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    Soco Cinconegui

    Soco is a writer and translator from Buenos Aires, Argentina, working as Narrative Designer for a local gamedev studio. After work, she tries to play some games and write a few lines for her own visual novel, but she mostly falls asleep.

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  • The Sims 4: Parenthood, or, how Millennials are Killing Family, Too

    The Sims 4: Parenthood, or, how Millennials are Killing Family, Too2

    The Sims 4 has been out for almost three years now, and I’ve been playing it almost since launch. I’ve bought DLC after DLC but, until now, none addressed my one major qualm about the base game: its lack of family-oriented gameplay features. But with the addition of the Toddler life-stage earlier this year, and

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  • Mobile RPGs: A Necessary Experiment

    Mobile RPGs: A Necessary Experiment0

    A death foretold happened last week: my laptop, which I had bought pre-owned, died after approximately three years of use. I admit it, I might have played a big role in her demise. I put her through thousands of hours of more intensive gaming than she was built to handle. I know there is a

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  • Witchers, Soldiers, a Barrel-Smashing Troll: A First Look at Gwent

    Witchers, Soldiers, a Barrel-Smashing Troll: A First Look at Gwent0

    Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Publisher: CD Projekt Platform: PC, XBox One Release Date: Currently in Closed Beta Note: This review is of the beta version of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game. I signed up for the closed beta of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, sometime in July and didn’t give it much thought after

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  • Dystopic RPGs for Dystopic Times

    Dystopic RPGs for Dystopic Times0

    For at least the past couple of centuries, dystopian fiction has arisen time and again as a resource used by writers to criticize—and probably cope with—the society and circumstances of their times. The most brilliant works of this kind have emerged at the darkest moments in history, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that

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