Daniel and Art Share Their Week 3, Four in February Updates


Artimus’ Update Week three, the pwnage continues. Guild Wars 2 I finished my character’s story this week and the Slayer of Issormir’s saga ended with just over 28 hours played and 15 deaths. My journey culminated with a battle to save my people from an overwhelming force wielding an experimental weapon bent on our destruction. The dredge began their assault by invading one of my bases to steal a book


Warhammer 40k Regicide Developer Interview


Last week we were fortunate enough to have a sitdown with two members of the development team behind the upcoming turn-based chess-like game; Warhammer 40k Regicide. From CultureMass, it was myself and our 14-year Warhammer expert, Kyle Peterson. Hammerfall were represented by Cathrin Machin and Thomas Holdsworth. Cathrin is the Project Lead and has been in the industry for a decade. She comes with experience from working on several titles


Holy Internalized Misogyny, Batman! Amber Rose, Khloe Kardashian and how everyone missed the point entirely


By now if you have a pulse and an internet connection, you’ve heard about the Amber Rose/ Khloe Kardashian twitter meltdown. And, before you say anything, it’s not a feud. It’s a lot of things: Racist, Classist, Sexist- but it’s not a feud. I won’t go into the details because it’s already trending on Twitter, got it’s own sidebar news story on Facebook and every major tabloid and gossip mag


The Problem With Peter Parker, And Marvel’s Challenge To Give Fans Something Different


One of the biggest film announcements of the last week was that Marvel and Sony had finally reached an agreement that would allow Marvel to introduce Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, followed by a solo film co-produced by the two studios. Of course, bringing the web-slinger back to the MCU has been a dream for fans ever since the first Iron Man movie became a success – and why