Hello Gaming Community!
As you may remember from my previous blog, I announced an opportunity we were presented with to bring community questions to the developers of a few of your favorite games during our visit at E3 2015. While we were not able to get all of your questions answered, we did get quite a bit of excellent information and we are excited to present it to our gaming community in these Special Editions of our Expert Showcase!
Hello to our awesome Gaming Community! We are looking forward to all the excitement of this year's E3 and it looks like we may have an opportunity to speak with the developers of some of your favorite games. We have posted blogs on specific gami7 communities and would love to hear from you. Leave any and all questions in the comments on the blogs listed below. We plan to bring your questions to the developers and post their answers as soon as we can. While we can't promise to get every question answered, we will do our best to bring you information straight from the source.
Please have your questions to us no later than 5pm PT on Sunday June 14th.
Today I learned about a project that really hits home to me. As an avid gamer and someone who has lost family to cancer, it seemed like the perfect cause to donate to, so of course I did, but I want to do more than that. I want to help spread the word.
The Gamer for Life project is dedicated to Kevin Kenai Griffith (KKG), a Blizzard Entertainment game developer who was diagnosed with stage four Alveloar Soft Part Sarcoma in 2012, a very rare and currently incurable cancer. The project was started by a group of his friends who wanted to do what they could to help. They formed a nonprofit group named Gamers for Good and decided to create an art book in his name. The book was the result of artists from all over the world, donating a total of …
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Every day produced a…