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Con Diary: MAGFest 2015!

MAGFest, short for the Music and Games Festival, was head-to-head with the inaugural PAX South this year, running January 23-26. Big competition for an event that started in the woods of Virginia and has expanded over 13 years into a nerd bacchanal that anticipates 15,000 plus people over three  ...

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Games

Game Review: Child of Light

January is Amnesty Month! We’re writing about things we missed in 2014. Child of Light Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Publisher: Ubisoft Platforms: PC, Playstation 3/4/Vita, XBox 360/One, WiiU Just a month after the maligned and female-less co-op mode launch of Assassin’s Creed Unity, another  ...

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Class, Games

Game Review: The Deep Forest

The Deep Forest is a role-playing game based on the idea that a group of monsters have driven off the humans and reclaimed their land. They have one year before the Heroes will return, and the monster’s time will end. Until then, it is the monster’s opportunity to make the area their own.

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Games, Roundtable

Fate Reforged: Roundtable

Featuring Jo Fu, Jules Low, and Rachel Stevens “Travel back in time to a war-torn Tarkir where five clans clash with the mighty dragons of the past. The choices made now will decide the fate of Tarkir.” At least, that’s the idea according to the Magic site. Let’s see  ...

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Games, Gender

Get Your Game On Wednesday

Women in games, questionable game content, loyalty rewards and graphs! We have it all in this week’s Get Your Game On Wednesday. The Market for Computer and Video Games releases the 100 Top Women in Games People often struggle to think of the amazing women in games. It’s reassuring  ...

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Games

My First RPG: Below the Root

In grade six, there were two Commodore-64’s in the classroom, and if we did all our work, then we had a chance to play one of the three games available. I used to do my work extra fast so I could score extra time. Because I really needed to pense the bunnies. Little did I know at the  ...

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