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‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ impresses so far with its depth, detail and beauty | review part 1

Thus far Elder Scrolls Online has impressed with its staggering level of refinement both large and small. It may be early in the game, but I can’t envision this becoming the gear chase that many of its contemporaries do. At least not while there’s still so much to develop about what’s in my character rather than what‘s on it.

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‘Game Dev Tycoon’ might make you want to make something


As a management simulation, Game Dev Tycooon delivers a satisfying play experience. I would like to hope, though, that some people weren’t satisfied with simulation. I would like to hope that some people decided that they, too, could bring a little more pixilated art into the world.

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The choice is/isn’t yours to play ‘The Stanley Parable’


As an indie game, The Stanley Parable is excellent. The writing is sarcastic and funny and the design is simple while not feeling like a throwaway or flash game. My only hangup would perhaps be the price which is a bit steep for a game you can complete in just a few hours.

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Be the envy of your friends with ‘Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition’


Bethesda Softworks announced a couple days ago that it will release The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition—a premium collector’s edition for the super highly-anticipated The Elder Scrolls Online. To accompany this announcement, Bethesda released a new holy-crap-amazing trailer entitled "The Arrival."

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Female game developer talks about being threatened with rape


Vice Magazine recently did an interview with Zoe Quinn, designer of Depression Quest, outlining what happens during the process of getting a game green lighted on Steam. Some of the things she talks about are pretty shocking like getting phone calls of rape threats and being "raided" by male gamers (i.e. attacked en masse) on Twitter.

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