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Hunter Deena 1280

It’s a couple of months late, but here’s a drawing of my hunter from Bloodborne. With a strength and arcane build, my hunter threw out Logarius’ Wheel with a vengeance and sprayed down her enemies with Rosmarinus.  After all the bloodshed, a cup of tea will help calm the nerves.

A Youtube Speeddrawing:

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Hey everyone, my friend FreeBrunch has started a gaming channel and he recorded a gaming session while we played Dying Light.  It’d be awesome if you checked it out and listened to us ramble and die.  A lot.  A lot of rambling and a lot of dying.

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Ni No Kuni was a game I heard was absolutely incredible in 2013 if you were a fan of traditional RPGs.  Now I’ve probably only played from start to finish a handful of RPGs, most of them being  Konami’s cult favorite Suikoden series.  I’ve never played a Final Fantasy game other then the first two on Gameboy Advane, so I know nothing about Cloud, Aerith, or any of those other spikey haired characters.  Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Final Remix was the last RPG I had played before Ni No Kuni and I had a mixed reaction to that, so I wasn’t already with a good attitude when it came to RPGs when I started Ni No Kuni.  And low and behold when I started Ni No Kuni, it was slow, boring, and slightly frustrating which threw me off  the first 10 hours or so when I was so swamped during the school year.  But when summer started I sucked it up and tried another go at it when I had more time.  40 hours later, my mind had completely shifted and Ni No Kuni is definitely one of the greatest RPGs I’ve ever played and I’m the best part is I’m not even close to being done with it.

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Did You Know Gaming is an amazing tumblr-like website that updates everyday with a random tid-bit about gaming.  To both the hardcore and casual gamers, these little facts and trivia pieces about some of our beloved games range from thoughtful nods to jaw dropping moments.  I’ve compiles a couple of my favorites, but you should do yourself a favor and check out the website itself to view dozens upon dozens of random facts about your favorite games.

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Cracked has an amazing fanbase that if they ask their users a vague but slightly general topic, they’ll flock to give them their 2 cents of wit.  And out of the dozens maybe hundreds that submit their thoughts, a small handful get picked to be presented to millions of readers.  This ‘photoplasty’ as they call it is: Video Game Twists that No One Saw coming.  You’ll see popular video game culture be combined with movies, television, and hard irony.  Enjoy below.

Awesome Video Game Twists that Didn’t Exactly Happen

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Welcome to the world of Little BIG Planet

Welcome to this weeks edition of Game of the Week. This Week’s title is Little Big Planet. I will cover the initial game, and will hopefully follow up with another article when I get time to play the sequel. Now, as many of you may or may not know, Little Big Planet, or LBP for short, is an incredibly successful platforming game that revolutionized the way we play games. From its quirky character design to its customizable and hilarious level design, LBP has remained a staple of Playstation 3 gaming since its release back in 2008. It has since then received much praise and great ratings across the board from multiple magazines and websites. The game follows the character known as ‘sack boy’ (or sack girl for the female readers/players), essentially a ‘small, anthropomorphic humanoid creature made of fabric’ to quote the wiki. He goes around the world, developed by the 8 Curators, in order to stop the evil Collector. The story is somewhat lacking in bravado, but it definitely makes up for it with hours of creative level design and sharing across the globe.

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