Dragon Age Inquistion

Dragon Age Inquistion

Over at Examiner.com, writing about Dragon Age and the upcoming title Inquisition. The PC gaming fans that are interested and thus became fans of the game, seemed to want to make it a bit difficult on the PR people over at BioWare. Since first knowing of the fact that Dragon Ages newest title will not include healing abilities. Suddenly it dawned on the community that they hadn’t a clue as to what that might mean for the franchise. In digging deeper and finding the original posts from BioWare’s forums, we can get a better sense as to what this might mean. Along with more detail.
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Provided by GameSpot

Apparently the people over at Electronic Arts are having a rough time of it these past few years as a number of issues have arisen about the publishing giant. In these modern times, gamers expect their $60-Battlefield 4 game to be finalized, debugged and free of any issues when it is launched. Why continue to buy games and support a corporation who can’t even release exactly what they promised for the release? That would be another topic in itself, even if it is worth while to question.
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TED Blog

11-FightersWhere would we be without our fighters? This session pays tribute to the brave activists who are in the trenches working toward the things that matter. Making their impact through law, journalism and education, these speakers bring a fearsome and tireless dedication to the cause of human dignity.

The speakers who’ll appear in this session:

Kimberley Motley is the only foreign litigator in Afghanistan, defending non-Afghans stuck in prisons there and taking on cases of women and children victims of human rights violantions.

Omoyele Sowore founded Sahara Reporters, an online news platform known for its unflinching reporting in Nigeria. Frustrated by the tendency of mainstream media to fold to pressure, Sowore sees huge potential in web journalism.

TED Fellow and epidemiologist Chikwe Ihekweazu will speak on the ebola epidemic.

Fred Swaniker, a TED Fellow from Ghana, founded the African Leadership Academy to support a new generation of leaders on the continent.

Meklit Hadero

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Assassin's Creed - Co Op
Over at Examiner.com, writing a little piece about a quick-detailed version of what we can expect when Unity is released on November 11, 2014. Exciting new features, evolved mechanics, weaponry, story and adventures await players in this, what is surely to be, one of the best in the Assassin’s Creed series. With all these new features one has to question whether Ubisoft’s next piece will actually bring the franchise back to life? As the last four releases, albeit different on certain aspects of the game, simply felt too much like a re-skinned version of its predecessor.
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www.gdata.es

The evolution of online gaming is quite an interesting subject. 40 years of uninterrupted online development brings us to where we are today with the ever popular brands such as: Call of Duty, Battlefield, World of Warcraft and Minecraft. Developing the genre into its own specialized yet broadly defined classification. With the invent of more modern hardware, cable modems, fire wire, global networking, cheaper technology and societal acceptance – to a point. Online gaming has become much more than a group of nerds on ten different computers using LANs or syncing consoles to create a desired online multi player experience. So, let us take some time to see just how far we have come in the online gaming world.
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www.koreatimes.co.kr 

Yes your reading the title appropriately. I am spotlighting the Korean peoples affinity for online sports. More formally known as e-sports. While there may not be a die-hard fan club for the sport, there certainly are quite a few proponents. Read the rest of this entry »

The open letter to Electronic Arts Origin DLC software distribution platform.
“Dear Origin,

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Complex.com reports about the 50 most unique Firearms in Video Games. As Michael Rogueau reports,

“You’ve probably already read more than one list of ‘The Best Weapons in Games’ so we wanted to take a fresh approach. After all, every game with a pistol’s also got a shotgun, assault rifle and sniper. But you see, most lack ice beams, shoulder-mounted nukes, and electric shuriken launchers.

That’s why we decided to focus on gaming’s most unique weapons. Not all of these are the most powerful. Hell, not all of them are even technically guns. But whether you prefer Metroid to Quake or Final Fantasy to Halo, we’ve absolutely got you covered. And if you can think of a one-of-a-kind firearm that we forgot, well, you don’t get a prize, but we’re sure you’ll berate us in the comments or on Twitter anyway. Now read on!”

As Todd Wasserman reports from mashable.com “Lamar Smith, the chief sponsor of SOPA, said on Friday that he is pulling the bill – ‘until there is wider agreement on a solution.’”

Tweet from @estria about SOPA.

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Many sites are reportedly enduring a blackout so that they can support protest for Internet regulation bills like SOPA and PIPA. As The Atlantic reports:

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