True Skate: A Creative, Competitive Sandbox

The various parks of True Skate are quite the sight.


I’ve skated once in my entire life, years and years ago. All I can really say about the experience is that my wrist still makes a conspicuous “pop” whenever I rotate it in just the right way. That being said, I’ve always had an affinity for the digital variety of skateboarding, from Tony Hawk Pro Skater to the skate. series. Recently, I’ve been diving into True Skate, for Android devices, a delightful little flick fest that lets you live out your inner Hawk from the comfort of your little pocket screen-slab.
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Talking to Other People is Scary: OR, Why More Multiplayer Games Need Proximity Voice

Imagine how much could change if you could talk to just them?

Multiplayer gaming is scary. Not only because you’re probably going to frequently die at the hands of leagues of 12 year olds far and away more talented than you, but because you’re playing with the most dangerous beast of all: fellow man.

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