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  • Battle for free on the open seas

    Battle for free on the open seas0

    Video Game Review: World of Warships (PC, MAC) “What’s not to like about driving around in a 40,000-ton battleship with 16-inch guns?” says Nicholas Moran, an Army National Guardsman and Wargaming’s resident historian and chief evangelist to the military community. After playing the game, all I can do is agree whole heartedly. Belarus developer Wargaming.net

  • Capitalism and super-colonies in space

    Capitalism and super-colonies in space0

    NEW EDEN – 21 thousand years into the future humans have used up the resources of not just the earth but the entire Milky Way galaxy. With nothing left to eat and nowhere to go the future of humanity looked dim until a naturally forming wormhole opened up leading to an unknown and unexplored galaxy

  • Robots & Heroines in Dystopia – E3 2015

    Robots & Heroines in Dystopia – E3 20150

    Every year around this time something tremendously epic happens. Gamers get a glimpse into the future at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo which is most commonly called E3. This year was no disappointment. Trailers and announcements for the huge franchises were everywhere – Halo 5, Fallout 4, Dishonored 2, Uncharted 4, and most notoriously a

  • Gaming café opens to accommodate local nerd community

    Gaming café opens to accommodate local nerd community0

    Just over twenty years ago being a nerd was the worst possible thing to be. Then the internet happened and suddenly the nerds became powerful. Powerful and almost cool in a way. From time to time these intellectual creatures would converge at gatherings such as Comic Cons, ‘Magic: The Gathering’ tournaments and ‘Star Wars’ movie

  • Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. What is it all about?

    Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft. What is it all about?0

    Hearthstone is a free-to-play online card game by Blizzard Entertainment. It is playable on computers, tablets, and smartphones. Launched on March 11, 2014, the game has passed 20 million players as of September 15, 2014. Nearly 200 new cards have been added to the original 378 through two solo adventures and one expansion set. What

  • First Nations players loving Magic: The Gathering

    First Nations players loving Magic: The Gathering0

    Twenty-two years ago, a publishing company called Wizards of the Coast invented something completely new. It was a trading card game called Magic: The Gathering. Magic started quietly and with little fanfare. Today, it is translated into ten languages and distributed worldwide to over 11 million people currently playing the game. In our local area,