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Posts by Justin Ouellette

    Justin Ouellette — Engineer

    Part of the development team, Justin Ouellette enjoys long walks on the beach and properly formatted SQL queries. When he's not fixing something broken on the sites he's adding something that will break. You can thank him for this sweet biography feature even. In his spare time he enjoys his collection of arcade games or working on his Fiero.

  1. Hey, The Site is all New and Stuff. Let’s Talk (Tech).

    Deploy the gear! Establish a perimeter!

    Some of you may know who I am and some may not. I'm the lead developer here at Abrams Media. Right now I'm going to be the go between for you guys and the team back home. Come on inside and air your grievances.

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  2. Rumored Elspeth Ascended Card From Upcoming Magic: The Gathering Set Theros Spoiled

    Mother of Runes plus Oblation plus Iridescent Angel equals the new Elspeth?

    Hot on the heels of the release of Magic 2014 and the SDCC info dump for the upcoming Magic: The Gathering expansion, Theros, comes the first possible complete card spoiler for the set. The above image appears to originate from the GatheringMagic.com forums, posted by the user Wizard. If this pans out, things could get interesting.

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  3. In Memory of Ryan Davis, the Internet’s Own

    It's difficult to describe how deeply affected you can be by the passing of someone you've never actually met.

    It's difficult to describe how deeply affected you can be by the passing of someone you've never actually met. It can even be embarrassing to explain to other people who maybe don't get this whole Internet thing. Screw all that. Ryan Davis was a big part of my life, and I'd venture to guess maybe yours as well, now he's gone, and goddammit I'm crying about it. It's okay if you do too.

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  4. Sony Unveils Used Game Policy With Handy Instructional Video

    What now Microsoft, what now?

    Hot off the announcement at their E3 press conference, Sony's own Adam Boyes tweeted an instructional video to simplify the used game/game sharing policy on the new Playstation 4.

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  5. Exclusive: Say Hello to Magic 2014′s Vastwood Hydra

    Only a few months 'til Magic 2014 hits the shelves on July 19th, and you know what that means: Spoiler season is officially under way, and have we got a hydra for you!

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  6. First Spoilers for Magic 2014: Slivers are Back!

    Earlier this morning Wizards of the Coast started dropping hints about clicking, cracks and snaps, a Moggling game, and a mysterious pulse. Punching these each into Gatherer reveals, you guessed it, some classic slivers. It wasn't soon after the slivers were out of the bag that the first official Magic 2014 spoilers were released: We've got six new slivers coming, but with two huge changes.

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  7. A Beginner’s Guide to the Dragon’s Maze Prerelease

    So here we are, roughly three months after the release of Gatecrash, ready to descend upon our local game stores for the Magic: The Gathering Dragon's Maze Prerelease event this weekend. Events will be going on both Saturday and Sunday.If you're looking to get in on this action, you can check your local listings.

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  8. Wizards Updates Magic: The Gathering Banned and Restricted List, Basically Kills Eggs

    Wizards of the Coast recently announced the biannual update to the banned and restricted list for organized Magic: The Gathering play. While no changes were made to Standard, Legacy, or Extended, there was one big change each for Modern and Vintage: Second Sunrise got the banhammer in Modern, and Regrowth is now unrestricted in Vintage. Regrowth isn't such a big deal, but Second Sunrise getting banned pretty much spells the end of Eggs decks.

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  9. Nintendo Unveils The 3DS XL

    "Your handheld gaming experiences will be more intense and more engrossing than ever before," said Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Amie in a pre-recorded video that was made available Thursday night. He is referring to Nintendo's new handheld called the 3DS XL (known as the 3DS LL in Japan). Announced as a co-sessor to the 3DS, much like the DSi XL before it, it will be the same hardware you know and (possibly) love from the 3DS, but with bigger screens -- 90% bigger screens to be exact.

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