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  • Wednesday
    Streaming: Halo Infinite Campaign on Heroic

    Let's go, Chief!

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  • Tuesday
    Halo Infinite Campaign Stream Tomorrow

    Hey all.

    Just a heads up that I am planning on streaming Halo Infinite's campaign as I go in blind tomorrow.

    No, I do not have a specific time for you, because the 1PM EST time is apparently when you can begin downloading it.

    So likely late afternoon to evening.

    Anyone else remember midnight releases?

    Welcome to Modern GamingTM.

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  • Sunday
    Late Night Art Post!

    Special thanks once again to Little Tigress for this amazing rendition of my OC, Sky Scribbles!

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  • Sunday
    Halo Infinite Update: Week 2.5

    "As for Slayer itself, we're still having discussions around feasibility."

    "Historically, a Slayer only playlist and an Objective only playlist always resulted in the Obj playlist quickly becoming unhealthy."

    343 Industries' Community Manager, ladies and gents.

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  • Saturday
    Has anyone ever attended a live Esports event?

    I'm thinking about attending HCS Kansas City in April, and I'm wondering about what I can expect as a spectator.

    Like, obviously the main stage for the biggest stuff but I'm wondering what else there is to do at these type of events.

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated!

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Aren't E3 attendees supposed to be industry insiders? · 10:36pm Jun 16th, 2015

As you know, after the big conferences, the rest of E3 week is used for more in-depth gameplay demos on the show floor.

And every single year, gaming journalism sites post videos of these gameplay demos featuring players that don't have a clue what the fuck they're doing. I'm cringing pretty hard at some of this Halo 5 Warzone footage.

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I guess they'll let anyone who buys a ticket be a part of the demos at E3. Really wish they wouldn't, seeing as people won't have much time to master the controls before the demos are over.

3155091 That's the thing, E3 isn't open to the public. Not anyone can buy a ticket. You have to be involved in the industry somehow (developer, publisher, manager of a game retail store, etc)

Being an industry insider doesn't make you good at video games.

For example, I work for Verizon Business. Most of the people who work with me have no clue how the phone network actually functions.

Well, Kotaku got told to shove off, so at least there's that.



RalphRetort (tweets are within the article)

Edit: Not sure if they couldn't show up to E3 at all, or if it was just the press conference. Either way, it's a slap in the face.

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