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Thomas Schulenberg

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Thomas is currently a weekend editor at Joystiq, though he also contributes edits to Joystiq's library of original, video-based content.

Prior to Joystiq, he served as GameZombie.tv's Assistant Producer and wrote, co-hosted and produced the site's weekly gaming news show. He also has a degree in Multimedia Communications and Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Thomas Schulenberg's Latest Posts

Play games, see what's next at PlayStation Experience

Couldn't get to E3, Gamescom or any of the PAX events? You could try making it up to yourself with a two-day event in Las Vegas, provided you dig all things PlayStation. From December 6 - 7, PlayStation Experience attendees will be able to "sit in on in-depth panels, meet the industry's best...

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Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition grants week-long XP, loot buffs

Console dungeon crawlers still searching for loot in Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition could have a big week – A recent post from Blizzard Community Manager Lylirra details week-long buffs running from 3 a.m. EST October 10 - 17, with advantages varying depending on whether you're a previous or...

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Driveclub features disabled as devs seek to fix online woes

Driveclub hasn't reached new, silky-smooth pavement just yet, and it appears server issues will keep racers on rougher roads for a while longer. A post to the game's official Facebook page explains that while a recent update has increased the number of drivers on Driveclub's tracks, updates over...

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Stiq Figures, September 22 - 28: Do you like collectibles edition

Welcome to Stiq Figures, where the sales data is after the break and the posts don't matter. So you've just built a world worthy of an adventure, but how do you decorate its less-traveled paths? What do you use to pull the hero away from a direct point A-to-B trek to topple the central...

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Bandcamp houses complete Banjo-Kazooie soundtrack

There's probably no amount of reminiscing that can return the Banjo-Kazooie series back to its 3D platforming glory at this point, but at least now you can give kudos to the man behind the series' musical beginnings. Grant Kirkhope, composer of Banjo-Kazooie's soundtrack and longtime contributor...

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CRT-themed Super Win the Game recalls the good old days

Modern, retro-tinted platformers have got the whole "classic graphical style" thing down at this point, but emulating the warm glow of CRT TVs is a rarer feat. Minor Key Games has coated Super Win the Game in the softer presentation, pairing with open-ended, exploration-focused platforming to...

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Curtain Call DLC covers Final Fantasy Fables, Romancing Saga, more

Whether you've already earned SSS ranks across the entirety of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call's 200+ song setlist or you just really dig deep cuts like Romancing Saga, Square Enix is serving up a la carte encores through its unlockable DLC store. Each track, as well as two additional...

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The Civil War gets steamy in Ironclad Tactics on Android

Paying attention to our Civil War lectures would have been a lot easier if the phrase "steam-powered robots" had been uttered a single time. Ironclad Tactics risks a few liberties with that chapter of history, and its tactical, card-based take on the United States' bloodiest conflict has now been...

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Sakaguchi's Terra Battle lands on iOS, Android this week

Terra Battle, a fast-paced, grid-based action RPG from Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi's Mistwalker studio, will start filling experience bars on October 9. The adventure begins as a free download on iOS and Android, with players leading a party to the center of the world to learn about a...

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Shelter 2 protects baby lynx in 2015, dev teases new game

We'll have to wait until Q1 2015 to prove our paws hands at lynx motherhood in Shelter 2, as developer Might and Delight has delayed the PC adventure due to "persistent bugs" and to allow time for a new, separate project. "We are experimenting with a type of game that we have never created...

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