The Weekly Gazette

I’d use the same introduction I did on the last Weekly Gazette, but I actually wrote this one before and scheduled the publishing to Sunday, so it wouldn’t be true. In any case, here are my favorite reads of the week: Continue reading “The Weekly Gazette”

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Dark Souls’ bosses Ornstein & Smough collectively defeated by thousands of Twitch viewers

Twitch plays Dark Souls have done it: one of the hardest bosses in the game defeated by open voting. We can now say that Greece’s greatest contribution to mankind is having killed the most annoying shittards in videogame boss history gotten through the thickest parts of Dark Souls – I expect the game to be completed in a few day’s time, now that that’s over. Continue reading “Dark Souls’ bosses Ornstein & Smough collectively defeated by thousands of Twitch viewers”

The Crusade falters, a brief assessment of Diablo 3’s design

It’s been a busy couple of weeks. Vacation is over and routine has wrapped its tentacles of dullness +5 around me, with tests, work and, worse than all of that, the new season of Diablo 3 taking up my once free time. Last season went on for several months, beginning in April of 2015 and ending on the 23rd of August. As is our habit, me and my group of gaming friends downloaded the game once more, ticked both the seasonal and the hardcore boxes and sallied forth into the demon-infested world of Sanctuary. Continue reading “The Crusade falters, a brief assessment of Diablo 3’s design”