Titanfall 2 Becomes the Master Achievement Guide

Titanfall 2 is one of the funner games I've played this year. It is a sci-fi first person shooter with a fantastic campaign. The full review is still probably going to take a few days (maybe weeks, if I'm being honest), but I can easily say that it's well worth your money.

There's an achievement in the game that I'm particularly proud of being able to get. It's called "Becomes the Master."

It involves clocking in less than 33.60 seconds in the Gauntlet, the mission you have to complete as you start the campaign. It's akin to the training level in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. And the achievement Becomes the Master is a hell of a lot like the CoD 4's New Squadron Record achievement.

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Indie Game Overview - Lost Castle

Lost Castle is an indie game developed by Hunter Studios and published by indie game publisher, Another Indie. Another Indie usually takes games developed in the east and brings them to the west and vice versa. That's their whole business model. 

Today, let's talk about Lost Castle specifically. 

It's a roguelike action RPG, where you resurrect over and over and get stronger over time should your performance be good enough to earn enough currency (soul) to level your character up per run.

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Why I Quit Toy Collecting

If you've seen my posts before or if you know me personally, you'll know that while I'm not the biggest toy collector in the world, I've bought my fair share. In recent years, the appeal of owning and buying and customizing and photographing toys has waned for me. Don't get me wrong, I still think they're awesome and would love to own more toys, but only if toy collecting didn't come with a bunch of the negatives.

I don't know if I'm just growing older or if my interests are just shifting, but here are a few reasons why I can't bring myself to buy more toys.

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The Razer Blade Pro is INSANE

You know what the dream for laptop gamers is? It's to have a laptop that comes close to PC performance. We all knew it was coming with tech getting better, faster, and smaller all the time. We just didn't know when. 

That is, until the Nvidia GTX 1080. Enter the Razer Blade Pro - as close to a high end gaming PC you can get in a laptop form factor under an inch thick.

The Razer Blade Pro packs an Intel i7 quad-core processor and an Nvidia GTX 1080, displaying on a 17.3" 4k IGZO screen equipped with G-Sync. On top of that, it's got 32GB of DDR4 RAM, and up to 2TB of PCI M.2 SSD in RAID 0 storage. How insane is that? It is currently the most powerful notebook produced by Razer, all at .88 inches thin, weighing in at 8 pounds.

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Gamdias Launches RGB Peripheral Line

Ever heard of a gaming company called Gamdias? Well, don't beat yourself up if you haven't. But it would be your fault to not check them out now that you have. They're probably the best gaming peripheral company that you've never heard before. Linus actually thinks they're innovative enough to have their own niche in the world.

They've come out with some pretty interesting stuff. I'm actually kinda sad that I've never caught wind of them before. Their Hermes Ultimate keyboards are pretty interesting, and for a pretty good price, too.

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