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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

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For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week.

“The Intro of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s South Park RPG”

Remember the excitement surrounding the announcement of the new South Park RPG, written by the show’s writers Matt Stone and Trey Parker?  Well, more has been unveiled about this coming treasure.

220px South Park Stick Of Truth Box Art The Intro of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s South Park RPG and Preorder Info

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“Which Video Games Were Considered ‘The Best of E3’?”

Excited for the amazing games presented at this year’s E3?  GameStop wants to capitalize upon that excitement, having announced in a press release this week that “the best of E3” can now be preordered.

Metal Gear Rising Revengeance 300x157 Which Video Games Were Considered “The Best of E3”?

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“Nerdy Summer Crafts”

So…summer is upon us!  On the off chance your power goes out or some other tragic event pulls you away from gaming away the summer months, what is there to do?  Check out this article for some fantastic ideas on projects that fellow gamers will drool over.

majorasmask1 300x225 Nerdy Summer Crafts

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“Dragon’s Dogma Review (PS3)”

An accurate and informative review of Capcom’s RPG Dragon’s Dogma.

dragons dogma 300x168 Dragons Dogma Review (PS3)

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“The Jobs of ESRB Raters: Just as Hushed as Top Secret Government Work?”

What do you really know about how these ratings are decided?  It’s a given that there are specific ratings for specific age ranges with associated reasons for the rating, but who decides what “comic mischief” is or what exceeds the teen rating for violence?

Esrb ratings 300x206 The Jobs of ESRB Raters: Just as Hushed as Top Secret Government Work?

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“Gaming Experience for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing – Still Not Up to Par”

Game developers translate and localize games for different countries around the world, but many developers are unaware (or unwilling) to accommodate for the deaf and hard of hearing.  Although the world will have roughly 215 million hearing-impaired people in 2015, it is not required for video games to include subtitles.  Fortunately, many games now integrate subtitles, though that still does not make a top selling game a well-rated one by the deaf and hard of hearing.

256px Half Life Cover Art 209x300 Gaming Experience for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing    Still Not Up to Par

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