A veteran of the US Army, raging geek, and avid gamer, Red Thomas is that cool uncle all the kids in the family like to spend their summers with. Red lives in San Antonio with his wife where he runs his company and works with the city government to promote geek culture. Follow him on Twitter: <iframe
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lol Suggest you look again. Virtually every supermarket has their own exclusive brands. Target has Archer Farms, for instance. Walmart sells Pioneer Woman merchandise exclusively. In Texas, HEB has sev…
"Getting things for free", has brought us many staples of good gaming such as F2P and loot boxes. Or so many gamers seem to think. "Getting things for free" is actually a hallmark of substandard products and bad business practise. E…
It's a shit storm over low stakes nonsense because gamers have little empathy for the financial stability of the artists who make their games and view even the slightest inconvenience or change as the end of the world.
the supermarket analogy makes no sense to me. every time i've seen a new supermarket, it competes by being a better supermarket than the other one.
lol Suggest you look again. Virtually every supermarket has their o…
It's very weird when consumers defend companies like Steam. It's like someone who makes minimum wage fighting for tax breaks on the wealthiest 0.1%.
...actually, you may not know just how right you are.
Because both of those …
Epic leaked personal info from my family before through a compromise on their end and caused me...issues. Not convinced they have fixed their security enough for me to trust them.
Epic = no thanks for me
Remember that time when Steam launched and it was the devil itself, single handedly ruining the entire gaming industry, destroying retail? Because I remember, Look at how times have changed, hilarious. We get a article about Epic …
So they give you free games and that's enough to gain their support? Sound. Same regurgitated non-sense from the fan bois.
Don't know that I'd be tossing around stones there. Plenty of... "non-sense," as you put it, to g…
i'm assuming because the "devs" already told us so, intervies with the devs saying they would more like to sell on epic because the return would be bigger, they are not willing to lower the price, and make a win-win for tehn …
and funny enough he kinda like forgot about gog.
like I said before and will repeat, the problem with epic is they are getting a lower rate from devs, ok that is good for devs, but that price is passed to consumer, if t…
Would it have killed them to make it slightly more "gamy" by auto-saving every few minutes and having a disastrous outcome set you back just slightly instead of immensely?
The fun in this game is in discovering new advancements. A…
Once you discover how to use bone tools, you should be rewarded with a cutscene where you throw the jawbone spinning into the air and it turns into a revolving space station.
No kidding... I was REALLY hoping to see that.
It's Red's read. Red can comment on whatever he wishes. No argument there. Since you ask, I kept reading your article hoping to discover whether the game is multiplayer (because if it is, that interests me, and if it isn't, it doesn'…
In Amathe's defense I would say it matters because this site is theoretically dedicated to MMO games. I mean, it's even in the name of the site. So if you are reviewing a game that's not an MMO it would make sense to mention t…
Huh, never heard of it until now. I'm really out of whatever loop.
It looks pretty, but way too edgy and hardcore for me. Gritty realism sims aren't really my jam. The overall evolutionary concept, especially skill acquisiti…
May I suggest that game articles please disclose in the title whether the game is a mmorpg, mmo, moba, single player - whatever? Or, just say "not so mmo" as Suzie had been doing, if that applies. Or maybe, at least say in the intr…