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Dustin Spino

Dustin Spino

Dustin has been a journalist for the past 6 years. Writing for gaming based websites and attending film school, he has brought his interest to The Movie Pool, PushStartSelect, and now Cinelinx. Follow me on Twitter! @KamiShadow

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Doom Shows How the Game Industry Is Listening to Fans

With E3 over, there's been some chance for gamers to reflect on this year's event (past the hype) and see what still thrills them.  While my excitement has dipped on some games, in others it's as strong as ever, but the most important thing E3 showed us, is that developers are listening to fans in the best ways.  

E3 2015 Showed Us The Industry Is Growing Up; Accepting Female Audiences

The gaming industry has grown and expanded in so many ways that you expect there to be issues. One of the biggest issues the industry has faced recently is the female audience and how to include them. Games have included female characters in the most absurd ways you can think of, think old school comics of the 90’s, and a big group of gamers want actual female characters. This caused problems, why is it every time we pick up a game we have to play as a male character? Why can't there be a game where female characters are not almost always, well, sex toys? Thankfully E3 2015 is heading in the right direction and we can see the industry cares.

Rating The Best And Worst Of E3 2015

With E3 conferences wrapped up we got all the major announcements from all the major companies in attendance. They put themselves at the center of the game industry for an hour and half (longer if you are EA) and showed us everything they did. So how did they stack up? Who had the best outing that excited us all, and who was more of a let down?

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