Rockstar Video Gaming Blogger Support and Unity #1

Gaming blogger could excel more than food, travel and fashion bloggers.  Here is the unity for gaming blogs and rockstars. In order to be successful in  blogging, there is alot of networking you have to do.  The video game market is very saturated and it’s a tough niche. I when to Twitter and found some gaming blogging websites to look into. We gamers have to support one other and if you want to have unity in blogging. Here is are some rock star gaming blogger I found out. Note: some of them have account and can’t comment on them.

11. AVGL- a video game life

AVGL is a video game blogger who talks about latest video game and has a YouTube channel.  Featuring let’s play on Battleborn, DOTA, Agents of Mayhew and more. Aside from gaming Jonathan post soccer games, UFC matches and tech stuff. Follow Jonathan Hirt on Twitter , Facebook and his blog.

10. NekoJonez’s Gaming Blog

NekoJonez’s gaming blog does reviews, retrospective, first impressions and publishing. Neko has a forum,  Twitter  , Youtube , Steam , Tumblr   and Google+  page. Make sure to follow and support NekoJonez.  NekoJonez is partnered with other gaming bloggers and won award for  Market Inspector Best Technology Blog of 2017. Neko is a aspirating actor and has a community called Arpegi. Be sure to check out Neko’s gaming blog.

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Does DLC Content Benefit You In Video Games Experience?

What do you think of DLC


Do you hate DLC? Will it benefit the player that plays the games? DLC stands for downloadable content and it’s distributed on the internet not physical. DLC is pretty much like an add-on or expansion pack content that revolves around it are storyline, weapons, costumes., game modes and etc. Later on is re-release on a deluxe or special edition which all the DLC is in one disc. DLC exist in the early 1980s when Gameline can around, you needed an internet connection (dial up I hate it) to buy games this method was called digital distribution. Another example is the Sega Channel you have to buy and pay a activation fee, then download whatever game you choose. Journey to 2000s, you have PlayStation Store, Xbox Live Marketplace and Nintendo eShop which known for having DLC. For people who got mobile phones there are DLC too which is called In-game apps. The disadvantage of DLC, people don’t want to spend a lot of money on content that

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