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February 7, 2018

Paragon – The fall of the MOBA and the Rise of the Battle Royale

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I really wanted to enjoy Paragon.  And for the most part I did.

Having been burnt out excessively on League of Legends, I wanted a new MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) to get into.  I had hoped for something in the realm of Battleborn or Overwatch but they didn’t really feel like a MOBA.  Seeing as these two birthed the “Hero Shooter” genre I think most of the world would agree with me on this.  I didn’t care for SMITE as I couldn’t get into the “limited” scope of Gods and Pantheons that they were going to pull their champions from.  When I heard of Paragon, that seemed like it’d be up my [...]

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March 19, 2017

Rend coming to fix the survival sandbox

I’ve long had a love/hate relationship with survival sandbox games. From Minecraft and Don’t Starve to Rust/Ark/Osiris New Dawn, you do much of the same thing and build up your base, harvest your supplies, then maximize your gear. Once you hit that pinnacle of min/max that’s about it on single-player. On multi-player games, you just pray to stay out of sight of whoever the big server guild is to even reach that point! It usually get boring or frustrating very quickly. You either deal with it or find a new server to hope it goes better, or you move onto another game and come back after a few months, hoping to see some changes that’ll reignite your passion for [...]

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March 13, 2017

LiquidSky Upgrades Hardware and New Streaming PlansPrior to Launch

The void left by Sony’s purchase of OnLive and subsequent closure has a new company that has been quietly building up in closed beta in preparation to join the fight.

LiquidSky has raised millions to develop its platform. It uses a currency called SkyCredits to buy time on their service. After having to discontinue their unlimited plan due to abuse, they have announced new plans that cover monthly as well as pay-as-you-go.

“Upgraded hardware means our cheapest package is super powerful,” LiquidSky says, “Anyone who’s tried LiquidSky before will tell you that our hardware is FAST, blistering through games. With the upgrades to the new LiquidSky, [...]

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March 8, 2017

Ubisoft’s Steep goes free-to-play this weekend

If you fancy a romp in the powder (digital that is), this weekend will be a good time to try it.

Starting March 10th and going through March 12th, you’ll be able to access the game across PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

What do you get? You get access to the full game plus the recently released Alaska DLC. That’s all the courses, challenges, and gear, no restrictions.

Your progress is saved if you decide you want to buy the full version which will be discounted during the event.

You can read more about the event over on their website.


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