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Video Games Are More Social Than You Think

A few weeks ago I was asked to give a presentation to my colleagues on something I was passionate about that related to social media, and one co-worker in particular encouraged me to do something on gaming. So, after a little brainstorming, I figured out what I wanted to present on: how video games of
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What’s So Magical About Bravely Default: Flying Fairy?

Bravely Default: Where The Fairy Flies (or “Flying Fairy” in Japan) for the Nintendo 3DS is a throwback to the original Final Fantasy, originally meant as a spiritual successor to the original tale from long ago. It contains all the familiar lore of a classic Final Fantasy game: the medieval fantasy setting, the classes and
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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (With Errors!)

I love Final Fantasy XIV: A Ream Reborn. I really, really do. But unfortunately, due to a slew of overpopulated servers and generally bad planning on the dev team’s part, the North American/European servers have had several periods of maintenance trying to fix issues with the game that have still not been fixed. We’re not sure
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Final Fantasy XIV: Thoughts On The Beta

I was very pleased on Friday morning to receive an email stating that I had been accepted into Phase 3 of the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn MMORPG beta. After putting in my code and downloading the client, I started it up for the first time and was greeted with a beautiful cutscene explaining
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