Welcome to the May 2013 edition of The Carnival of Video Game Bloggers. While you’re visiting, you should also check out the new forums and start up a conversation or perhaps join in on one of the threads I started to get things moving. With that out of the way, you should go ahead and check out this month’s submissions.
Heather presents MMO Haven: How to Elemental!Shaman in 5.2 posted at Backstab to the Face. Heather has tips and tricks for playing an elemental shaman in WoW put together from personal experience. The math of theorycrafting is left to those who prefer to crunch numbers in tandem with playing the game.
NinjaBob117 presents The Illegible Others: Faster Then Light Review posted at The Illegible Others. With a brief review of Faster Than Light, NinjaBob117 lets us know what he thinks of this indie title.
Meg presents ‘Electronic Games’ From The 1980′s posted at Geek Insider. This post has some amazing old magazine articles you have to read. Highlights include when EA didn’t have a reputation for evil, and the idea of gaming over the telephone was new and being explored.
Heather presents Inquisitor Aura’s Escapades: Why PC Gaming Still Rocks posted at Backstab to the Face. Here we have some thoughts on why gaming on PC is still a great choice. Mods is the clear victor for me as the most important reason, but there are plenty of others to go over.
The Dude presents The Quirky Adventures of Dead Island: Riptide (Bugs and Glitches) posted at Glory to Gaming. Here we have some video of some amusing bugs caught in Dead Island: Riptide. You should just click on through for the video and watch it through, because bugs are fun.
That concludes this edition of the Carnival of Video Game Bloggers. Join us next month for more great gaming info. You can use the carnival submission form to submit posts for next month’s carnival. Be sure to check out some of the posts of other submitters and perhaps leave a friendly comment or two if you like their work.