A new era in gifting on Home emerge last week with the launch of the Giftinator 9000 from Hellfire Games. Recently, I had the opportunity to sit-down and have a talk with Novus_Cooldown from Hellfire about the Giftinator.
"...fast forward to February 2014, with scandals averted and an exciting release of the mother-of-all gift machines on Home, the Giftinator 9000 from Hellfire Games. With the dawn of a new era in gifting on Home, I knew, that I had to throw caution to the wind, tempt fate one more time and invite Novus over for a second interview."
Thanks for the new Community Radio venture from PSTalent, fresh, independent musicians are being given a phenomanal opportunity to showcase their talent for the community. One such group is the extremely talented group Moxy and the Influnece who recently entered and won Big and Famous' video contest, securing a $100,000 professionaly shot music video.
Find out what makes this group of talented kids so awesome in my two-part interview with them.
Once again, it's time for PSHome Gazette's annual fundraising drive in support of of Child's Play, a game industry charity which has providing games and toys to children in over 70 hospitals worldwide since 2003. Here is a link to the Child's Play website which will explain more about the charity, and what it's about.
This will be the third year PSHome Gazette will have run a fundraising campaign in support of Child's Play, and we have a lot of great events, along with some great prizes lined up for some of the top contributors .
Cynella , PSHome Gazette's editor, has put together a pair of articles about our Child's Play Fundraising event, one consisting of some of the Frequently Asked Questions about the fundraiser.
Of particular interest will be the ticket we'll be raffling off to the PAX East event which will be happening in April this year. For more details about this particular prize, besure to check the Child's Play FAQs link, which has specific information about this prize, and how to enter and be eligible to win.
Honestly tho, does anyone who's imagination contributed to the making of this article really belong anywhere near a fundraiser for children?