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Jaynesis Ong
Jaynesis Ong 162 posts

He is currently a graphics designer by trade, illustrator for indie games, fashionisto, film production assistant, socialite, sampler of fine music, and taster of various new MMO games. JB likes destructive walks on the beach, visceral plot points, maniacal villains, and collapsing galactic empires.

SOE Live 2014: EverQuest 2

While EverQuest continues to enjoy updates under Sony Online Entertainment (SOE), its successor, EverQuest 2, is not without its own continuing vision! Celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year on November 9,

SOE Live 2014: EverQuest

Going into its 16th year running, EverQuest is still kicking and running! While some of the mainstream audience sees World of Warcraft being the longest running MMO, EverQuest still receives

The Hero’s Guide to The Elder Scrolls Online (review)

When Elder Scrolls Online came about, many people anticipated that it would play much like Skyrim. While the game possessed mixed reactions, those that stayed with the game loved it

Magic the Gathering 2015 Core Set (review)

If you’re a fan Magic the Gathering in the past, now is a great time to get back into the game. I’m not saying this for some kind of marketing ploy,

Return of Sierra On-Line

If you were a PC gamer in the 1980s up into the late 1990s, the name “Sierra On-Line” should be familiar to you. Having created and published many of the

So you’re new to the League of Legends Championship Series?

When it comes to talking about computer games, particularly the online realm, it’s rare to find someone who has not heard of League of Legends. The major accomplishment of Riot

SDCC 2014: Meeting with Legend of Korra’s Janet Varney and David Faustino

This past weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, my colleague and I had the opportunity to meet with two of the lead voice actors of Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra. We spoke to

Warframe (MMO) new UI, new prologue

Among the handful of PC gaming FPS enthusiasts online, Warframe has been one of those games that lays somewhere between MMO and online FPS. To those new to Warframe, you

Arc Games – Perfect World Entertainment

For serial MMO players like myself, it would be difficult not to run into Perfect World Entertainment at one point or another. Whether it’s the Perfect World MMO itself, Jade

The Legend of Korra – Book Two: Spirits (DVD review)

The Legend of Korra – Book Two: Spirits is now available on Blu-ray and DVD! With the return of Korra, Mako, Bolin, Asami, Tenzin and his family, take on a new

Ford Motor Company – Trend Conference (Day 2)

We recently covered the Ford event last week. Ford orchestrated an announcement during the breakfast of the second day. Teaming with Power Wheels, they created customized mini-F150 trucks for children.

Ford Motor Company – Trend Conference (Day 1)

It’s about 1:19AM as I’m starting to write this. I just recovered from an evening of presentations by the Chief Operating Officer of Ford, Mark Fields. Like the major celebrity

E3 2014 – First impressions of Civilization: Beyond Earth

As a long-time Civilization fan, I’ve tracked its iterations since the early days when I played Civilization 2 and Colonization on my old PC. Sid Meier has maintained a legacy

E3 2014: Obsidian’s Pillars of Eternity

We were invited to take part in the preview of Pillars of Eternity. I was fortunate and grateful to see this game, and I was vaguely aware of the Kickstarter when

E3 2014: From EQNLandmark to Landmark

If you haven’t heard of Landmark before, it’s perfectly okay! One of our esteemed writers, Aaron Carter picks you up to speed on some of the concepts and tools which

Video Game Vixens Burlesque this Friday in Los Angeles!

Courtney Cruz is back! Yes, I am entertained by performance art and dancing, so you can imagine I adore movies like Black Swan and Moulin Rouge (among the popular titles).

KCON – Korean Pop Culture Convention

At this rate, you may have heard of someone who listens to Korean pop music (also known as K-Pop) avidly or know of the increasing international phenomenon taking over the

E3 2014: The Evil Within impressions

Bethesda Softworks, known famously for its The Elder Scrolls series of games, had a nice fat “booth” at E3 this year. While the entire box walls advertised The Evil Within,

‘Jupiter Ascending’ delayed to 2015

By now if you have been paying attention to the interwebs or have friends who do, you’ll know that the sci-fi epic, Jupiter Ascending, has been delayed to February 2015. Why?

Girls stab friend 19 times because of ‘Slender Man’

The Slender Man is a legend started by the internet over the last number of years and became immortalized through fans and fiction. But what happens when it is taken to the