As someone who works in games media, I’m often asked by friends and colleagues whether I’m excited for whatever big releases might be coming up. My answer, however, often surprises people (should I choose to be entirely truthful). The truth of the matter is there […]

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Author’s Note: This is something of a sensitive topic for some people, and, while I certainly do (and will) make a lot of jokes about it, it’s not a subject I take lightly. Please understand that these are my experiences only, I don’t speak for […]

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I wake up every morning, tired and lethargic, desperately clutching for whatever feels like a vitamin D tablet. Once that struggle is over and done with, I boot up my computer. No time for games, though; uni beckons and I intend not to fail the […]

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“SEEEGAAAA!” Man, do I miss the sound of that angelic voice singing the company’s name. But wait… I can hear it again once more – through backwards compatibility and the Steam virtual games room! I know, I know, Sega re-release stuff all the time, and you […]

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Well hello there, good-looking reader. Aren’t you looking gud today, and while we’re on the topic, lemme tell you about a running joke of mine (and show you how much I love parentheses). It started a bit before PAXAus 2015. I don’t know exactly when […]

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As I sat here in this very spot, casually passing the 100-hour mark of the Division and bemoaning, once again, my agent’s propensity to get stuck in a wall, I had the strangest sense of deja vu. I’d made this complaint before, and not just […]

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I work in the city as a Graphic Designer and have been for nearly nine years. It’s a good job –sure, but the biggest perk for me is that I could go into the city centre on my lunch break. To be a 10-minute walk […]

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For those who don’t know me, my name is William Kirk, and I am the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of GameCloud. Hm. Maybe that opening is a bit too formal for a blog entry? (Probably… Okay, definitely.) It’s 03:30 am, Sunday, April 17th, 2016, and I […]

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