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The eternal conundrum.

Our Weekend In Gaming: To Weeb Or Not To Weeb

A couple of us are (somehow) already finishing up the school year in the latest Persona entry, but a few others are about to make the leap.  Will they survive the latest and greatest in Japanese High School Simulation Technology?  Will they discover things about themselves and their emotional baggage?  Will they complete the game before the heat death of the universe?  Find out on the next three hundred episodes of Weekend in Gaming!

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HyperX's first mouse provides excellent comfort and convenience for the gaming minimalist

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Mouse Review

The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Mouse delivers on its promise for a smooth, responsive, and comfortable gaming experience. Although some improvements could be made to put its plug-and-play functionality more on par with customization software-driven mice, the Pulsefire is still able to stand out in the flooded market of gaming mice with its strong design for a reasonable price.

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Let's celebrate with school simulators!

Our Weekend In Gaming: School's Out Forever

Looks like some of the Co-Opticrew will be exiting April just as they entered: revelling in the trials and tribulations of Japanese high schoolers.  A fitting end, too.  Since most of us are no longer in the realm of education, we need some way to mark the end of the school year, and what better way than to immerse ourselves in drama, homework, and love triangles?

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A new class for TERA, a new expansion for Neverwinter, and a new format for The Secret World

MMO Co-Opportunities Volume LXXV: Death and Rebirth

Spring is here, and with it comes a ton of new content for MMOs as well as the ever-increasingly common rebirth of MMOs into a free-to-play model. This month for MMOCO, we have a cohesive theme of death and rebirth: TERA is getting a new Valkyrie class (the arbiters of life and death), Neverwinter has announced a new content expansio...

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The heartbreaking ballad of Nick Puleo.

Our Weekend In Gaming: Something Something Pay Respects

Once again, we find ourselves on the precipice of another fun-filled weekend.  Well, that's not entirely true.  It seems one member of the Co-Opticrew will be putting in hard labor for a second weekend in a row.  I know I asked for an act of solidarity last weekend, but if this goes on too much longer, we may have to consider flying our copies of Halo at half-mast.

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You'll see them and be all, "woah".

Our Weekend In Gaming: Monsters That Are Quite Large Indeed

A good bit of the staff is on monster hunting duty this weekend, so let's all wish them luck in their quest to fell beasts the size of small office buildings.  Outside of that, we've got a smattering of games on deck.  Some focus on the search for increasingly dangerous cocaine hideouts, others revolve around a desire to explore the oceanic abyss.  A few of us, unfortunately, are about to delve into a weekend without games.  Please, leave a controller plugged in for us.

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