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056 – Ross and Rachel: Solved

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Scott learns walls can be dry, Billy questions a twenty year dilemma, and Greg is stuck in a time loop…again…again…again. It’s Hit Continue 56, you Murrays!

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Stories: The Path of Destinies Review

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 stories-the-path-of-destiniesI mentioned this before, but when you purchase a PlayStation Plus membership, you get access to 2 “free” games on the first Tuesday of every month. Usually they are some sort of indie plat-former, but sometimes they release top games. For instance, this year I downloaded NBA 2K16 and Tropico 5, not too shabby. I end up playing these free games quite a bit because they are usually short, fun, and require no great commitment. You can bounce in and out of them between watching a show, or writing in my case. I reviewed The Deadly Tower of Monsters last month, and thought that I would continue reviewing one of these games every month. This time the two games are Stories: The Path of Destinies and, Invisible. Stories sounded more interesting to me so that’s the one I’ve been playing, and it’s been good. Continue reading Stories: The Path of Destinies Review

On Difficulty in Video Games

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Some people get off on hard video games. The joy for them comes from the challenge of overcoming obstacles. There are entire genres of video games that appeal to people who want to be kicked in the balls 99 times so that on the hundredth time they can do it back. But what makes a game difficult? How do developers define and create difficulty?Continue reading On Difficulty in Video Games

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