trends back into the gaming market, and FF IX coming to phones/PC. Click Continue Reading…
The Digital Revolution is no longer coming.. it is here. That’s a bold statement to make, but we see evidence of it in the United States, as well as overseas.