Monthly Archives: June 2019

Python and the deceptively simple program

When I first started learning about Python, I ran across this program and in my eagerness to learn, I didn’t pay much attention to it. I’m not sure if the instructors told me how deceptively simple it was, but it … Continue reading

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Why I am not against microtransactions.

Wait a minute, before you for the reply button, lemme explain. I’m not against microtransactions in mobile gaming. In PC gaming, oh yeah, I’m right there with ya. Bring out the pitchforks and the hay and lighters. But in mobile, … Continue reading

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Is Steam playing it smart?

About a year ago, I guess, a new launcher was, well, launched. Epic Games Store. And Steam sat there idly by. Throughout the process of Epic buying up exclusives, including, but not limited to, Phoenix Point, The Outer Worlds, Borderlands … Continue reading

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Yep, it’s Baldur’s Gate III.

Check it out on YouTube, over at Larian Games. Looks awesome.

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BG3? Maybe.

So, over at Larian Studios, you’ll find something extremely similar to this. Some people say it’s Baldur’s Gate III. I was kind’a hoping for Divinity Original Sin III, but I’m willing to take whatever they’ve got in the pipe. Larian … Continue reading

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