A Polemic On Making Hard Games Easy

Media personalities are insane. They are digitized egos yearning for validation in the black hole of opinion. No light escapes, but sometimes there’s a paycheck—unless the writers busy learning to code. Video game critics (who will be called by their appropriate designation, “bloggers”) arguably exhale the largest gravity sucking spheres of nonsense. Either their editorial meetings race to the bottom [...]

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How to Play Brown Dust on PC

Brown Dust launched in English worldwide on March 7, 2019 for Android and iOS. The game is developed by South Korean game developer Neowiz and while its only available officially on mobile, Brown Dust can be played on the PC using any of the popular Android emulators. How to Play Brown Dust on PC: Start by downloading an android emulator, [...]

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How to Play Azur Lane on PC

Azur Lane launched in English worldwide on July 16, 2018 for Android and iOS. The game is officially available only on mobile devices, but it is playable on the PC using any of the popular Android emulators and actually plays really well on PC. How to Play Azur Lane on PC: Simply download your favorite android emulator and find Azur [...]

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The Weekly Raid: Are You Playing Apex Legends?

When PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) launched in 2017 it catapulted the niche Battle Royale genre into the mainstream. Its success was quickly followed by Fortnite which grew so fast that it transcended the video gaming industry and became a cultural phenomena, not unlike Pokemon in the early 1990s. With so much hype around Fortnite and PUBG, it was easy to assume [...]

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How to Play Langrisser Mobile on PC

Langrisser Mobile launched in English worldwide on January 22, 2019 for Android and iOS. While there isn't any official PC client for the game, it is playable on the PC using any of the big Android emulators. How to Play Langrisser Mobile on PC: Simply download your favorite android emulator and find Langrisser Mobile on the Google play store then [...]

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The Weekly Raid: Korea Makes Account Boosting Criminal, Should The West Follow?

Korea has always had stiffer gaming regulations than the West. For years, account registration on Korean portals like Nexon or NCsoft required users to enter their Korean Social Security numbers, something alien to those of us who often use throwaway emails, names, and birthdays when registering. On November 20, 2011, Korea's Youth Protection Revision Act came into force. Commonly reffered [...]

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The Weekly Raid: The Road To G-Star 2018

G-Star, Korea’s marquee gaming trade show kicks off on November 15 in the port city of Buson. While most of the announcements made at G-Star only immediately effect the Korean market, the out sized influence Korea exerts in global PC & mobile gaming market makes the trade show well worth following for gamers across the world. Odds are the games [...]

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