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polygondotcom:

Samurai Gunn review: dulled edge
The difference between life and death in Samurai Gunn is a microsecond. A pixel. A heartbeat.
Samurai Gunn is the latest of a swath of games attempting to master the local multiplayer experience rather than struggle with server stability and netcode for online multiplayer. It harkens back to the days of yore, when friends were invited, beers were cracked and the couch became a warzone.
At its best, Samurai Gunn captures some of that retro magic, but it remains hindered by a distinct lack of polish that makes the split-second timing more of a liability.
(Link to the full review)

polygondotcom:

Samurai Gunn review: dulled edge

The difference between life and death in Samurai Gunn is a microsecond. A pixel. A heartbeat.

Samurai Gunn is the latest of a swath of games attempting to master the local multiplayer experience rather than struggle with server stability and netcode for online multiplayer. It harkens back to the days of yore, when friends were invited, beers were cracked and the couch became a warzone.

At its best, Samurai Gunn captures some of that retro magic, but it remains hindered by a distinct lack of polish that makes the split-second timing more of a liability.

(Link to the full review)

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politicalpartytime:

RECOMMENDED READING: Politicans move to rake in more campaign cash

It’s been a busy year on the fundraising circuit, and it’s little surprise: USA Today finds lawmakers in eight state legislatures have voted to increase campaign contributions for state candidates (and themselves) in 2013. Michigan is the latest state to double the amount of dollars politicians can collect.

USA Today meanwhile also notes six states have no political campaign contribution limits to speak of….

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