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Articles from Claws

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Claws
I used to be a fairly active writer. I may soon shake off the dust and continue again.
  1. Rumor Microsoft Attempts Monopolization of Modern PC Gaming

    With the recent addition of UWP, the monopolization of the modern pc gaming community may become a reality. The pros and cons of having a monopoly of the pc gaming community will be reviewed.
  2. GiAnt: An Ant Game That's Sweeping the Internet

    As problems arose with an old game, Ant Simulator, company Wreck Tangle Games steps in and delivers a promising alpha demo for their new game, GiAnt, something they have dubbed an "AntVenture."
  3. New Atari Vault Steam Bundle to Include 100 Classic Arcade Games

    As new gaming technology comes out, new gaming trends are bound to pop up. Check in and read about the needy push in retro gaming made by Atari.
  4. Dying Light: The Following's Map Is Being Released in a Unique Way

    Long gone are the days of simple map releases for new games/expansions. Techland has upped the playing field by going a step above and including the community in the ability to choose how much of the map is released.
  5. Freedom Planet 2 Confirmed for Late 2017

    Relatively unknown game company GalaxyTrail is making a new addition to their small list of games. Freedom planet, released in 2014, was an instant hit. GalaxyTrails plans on following up with Freedom Planet 2. There will be an open beta mid 2017. It will be similar to its predecessor in that it will be similar to old-school Sega Genesis games.
  6. Fable Legends Pricing for Microtransactions Revealed

    Lionhead Studios newest addition to their Fable series will be free. Though Fable Legends will be free, they plan to keep the game afloat through in-game microtransactions, which has worked for a variety of other games.
  7. Square Enix Talks on Episodic Nature and Voice Acting in FF7

    New information about Final Fantasy VII (Remake) has been released including full voice acting, Play Arts Kai figures and more! Stop by as we take a look into the mind of Square Enix's Director, Tetsuya Nomura.
  8. Tom Clancy's The Division Alpha Gameplay Leaked

    Recently gameplay was leaked of Tom Clancy's highly anticipated new 3rd-person shooter, The Division. Explore a ravaged New York after a virus that spreads from contact with banknotes causes a national pandemic.
  9. Retro Gaming Company Coleco Announces a New Cartridge-Based Console

    Coleco, the company that brought us the Colecovision, is at it again. They recently announced a brand new console, but get this, it plays cartridges! Yes, you heard right, those chunky little pieces of plastic that brought us so much joy could be making a comeback!
  10. New information about Halo 5 released!

    As we get closer and closer to the major gaming event E3, more gaming news gets released on major gaming websites. Just recently the popular magazine "Game Informer" included tons of information about the upcoming Halo title as well as the game's campaign. In the older games, the co-op campaign was the main attraction considering it did not require Xbox Live to play split screen. In an interview with 343 industries, that was believed to be held true. However, hours ago, 343 industries...
  11. New Guitar Hero Coming to Next Gen

    Whether you were a pro or just an amateur, chances are you have played or seen Guitar Hero once in your life. The game, published by Red Octane and Harmonix in 2005, was a huge hit. It was by far one of my favorite childhood memories gaming wise, as it was the only video game out at the time in which you had a physical guitar to play notes on. Being that popular doesn't go unnoticed, as other companies soon realized the hit game and were quick to release spin offs, the most popular being...
  12. Halo Championship Series Receives Changes Including $100,000 Final Prize

    For those of you who are in the blue about what the Halo Championship Series is, I'm here to bring you up to speed. Many players of Halo: Master Chief Collection had asked 343 Industries if there were any ways to make money playing the game. There is a series that goes on that is hosted by 343 industries along with ESL and Twitch that allows players, amateur or pro, to compete in the Halo Championship Series. Previous to now, the final prize for winning the series was only $50,000, but it...
  13. The Next Borderlands Game Will Be Next Gen Exclusive

    Many fans of the ever so popular first person RPG game Borderlands were ecstatic when they heard Gearbox Software's CEO Randy Pitchford announce that there will be a new game. He also refers to it as "the big one." This is exciting, however one major let down to lots of fans is the fact that it will be next gen exclusive. It was during a Q3 earnings call that Take Two's president had also made it clear that it will be a next gen exclusive. There is currently no projected finish date or even...
  14. Mario Maker Delayed Until Later in 2015

    With the Wii-U having been out for awhile now, you would think that Nintendo would be prioritizing 1st releases, especially ones as interesting as Mario Maker. This doesn't seem to be the case, however, as several games that were originally set to release in early 2015 have now been set to later in 2015. When Mario Maker was first shown at E3 in 2014, the release date was set to sometime in the first half of 2015. It seemed like it might have been the most anticipated game to come to the...
  15. Possible Gaming Controller For iPhone

    Just recently, Appleinsider informed people that there was a patent filed by Apple that allowed users to play apps on iOS without having to use up on-screen space for buttons. This is extremely exciting for anyone who's played games with movements and buttons on screen and know how annoying it is to cover up half of the screen with your fingers trying to move around. That is what this controller is going to combat. Since the patent only mentioned the connection between hand held and...
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