The Pre Article Inundation Update


About the long absence. You see, what had happened was… Hell, let’s be honest, it isn’t the first time and it won’t be the last. I do sincerely apologize for not updating sooner, but if you’ve been following this blog for a bit – or taken a look at the archive dates – then I’m sure my sudden silence was no surprise.

There’s no excuse. I should’ve been updating the blog daily and I haven’t been, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have my reasons. Before inundating the site with a barrage of content, I thought I’d give you an update on the last couple weeks and explain my overall absence while giving you a little glimpse of what you can expect in the next few days.

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The War on “I”

point of view, a popular entertainment news site that focuses primarily on TV and movie content, is hiring. They’re looking for freelance writers to work on a per article basis, writing about entertainment news in the TV, movie and even gaming industries. All in all it’s a very formal and professional want ad, especially for Craigslist, but there’s one key requirement that raises an eyebrow.

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Is Humble Monthly Worth It?


(Edit 12/5/2015: Check out my update post titled “Humble Monthly Gets Better”)

Since 2010 Humble Bundle has been providing PC video game bundles for whatever gamers offer to contribute to its various charities.

Want to donate $1? Great, have Insurgency, Men of War: Assault Squad and Abyss Odyssey. Want to donate $10? Here are those same games plus Blackguards 1 & 2, Contagion, Citizens of Earth, Euro Truck Simulator 2 and four other titles.

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown – All About the Little Things


Sitting at a healthy 95% rating out of 25,520 reviews on Steam, XCOM: Enemy Unknown is undoubtedly one of the best tactical turn-based strategy games of the past five years you probably haven’t played. On the surface it may seem like your average niche title, meant for the small population of gamers willing to persist through elongated strategic campaigns and painfully slow progression, but in truth it’s anything of the sort.

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