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The Fast and I Am Furious

The speed of light, that is so peculiar; it is so quick, and yet it has no acceleration. Arthur Eddington One of my favorite games of all time is the Mass Effect trilogy. It stands as a monumental achievement in interactive storytelling, merging intricate narrative depth with expansive world-building. It transcends the conventional boundaries of […]

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Shadow PC Exclusive Interview

We have been granted the opportunity to interview the team over at Shadow PC – a Cloud PC solution that lets you stream any (and every!) game available on PC to all of your different screens. You can even use the services as a remote virtual PC for accessing Microsoft Office, Photoshop and compute and/or […]

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What Happens to Your Steam Account When You Die?

Death. The inescapable finale no one wants to face. That split second where all our hopes, dreams, lives, loves, and broken hearts stop. All of it. We fear death itself, yet we have no choice but to meet The Ferryman, pay our tolls—my eye-coins will most probably be cheap chocolate wrapped in gold foil—and allow […]

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The Precursor of Cloud Gaming: The Satellaview

Modern cloud gaming services like Xbox Cloud Gaming, and NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW have revolutionized how gamers access and play their favorite titles. However, the concept of streaming game content remotely is not a new idea. One of the earliest and most innovative precursors to these services was the Satellaview, a Japan-exclusive add-on for the Super […]

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Could Intellivision Games Be Coming To Antstream Arcade?

Antstream Arcade has one of the most interesting libraries of many gaming subscription services. With games spanning from the early 1970s to the late 1990s/early 2000s, as well as many homebrew indie games. However, one notable classic gaming system which hasn’t got its library on Antstream Arcade is the Intellivision which was released in 1979 […]

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A New PlayStation Portable Cloud Gaming Hybrid? Maybe!

Sony PlayStation – the ubiquitous reminder of our collective childhood memories. Iconoclastic in itself, yet also self-indulgent enough to shrug off its own failures, Sony PlayStation evolved into Cher and Kate Bush’s love child – subjectively relevant. And Sony might revive the PSP or something similar. Yes. I know. I’m just the messenger. Don’t shoot. […]

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Grand Theft Auto VI and Cloud Gaming

The Grand Theft Auto series has always eclipsed the very fabric of the gaming spacetime continuum. A GTA release is such a massive event that some say there’s sorcery involved. Pfft. I am a sorcerer, and no one has that type of power in the sorcerer industry. It’s highly competitive, and casting a spell isn’t […]

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The Epic Store Banned Dragon Age: Inquisition (for Some)

  The Epic Games Store, also known as The Fortnite People’s Free Game of The Week Store, has kept itself relevant and inclusive in the industry by releasing a smorgasbord of free AAA and indie games every week. Free. Literally. Akin to sloth foreplay, Epic likes to build the feverish anticipation with their “Mystery Game” […]

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A Stadia Insider Speaks! What Could Have Saved Stadia?

When Google Stadia made its debut in November 2019, it aimed to redefine the gaming landscape by offering seamless game streaming devoid of traditional hardware constraints. However, its journey was fraught with challenges, culminating in its official closure on January 18, 2023. Among the myriad of factors contributing to Stadia’s downfall, poor marketing, poor coverage, […]

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The Gaming Community Is Its Own Worst Enemy

I see a lot of folks in the gaming community bemoaning all the game studio restructuring, layoffs and closures (big and small) over the last year. Such actions have been happening industry wide to massive companies and small companies alike – independent or not, acquisitions or not. Personally, I’m still reeling from the news that […]

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