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Comments Off on Broadband Blunders & Mac Machinations
26 Aug 2017

Broadband Blunders & Mac Machinations

This is a story in two parts, both revolving around a simple desire: to turn my ageing MacBook Air into a simple gaming machine. Bought in late 2013, it was nearing the end of its useful life as a workhorse, … Continue reading

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Comments Off on Warcraft: Legion – Endgame Perfected?
23 Sep 2016

Warcraft: Legion – Endgame Perfected?

With a few notable exceptions, levelling in MMOs is a temporary experience. We get a few weeks of meaty questing and cinematics, followed by months of waiting for content updates. It’s the Achilles Heel of the theme-park experience – rich … Continue reading

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7 Mar 2016

The Stardew Valley Fallacy

Recently, I’ve been playing Stardew Valley a lot. It’s a charming retro game, featuring a young hero who shuns being a corporate slave, trading it for a new life on his grandfather’s farm. But it’s not just about growing crops and … Continue reading

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8 Sep 2013

Marking Cards: A First Look at Hearthstone

When I was a kid, I used to play Magic: The Gathering. Every weekend, dad would drive my brother and I to a local tournament, where we’d duel other players from across the county. Sometimes I’d do well, sometimes I’d … Continue reading

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17 Oct 2011

Hobbyists, Indies and the Doom Moment

Have you ever wanted to change something about your favourite MMO? Maybe write your own questline or create your own models? Perhaps build your own game world or maybe even write your own game? Have you wanted to go from … Continue reading

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