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David Jagneaux
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I wrote about some more of my #virtualreality experiences from #GDC for @PasteMagazine right here! #VR #gaming #games  #oculus
Virtual reality has felt like the next big thing in tech for years now, but its arrival felt closer than ever at this year's GDC. We look at some of the best VR tech exhibited at the trade show.
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Switch Galaxy Ultra Review – The Fast and the Frustrating

Switch Galaxy Ultra is a cross between endless runner style gameplay and the setting of a sci-fi racing game. The player controls a spaceship pilot named Vince Vance as you race across the galaxy, dodging obstacles, and collecting resources like credits…
Switch Galaxy Ultra is a cross between endless runner style gameplay and the setting of a sci-fi racing game. The player controls a spaceship pilot named Vince Vance as you race across the galaxy, ...
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I do not personally believe that using a formula that equates your hours to money spent is an effective way to measure the quality of a game or if it's worth your time. I have enjoyed lots of short games and enjoyed lots of long games, but I've also been disappointed by both short and long games as well. For example, I played through The Last of Us once and enjoyed it even more than I enjoyed playing an open world game like Watch_Dogs. On the flip side, I was a bit disappointed by The Evil Within and didn't even finish my playthrough, whereas the open world of Shadow of Mordor kept me coming back.

Every game tries to do different things in different ways so just because its length might be short when compared to a game in a different genre, it doesn't necessarily mean it's not worth the money in my opinion. I feel like gaming has evolved to be too complex of a medium to simply water it down to "how much did I pay per hour for this experience?" 

But hey, we all judge things differently and that's what's great about games!
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I entirely agree.
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List of the 5 Best MMOs to Play as a Couple on Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air this time of year. Stores are lines with pink and red decorations, flowers poke out in every direction, and romantic gifts are littered across the aisles. In fact, the upcoming holiday Valentine’s Day just so happens to be on a Saturday…
Love is in the air this time of year. Stores are lines with pink and red decorations, flowers poke out in every direction, and romantic gifts are littered across the aisles. In fact, the upcoming h...
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Life Update - 2/1/15 - Staying Busy

Well, it’s been a while. I haven’t posted anything on this blog in about 8 months. That isn’t because nothings happened, though. In fact, it’s the exact opposite! Ever since I moved to California it’s just been a whirlwind of stuff happening in my life in…
Well, it's been a while. I haven't posted anything on this blog in about 8 months. That isn't because nothings happened, though. In fact, it's the exact opposite! Ever since I moved to California i...
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I made a list and vid of the BEST #freetoplay PC #MMO games in 2015! http://thekoalition.com/videos/top-best-free-mmorpg-play-2015/ …@everquest_next @ArcheAge @BlackDesertNA#MMORPG
Another year means another slate of upcoming MMORPGs to keep an eye on. Last year, my top 5 free MMORPGs of 2014 list had a few games on it that had been around for a while, but this year I decided to take a look at only new and upcoming games on the horizon. That means no Lord of the Rings Online, no Neverwinter, no TERA, and no Rift. This list is all about the future and which MMORPGs you need to have on your radar – as well as some recent rele...
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All of my coverage from #GDC  will be linked here in this post - http://thekoalition.com/2015/the-koalition-at-gdc-2015

Right now you can check out all of pics from the convention - it will be constantly updated throughout next week! 
Check out all the pictures from The Koalition's time at GDC 2015! This post will also be updated with all hands-on coverage from the conference.
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Have you ever tried porting any of your projects to mobile? I am curious about how a game like this (which is heavily mouse-based) would transfer to a touch mobile interface. Intuitively, it seems like it'd be a much more simple transition as opposed to say, for example, a button-based platform action game.
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5 Tips for Being a Great Guild Leader

Being a guild leader is hard. It’s really hard. In fact, it may as well be considered a full-time job in a lot of cases. Between knowing all of your members just like a manager at work, running websites and forums just like a standard website owner, and…
Being a guild leader is hard. It’s really hard. In fact, it may as well be considered a full-time job in a lot of cases. Between knowing all of your members just like a manager at work, running web...
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5 Things I Want From Dragon’s Dogma Online

When I first played Dragon’s Dogma back at its launch in 2012, I felt like I had stumbled across something that would surely go down as a cult classic. It was rough around the edges, had some quirks that wouldn’t appeal to everyone, and lacked a true…
When I first played Dragon’s Dogma back at its launch in 2012, I felt like I had stumbled across something that would surely go down as a cult classic. It was rough around the edges, had some quirk...
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They've already patched this and SOE has been amazing in regards to addressing issues and concerns. The game is great so far, especially for an Early Access Alpha.
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When I ran this map, the players came in from the south entrance to the Black Spider's area and I had the doppleganger waiting there, disguised as Gundren. I had him attempt to shove the Black Spider (darkness was cast, so he actually shoved the air lol) and then dash over like he was heading for the door. The next attack, he was able to ambush their Rogue and nearly drop her in a single hit.

It was pretty epic!
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I find as a somewhat new DM I have lots of ideas for awesome setups like the one you describe, I just don't always have them in the moment! But I get better the more adventures I run, it's a fun journey.
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University of North Texas recent graduate with degrees in both Technical Communication and Political Science.
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    Technical Communication, 2009 - 2013
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    Political Science, 2009 - 2013
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