Staff in the video games industry are protesting their working conditions


In a wake of protests, eye-opening accounts of horrific events and a political storm of hashtags, the latest one comes from the video game industry with the hashtag AsAGamesWorker. Here’s what you need to know.

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The Road to QuakeCon 2018: 6 things you must do while in Dallas


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QuakeCon 2018 is quickly approaching us with only a week left before the Annual Greeting event begins. In order to help pass the time once the showroom floor begins to close, we’ve decided to compile 10 things you must absolutely do while in Dallas, TX.

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The Road to QuakeCon 2018 – A Look Back at the Beginning


With less than two weeks left until QuakeCon 2018, David reflects back on what has led up to his excitement to attend the event and why he’s looking forward to QuakeCon 2018 in Dallas, TX, at the Gaylord Texan.

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E3 2018: Editors Top 10 Picks


With E3 2018 coming to a wrap, our editor’s have sat down and discussed their top picks from the week-long expo and have decided to pick what they thought was the best of the best out of all the games at the show. Let’s take a look at their top 10 picks from E3 2018.

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The Overwatch League Grand Finals sold out, final season schedule outlined

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Since the establishment of the Overwatch League fans around the world have begun to cheer on some of the best players in the game. As the League begins to prepare to wrap up its season, so do the fans cheering on their teams, and now, they’ve managed to sell out tickets to the Barclays Center.

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The Game Awards 2018 date announced


Hosted and produced by Geoff Keighley, The Game Awards 2018 will continue its global celebration of the video game industry. Today, The Game Awards has been revealed to be returning to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles this December.

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Children’s Corner: Should you listen to the ESRB labels placed on games?


In our first Children’s Corner topic, we want to talk about you, your kids, and the ESRB warning labels that are placed on video games. In the today’s topic, we’ll cover the meaning behind them, why you should acknowledge them, and if you should even purchase a game outside the given rating.

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon’s Creator Has Left Ubisoft



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Have you ever had a chance to play that 80’s synthwave scored, neon-lit, cyberpunk filled, action-film inspired spin-off called Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon? If so, you may be familiar with the creative director Dean Evans’ most ambitious project to date. However, many may not know his work behind the Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed franchises, and an unannounced project he’d been working on that ended up being canceled during development.

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Games, Bonding, And A Son’s Love For His Father

He sits to attention, hands on mouse and keyboard, glasses dipped partially down over his nose, his cheeks tense with anticipation. His beard is now white at 59, his smile slightly more weathered than before, but his intent on besting whatever challenge is thrown up on screen has never wavered. For 31 years, I’ve shared these sorts of experiences with my father, and will cherish the time ahead now it seems so limited.

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Comic Book Artist and Personality Colleen Doran Has Been Selected for Wizard World’s Hall of Legends


Colleen Doran isn’t a small name when it comes to comic books. She’s seen artwork appear on the New York Times bestseller list for Troll Bridge and the Stan Lee autobiography, which was earned a Young Adult Library Services Great Graphics Novels for Teens nomination, and will take her place as the one of the first women to be added to Marvel’s Bullpen.

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