"Gaming" Blogs & Blog Posts

idreamelectricidreamelectric

Design, photography, games, gadgets and life

 
TraygonTraygon

Personal blog of Richard Edmonds, some fantastic posts covering all topics ...

 
My PES BlogMy PES Blog

Just a place for me to put pro evolution soccer stuff and write about footb...

 
Epic FailEpic Fail

A Dungeons & Dragons based Fantasy webcomic by Amy Letts. Danger, Dece...

 
Mario Vs Master ChiefMario Vs Master Chief

Mario Vs Master Chief is a blog about gaming. The blog is written by me, Ph...

 


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Video game fans frequently try to crown one favorite or another as "The Best." There are tens of thousands of words scattered across the internet, all devoted to identifying the titles that represent the absolute pinnacle of games one can play. ...

Iron Man should be the best hero to transition from comics to VR. His own interactions with his suit touch on augmented reality controls, steering a powerful avatar in sync with Stark’s movements. So, just like me, with a pair of digital wands with...

Last month’s Itch.io Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality was a massive hit with gamers, raising over eight million dollars for the NAACP and Community Bail Fund. The key to its success was the sheer size of its offering for a $5 minimum donation...

Fighting game tournament Evo 2020 has been canceled after co-founder Joey “Mr. Wizard” Cuellar was accused of assaulting a minor. The esports tournament, which announced in May that it was going online-only in the wake of COVID-19, will now not g...

Sony confirmed a few months back that Horizon Zero Dawn would no longer be a PlayStation 4 exclusive, and now we know when it’ll make its way to PC. Guerrilla Games’ hit action RPG will hit the Epic Store and Steam on August 7th.The PC version of...

Sony’s PlayStation brand is the latest to jump on board with other companies who have stopped running ads on Facebook and Instagram, reports GamesIndustry.biz. PlayStation is joining a host of other brands who’ve stopped running ads on the platfo...

If you played Flash-based games in the 2000s, you probably remember Kongregate, a website that hosted over 100,000 browser games. Developers of any experience level could upload their creations, and users could find a host of oddball options that you...