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TraygonTraygon

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

 
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Design, photography, games, gadgets and life

 
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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Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Online casino gambling is really exciting. The games are always interesting because they are constantly being updated. Millions of people … The post The Future of Gambling – What Can We Expect for 20...

Pokémon Go has finally come to South Korea, more than six months after the global phenomenon launched in other regions. While the South Korean smartphone market is among the more advanced globally, it took months for the mobile game to be releas...

The Ben Heck Show team has been approached to repair and enhance a vintage Japanese arcade Pachinko machine! Pachinko machines are common gambling games in Japan, and are still in use today. Most of the modern titles have hidden features, hints...

Letter from the Editor It's official. Welcome to Trump's America, everybody. And while there were plenty of eyes on the president-elect's questionable cabinet choices this past week, Obama still managed to make some headlines of his...

Now that Ubisoft has spent some time improving the fundamentals of The Division, it's ready to focus on more content. And this time, there's a lot for seasoned players -- even those who'll never pay for add-ons. The upcoming free 1.6...

How Historical Games Integrate or Ignore Slavery Amanda Kerri, Rock Paper Shotgun Video games certainly don't claim to always offer a depiction of the "real world," but for those titles rooted in historical events, how the narrative ad...

 You can’t try this at home, even if you wanted to. Today’s premiere of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier exhibit proved there are vivid opportunities for a third kind of virtual reality beyond tethered and mobile:...