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vVv Gaming’s February Round Up

The February Round-Up – by Sean “Blazek” Emes, edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn Another month has passed and what a month it has been for the MMO world and for Competitive Gaming. The long awaited Action MMO Tera Online has been given an official release date; while the two year old title Aion shows signs… Continue reading ‘vVv Gaming’s February Round Up’



Gamers helping Gamers: Improving Your Performance

Performance Enhancement: Further Improving your Game! – by Sean “Blazek” Emes, edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn More than a year ago I wrote the article “Performance Enhancement: Improving your Game.” That article was aimed at things every gamer can do improve their game and how to learn to be a better player. Since then I… Continue reading ‘Gamers helping Gamers: Improving Your Performance’



vVv Gaming looks at Best Buy Blunders and SOPA protests

Welcome Back! Here’s what you Might Have Missed – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn It’s been an entire month, but vVv Gaming is finally back from our winter break! While we were gone the gaming world continued to turn and caused quite a few stirs among, some surprising and some… Continue reading ‘vVv Gaming looks at Best Buy Blunders and SOPA protests’



Battlestar Galactica re-imagined as a 16 bit video game

Courtesy of the folks over at College Humor (and discovered via Twitter follower @CBP3) comes this hilarious “re-imagining” of the sci-fi series “Battlestar Galactica,” with the story being told as a 16-bit video game. Classic! I especially love the bit about the “special effects budget”, a problem that seemed to plague both the original and… Continue reading ‘Battlestar Galactica re-imagined as a 16 bit video game’



Gamer Review – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Killing Time with Skyrim – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn It’s been a long time coming, and even with all the massive hype over the last few months and following in the wake of two titles that earned the game of the year award, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will… Continue reading ‘Gamer Review – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’



Gamer Review: Dark Souls

Dark Souls – Prepare to die…. A lot – Written By Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn In 2009 there was this little game called Demon’s Souls that got a lot of very interesting criticism. It was a game that challenged the player unlike anything else previously and it punished the hell out… Continue reading ‘Gamer Review: Dark Souls’



Sports Gamers can Win NBA2K12 from REDBOX

The worlds sports and geekery cross in many places, but the most obvious is in video games. Gamers look forward to the next edition of Madden as much as they do to the latest version of Mortal Kombat. One of the most anticipated games is the newest entry in the 2K Sports series of NBA… Continue reading ‘Sports Gamers can Win NBA2K12 from REDBOX’



vVv Gaming invades MLG Raleigh 2011

MLG Raleigh Roundup: Gaming With Friends – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn It has already been a month since Major League Gaming (MLG) rocked the city of Anaheim and again players have gathered en masse to celebrate gaming competition at the highest level, this time in Raleigh, North Carolina for… Continue reading ‘vVv Gaming invades MLG Raleigh 2011′



The Pros and Cons of Cross-Platform Gaming

Great Idea or Game Breaker? Cross-Platform Gaming – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jerry “LordJerith” Prochazka With the increased popularity of developers porting their games to every platform, communities built around specific games have become divided, depending on the platform (PC, Xbox, PS3, etc.). While putting games such as Call of Duty or… Continue reading ‘The Pros and Cons of Cross-Platform Gaming’



Head of the Class: Picking the best First Person Shooter

Class or no class? An FPS Dilemma – Written by Sean “Blazek” Emes, Edited by Jordan “Doomhammer” Kahn Every year a dozen new First Person Shooter (FPS) titles flood the market and gamers must weigh their options to decide which game they really want based on the multitude of features each game has to offer.… Continue reading ‘Head of the Class: Picking the best First Person Shooter’