Tag: Gaming

Google Stadia Impressions

I have been playing around with Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming platform for the past week. The games are run on a high-end computer in the cloud, rather than a player owned console or gaming PC. Stadia functions more like Netflix than traditional download, install, and play services that are currently found across a variety of

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Collectible Card Games and Tokenization of Digital Game Assets on the Blockchain

*On Oct. 16, 2019, the developers of Gods Unchained published a blog that outlines upcoming improvements to their card minting process. The information contained below about network transaction costs will no longer be accurate once those changes are implemented.* Gods Unchained is a collectible card game (CCG) that gives players the option to store their

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Hunt: Showdown – The Best Game You’ve Never Played

Hunt: Showdown is a first-person shooter from the makers of Crysis that manages to distinguish itself with a unique setting and game-play loop. It takes place in Louisiana in the year 1895 after a mysterious epidemic has cut through the Louisiana bayou, infecting the people and animals, and turning them into monsters. From the moment

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XRP and the Digital Cosmetics Marketplace

Six months ago, Brett Seyler published a three-part article series called Free-to-play Isn’t Free Enough (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Blockchain). I found his articles endlessly fascinating, and they sent me down the rabbit hole of possibilities for gaming and crypto. In his article, Seyler talks about the potential of the

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Escape from Tarkov Review

Escape from Tarkov is beautiful, frustrating, deep, challenging, and buggy at times, but its uncompromising adherence to a vision of a brutal and unforgiving world gives it personality that is lacking in many games. Tarkov is not a game for casual players, and I cannot stress this enough. It weaves together skill, reflexes, and map

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