Destiny 2’s Guided Game Feature Was Actually Fun

Destiny 2’s Guided Game Feature Was Actually Fun

Destiny 2 has been a rollercoaster for me since it’s release back in September. There have been a lot of angry, disappointing moments in regards to game design and content. Since the beginning, the Bungie team promised to create a sense of community in the game. Steve Dolan, Senior Designer...

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Into The Great Unknown

Into The Great Unknown

Have you ever heard the saying “all good things come to those who wait”? I imagine you have, possibly when you were a kid and your mom told you to wait for desert. Or when you were twenty-something and bought a sweet action figure, but told yourself that you couldn’t...

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Redrawing the Map: Limitations of the Endless Landscape

Redrawing the Map: Limitations of the Endless Landscape

“Fallout 76 is a prequel to all the other games, and it’s our biggest one yet. It is four times the size of Fallout 4.” Todd Howard had a right to look proud at E3 when he said this. Fallout 4’s map took twenty real minutes to run across, contained...

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Gender Inequality in Video Games: The History of Gender-Related Issues in Gaming

Gender Inequality in Video Games: The History of Gender-Related Issues in Gaming

Gender inequality in video games has dated back since the 1980s with characters portraying as different genders because of unpopular emotional state or reactions from consumers and advertisers alike. Modern video games have improved this issue but still include sexist features in certain video game titles, as well as the...

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Sexual Violence and the Ethics of Gaming

Sexual Violence and the Ethics of Gaming

There is a movement that investigates misogyny and sexual violence in modern gaming. It includes, for better or worse, Anita Sarkeesian’s Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games, C.J. Ferguson’s meta-analysis of video game psychiatry, or any US news network when anything bad happens ever. Most individuals involved do good work,...

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