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  • #GamerGate: IGN Contributor Has Public Meltdown Following Game Journo Pro Leaks

    Published at One Angry Gamer - 254 readers

    Things have began to crumble in the oligarchy; the ivory tower is not what it used to be. One of the freelance contributing writers for IGN Tech (or perhaps, former contributor?) went wild on Twitter recently, completely going off the handle following the leaked e-mails from the private group called the Game Journalist Professionals.

  • #GamerGate: You’re Winning And Here Are A Few Of Your Achievements

    Published at One Angry Gamer - 112 readers

    Given that most of all the articles of #GamerGate have been some of the most depressing and abhorrent stuff one could imagine – all involving the video game industry – I decided it was time to take a break and go over some of the good stuff following some positive articles that have been popping up.

  • #GamerGate: Kotaku, Nerd-Shaming And Ben Kuchera

    One Angry Gamer - - 40 readers - Just over a year ago the Game Journo Pro group had a very interesting conversation about “nerd shaming”. Using someone’s hobby to publicly humiliate them. This hot-button topic casually bubbled up into the conversation after Patricia Hernandez wrote an article on Kotaku about “This Is What A Brony Party Looks Like”, which was basically a video of people dancing at a My Little Pony Party.
  • #GamerGate: ‘If You Said Something You Regret, Be Prepared’ Says Game Journo Pro Creator

    One Angry Gamer - - 29 readers - If you haven’t heard, Breitbart published another article about the Game Journo Pros. An ongoing saga involving the secret mailing list of gaming and tech media’s “elite” journalists that came out during the #GamerGate consumer revolt. Well, there were still some interesting moments taking place in the thread that didn’t go public… particularly involving Kyle Orland’s intentions ...

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  • The Israeli cat rifle and other weapons even crazier than Sunset Overdrive's

    … Insomniac's upcoming Sunset Overdrive boasts a pretty unpredictable arsenal of weaponry, but an afternoon of historical research reveals that it's guns and gizmos aren't actually that outlandish after all. With the Xbox One exclusive in mind, we've dedicated our latest gallery to the insane real-life weaponry you won't believe weren't made…

    2 readers - CVG -


  • Comments of the Week

    … distress caused by the loud, aggressive Commander in Operation Flashpoint- Red River- - £3,000 for the turmoil caused by MOH- Warfighters terrible menu system - £50p for Pix the Cat making me knock over a cup of coffee while dancing to the theme music - £50 for GTA Heists just not showing up - £20 from Capcom because you can have too many…

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  • Is The Stealth Genre Dying?

    … stealth games now feature a time-based ‘search field’ which sometimes even appears on screen as a timer. This not only detracts from the ambiguity of not knowing when an enemy will give up on their search, but also from the ‘human’ qualities of the enemy. We do not fear the enemy for the enemy is not human – the enemy becomes mathematical…

    2 readers - Hayden Westfield Bell - n3rdabl3 -
  • History Lesson: Elite, the first stunning open-universe game

    …Were you Elite? Chances are you knew a few bold souls ready to stake a claim to Competent, but the ranks thinned out through Dangerous and Deadly to the super-exclusive members' club at the top. Nevertheless, with a hearty two-finger salute to those scumbag Thargoids, we racked up years of fun trying to get there. In 1984, arcades were in full…

    2 readers - CVG -
  • The RPS Bargain Bucket: Cat-llergical Problems

    … variety than triple-A talent. And the Shiny Loot 8 is no different. As of the time of writing, we have seven games up for grabs, with an additional three sitting anxiously in the wings. There’s Unearthed, which is like Uncharted but with a different regional slant and Lylian, which puts players in the role of a smiling asylum resident. Crazy Machines…

    4 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • #GamerGate: Destructoid, Corruption And Ruined Careers

    …Allistar Pinsof, a former writer for Destructoid, has come forward after dealing with a year of turmoil and frustration for not having received proper justice, following an unusual situation that spawned from Pinsof warning consumers about an IndieGoGo campaign. Combined with certain e-mails from the Game Journo Pros mailing list, his information…

    17 readers - William Usher - One Angry Gamer -
  • Golden Joysticks: A history of Game Of The Year

    … to you that only one Call Of Duty game has ever won Game Of The Year. Though other CODs have been nominated over the years and ultimately beaten to the punch by the likes of Fallout 3, Mass Effect 2 and Portal 2, Modern Warfare managed to do what its siblings couldn't and earn prestige (ahem) with the top award. It's an award it deserved too, as Modern…

    1 readers - CVG -
  • PlayStation Store Sneak Peek: October 21st 2014

    …PlayStation Store Sneak Peek: October 21st 2014 Posted by Jonathan A on October 16th, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: Sneak Peek Be sure to check out our Upcoming Games list for all the latest release dates on PSN content. Also, remember this list is for the North American PlayStation Store and is subject to change. If you are looking for PlayStation…

    6 readers - PSNStores -


  • Xbox One October Update is out now!

    …Yesterday, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson made a post to his blog, found here, detailing the October Xbox One Update. It began rolling out last night, so most Xbox One owners should have the update already. The October Update added a large amount of new features and fixes. You can read the full, detailed list over on Major Nelson’s Blog. But, I…

    4 readers - Brandon Blicharz - The Gamer Headlines -
  • 10 Thoughts On.. Survivor: San Juan del Sur – Episode 4 Review

    … managed to fly under-the-radar and survived the most dangerous point for her own game. 6. That scene with Alec giving Baylor a hard time because that’s how his father raised him was absolutely fascinating. While Drew certainly deserved to leave this week, I would have liked to have seen the story of the brothers continue as I thought…

    3 readers - Inside Pulse -

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