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Gamify Your Life: Apps You Can Use to Improve the Everyday

There’s a good chance we gamers will never get to experience what it’s like to battle dragons, play in the NFL or defend the planet from alien invasion. Instead, we retreat to our favorite chair, pick up the controller and begin our adventure. And now, thanks to the development of some intriguing apps on Android, […]

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Giveaway! NYKO Playpad Pro (Android)

With all the hardware I have kicking around, I thought it only fair to give you guys the Playpad Pro I recently reviewed! It’s opened, but I swear to you I didn’t rub this on any of my body parts, except my thumbs. Swear. a Rafflecopter giveaway  

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Review – Battle Command (Android/iOS)

Mobile games are typically thought of as being in the category of “casual,” mainly due to the system implements that are put in place. Players often are required to complete some menial tasks, then forced to wait a set amount of time before being able to to proceed to the next task. Or, you could […]

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Review – Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Edition

As the popularity of tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons skyrockets, the folks at Behold Studios and Paradox Interactive have teamed up to present a snarky, digital look at what happens when friends sit down to enjoy some roleplaying. Stereotypes exist for a reason, and while I’ll be the first to say that it’s not […]

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Review – MOGA Pro Controller

Tablet and mobile gaming has historically been something that’s reserved for those who are on the go or looking to kill a little time while sitting on the toilet. It’s a disgusting reality, but it’s true. While sitting in a doctor’s office waiting room, avoiding eye contact while on public transportation, or during any other […]

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MOGA Pro Controller Hands-on

There seems to be a dividing line between console gaming and mobile gaming and it’s one that MOGA is trying hard to blur. With processors and memory getting faster and smaller, it’s only a matter of time before we’re holding the equivalent of an Xbox 360 or Playstation 3 in the palm of our hand. […]

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