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With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.

Going to War Alongside the Darksiders

Back in 2003, now defunct publisher 3DO was showing Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, a xbox game whose plotline was influenced by the Book of Revelations. Players controlled Abaddon, an arch-angel with flowing, long-hair, a ...

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3D Controller for a 3D World

Moore’s Law states that CPU processing power approximately doubles every two years. As CPU power increases, the amount of graphical fidelity in our games increases correspondingly. While there is debate among both gamers and critics ...

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CGS – Season Two

As basketball fans will be watching the Lakers and Celtics reignite a longtime rivalry, a new season of intense competition will be beginning its second season on Monday. The Championship Gaming Series (or CGS) will ...

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Singstar Raises the Bar

While some might argue that SCEA’s new PS3 title, Singstar isn’t true karaoke (as the singer’s voice isn’t removed nor reduced in volume), few would argue that the package isn’t overwhelmingly fun. For the past ...

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Shutout and Stonewalled

In the realm of video game journalism, access is everything. By fostering relationships with publishers and public relations executives, journalists are privy to exclusive interviews, art for cover stories, and review copies of games. The ...

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