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  1. Battlefield Hardline

    Hundreds of organized criminals are raiding a bank and throwing away their lives to get away with barely any money between them. Then the cops come in with APCs blasting out the walls of buildings with their auto cannons.

    Well, I'm glad the beta is free, so I can have my immersion destroyed for free.

    [Payday 2 is a superior game]
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  2. At The International 3!

    You may of heard of this game called Dota 2. You may have also heard of it's massive yearly tournament with a 1.6 million dollar prize pool. Well, that's almost doubled this year with over 2.6 million dollars on the table and 16 of the world's best teams. You can read more about it here:

    http://www.dota2.com/international/home/overview/

    Well, while I'm missing the first day of the main event (today) due to work and such, I'll be landing in Seattle later today. I'll ...
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  3. Well, goodbye Xfire

    I was still one of those using the archaic and old in game messenger Xfire. Until today. I've uninstalled it, and to be honest it makes me a little sad. Before Steam overlays, before games could reliably alt tab, before in game voip was common, etc etc... There was Xfire. I've been using it since I built my first gaming computer of my own way back in 2006. Well, unfortunately over the years it just became irrelevant - nobody uses it anymore, at least not like they used to.

    Admittedly, ...
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  4. I stream on Twitch.tv

    http://www.twitch.tv/theskuddestroyer

    I'm looking to grow, so if you're interested please feel free to follow.

    I've been streaming The Witcher. I only play it when I stream so the viewers don't miss anything.
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  5. The end of Project Reality BF2

    We all knew it was coming.

    It's very bittersweet - almost like seeing your highschool sweetheart moved on and with someone else. Which is totally appropriate figuring I found Project Reality and TG when I was merely 16. That was 2006. It's been almost 6 years since I first found Project Reality - and TG through it. All good things, such as Project Reality BF2, must come to an end. Development is simply not the way it used to be - and that's no surprise to me. The game is running on ...
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