Category: General

Rockstar’s Dan Houser Issues Statement on “100-Hour” Work Week Controversy

This morning, controversy struck after a large interview piece with Rockstar Games co-founder Dan Houser on the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2 contained a startling quote on the work hours put into the game. After this part of the interview caused a chemical reaction of sorts on social media and games reporting outlets, Rockstar Games sent […]

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Of Dysons & Doodles III

Now we are a month into the daily drawings. It was somewhere around this point that I stopped calling them “Daily Doodles” and switched to “Daily Drawings”. The media by this point is moving away from the Sharpie markers as the primary instrument, and more towards focusing on detail work done with a 08 technical […]

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Pax Nova – Sc-fi Strategy with Civ-like gameplay coming soon to Steam

Great news if you’re a 4x sci-fi strategy fan and loved playing games such as Stellaris, Rebellion, Endless Space or even Galactic Civilizations, as Iceberg Interactive and Greywolf Entertainment had announced earlier their upcoming space game Pax Nova. Which will be coming to Steam Early Access for PC as from December 2018 with a Civ-like approach […]

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Sunshine Laundromat, Brooklyn, NYC

OK bear with me. I know what you’re thinking. “A laundromat? On Arcade Blogger?” Yes. A laundromat. This peculiarity is located on America’s Eastern Seaboard. Wander down Manhattan Avenue, in Brooklyn NY, and you’ll see a typical urban scene. Shops, cars, apartment building and a sidewalk. Manhattan Avenue in Brooklyn Stop at number 800, and […]

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213 Fortified Bridge

About this Resource This resource features the general description of a fortified bridge near an important settlement. It includes adventure ideas that are appropriate for mid-level (Levels 1 to 5) adventur­ing parties. Challenge Rating (CR) is calculated using a party of four as the model. The DM is free to change or modify any or […]

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Arcade Holy Grail: The Pinball Circus

In terms of their design and construction build, pinball machines have fundamentally remained the same throughout the years. I’m guessing that if you picture the phrase ‘pinball machine’ in your mind, we all create the same basic image. There’s been advances over the years of course – the most fundamental being the appearance of electronic […]

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Fortnite In-Game Tournaments are Starting This Week

Epic Games has announced that In-Game tournaments will begin this week in an attempt to further integrate Fortnite into esports. The announcement comes just behind Epic Game’s recent anti-cheating implementation, a necessity when high-stakes prizes are involved. They’re open to everyone, and will require all players to opt-in for cross-play to participate in competitive events. […]

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Prince’s Harbour – Map 1

Prince’s Harbour is a small bay along the Flindhome River long ago wrestled from control of the local humanoids and now slowly being converted into agricultural land. The community of Prince’s Harbour is self-reliant and independent – a collection of small “outpost” farmers, woodsmen, miners and so on built up around the small community of […]

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Production on a Grand Theft Auto V Documentary Is Currently Underway

A feature documentary charting the development of the most successful entertainment property of all time seems fitting. Grand Theft Auto V was bound to have someone chomping at the bit to tell the story of its triumphs and failures. According to Screen Daily, Salon Pictures (Churchill, McQueen) is the UK production team on the case. Filming […]

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Weekend Pickup! Sega New Astro City Candy Cabinet

For as long as I’ve been in this hobby, I’ve always loved the look of Candy Cabinets. Designed and built by Japanese manufacturers, and intended for the Asia-Pacific market these low slung cabinets with large 29″ monitors are essentially ‘dumb’ shells. But they come to life when a game PCB is placed into them. Think […]

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