Flash Sale on the Playstation store (PS4,PS3, PSVITA) ends on 4/20


The link to the sale is below
https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/flash-sale/cid=STORE-MSF77008-FLASHSALEWEBLP

April 2015 PlayStation Store Flash Sale

  • Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know (PS3) – $8.00
  • Alien Rage (PS3) – $3.00
  • Anarchy Reigns (PS3) – $5.00
  • Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (PS3) – $6.00
  • Awesomenauts: Assemble! (PS4) – $2.50
  • Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate (PS Vita) – $5.00
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (PS3) – $6.00
  • Bayonetta (PS3) – $8.00
  • Beyond Good & Evil HD (PS3) – $2.00
  • Blood of the Werewolf (PS3) – $1.75
  • BloodRayne: Betrayal (PS3) – $2.00
  • Cars 2: The Game (PS3) – $5.00
  • Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (PS3) – $6.00
  • Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (PS3) – $6.00
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD (PS3) – $6.00
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 (PS3) – $16.00
  • Chivalry: Medieval Warfare (PS3) – $7.50
  • Closure (PS3) – $3.00
  • Contra: Shattered Soldier (PS2 Classic) – $4.00
  • Dante’s Inferno (PS3) – $3.00
  • Daylight (PS4) – $3.75
  • Dead Island Riptide Complete Edition (PS3) – $7.00
  • Double Dragon Neon (PS3) – $2.00
  • Driver ’76 (PSP, PS Vita compatible) – $4.00
  • Duke Nukem Forever (PS3) – $4.00
  • Dynasty Warriors Next (PS Vita) – $14.00
  • Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires (PS3) – $8.00
  • Dynasty Warriors 7 Empires (PS3) – $16.00
  • Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) – $20.00
  • Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon (PS3) – $5.00
  • Enemy Front (PS3) – $10.00
  • Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (PS3) – $5.00
  • Fluster Cluck (PS4) – $3.50
  • Hitman: Blood Money HD (PS3) – $3.40
  • Hitman Trilogy HD (PS3) – $8.00
  • Hotline Miami (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – $4.00
  • How to Survive (PS3) – $3.00
  • Jet Set Radio (PS3) – $4.00
  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean (PS3) – $5.00
  • Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut (PS4) – $3.50
  • Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut (PS3, PS Vita) – $2.00
  • Lord of the Rings: War in the North (PS3) – $8.00
  • Lords of the Fallen (PS4) – $24.00
  • Mafia 2 (PS3) – $4.00
  • Manhunt 2 (PS3) – $3.00
  • Max Payne 3 (PS3) – $4.00
  • Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Ultimate Edition (PS3) – $12.00
  • Metal Gear Solid VR Missions (PSOne Classic) – $2.40
  • Mirror’s Edge (PS3) – $6.00
  • Neo Contra (PS2 Classic) – $4.00
  • Ninja Gaiden Sigma (PS3) – $8.00
  • Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (PS3) – $8.00
  • Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge with Season Pass (PS3) – $12.00
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors (PS3) – $6.00
  • One Piece: Unlimited World Red (PS3) – $12.00
  • One Piece: Unlimited World Red (PS Vita) – $9.00
  • Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (PS3) – $6.00
  • Prototype (PS3) – $7.80
  • Prototype 2 Gold Edition (PS3) – $19.50
  • Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (PS3) – $6.00
  • Rayman Origins (PS3) – $4.00
  • Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (PS3) – $4.00
  • Retro City Rampage DX (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – $3.50
  • Samurai Warriors 4 (PS3) – $25.00
  • Shank 2 (PS3) – $2.00
  • Silent Hill (PSOne Classic) – $2.40
  • Silent Hill: Origins (PSP) – $4.00
  • Slender: The Arrival (PS3) – $4.00
  • Sonic Adventure (PS3) – $2.00
  • Sonic Adventure 2 (PS3) – $4.00
  • Sonic 4: Episode 1 (PS3) – $4.00
  • Sonic 4: Episode 2 (PS3) – $6.00
  • Sonic Generations (PS3) – $12.00
  • Sonic Unleashed (PS3) – $8.00
  • Spec Ops: The Line (PS3) – $5.10
  • Spelunker HD (PS3) – $4.00
  • Spelunker HD Ultimate Edition (PS3) – $6.80
  • SpongeBob Squarepants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge (PS3) – $9.90
  • Stealth Inc (PS4) – $3.75
  • Stealth Inc (PS3, PS Vita) – $2.00
  • SteamWorld Dig (PS4, PS Vita) – $2.50
  • Switch Galaxy Ultra (PS4, PS Vita) – $4.20
  • Terraria (PS3) – $5.55
  • The Amazing Spider-Man Gold Edition (PS3) – $19.50
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gold Edition (PS3) – $19.50
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gold Edition (PS4) – $23.40
  • The Impossible Game (PS Mini) – $0.60
  • The Warriors (PSP, PS Vita Compatible) – $3.00
  • Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – $2.80
  • Thomas Was Alone (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – $3.50
  • Touch My Katamari (PS Vita) – $4.50
  • Toy Story 3: The Game (PS3) – $5.00
  • Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark Gold Edition (PS3) – $22.00
  • Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark Gold Edition (PS4) – $26.00
  • Trine: Enchanted Edition (PS4) – $5.25
  • Trine 2: Complete Story (PS4) – $4.00
  • Uncharted: Golden Abyss (PS Vita) – $5.40
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate (PS4) – $30.00
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate (PS3) – $25.00
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate (PS Vita) – $20.00
  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown (PS3) – $8.00
  • XCOM: Enemy Within (PS3) – $8.00
  • Zombie Apocalypse (PS3) – $4.00
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Psn update April 14th 2015

 
April’s PlayStation Plus Lineup
    Aaru’s Awakening (PS3, PS4)
    Dishonored (PS3)
    Killzone Mercenary (PS Vita)
    MonsterBag (PS Vita)
    Never Alone (PS4)
    Tower of Guns (PS4, PS3)
Sales
Platform Title Regular Sale Original Price
PS4 Grand Theft Auto V & Free Great White Shark Cash Card $59.99 $79.99
PS4 Shiftlings $9.99 $14.99
PS4 Yorbie: Episode One $9.99 $14.99
PS3 Ace Combat Infinity: Ace Combat Infinity Stocked Fuel (10 Units + 1 Free Unit) $7.49 $8.99
PS3 Ace Combat Infinity: Ace Combat Infinity Stocked Fuel (50 Units + 10 Free Units) $35.99 $44.99
PS3 El Chavo Kart $29.99 $39.99
PS3 Forest Legends: The Call of Love $4.99 $9.99
PS3 Game of Thrones $1.99 $19.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto 3 $2.50 $9.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto IV $5.00 $19.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto V & Free Great White Shark Cash Card $29.60 $79.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City $5.00 $19.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories $2.50 $9.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas $3.75 $14.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City $2.50 $9.99
PS3 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories $2.50 $9.99
PS3 Mountain Crime: Requital $7.99 $14.99
PS3 Sacra Terra: Kiss of Death $5.99 $11.99
PS3 Snark Busters: High Society $5.99 $11.99
PS3 Twisted Lands: Shadow Town $5.99 $11.99
PS3 Undergarden $2.99 $4.99
PS Vita Aeternoblade $9.99 $14.99
PSP Chameleon $2.99 $3.99
PSP Elminage Original $7.99 $14.99
PSP Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars $5.00 $19.99
PSP Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories $5.00 $19.99
PSP Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories $5.00 $19.99
PSP Warriors of the Lost Empire $2.99 $5.99
PlayStation Plus Discounts
Platform Title Plus Price Original Price
PS4 Powers – Dynamic Theme Free $1.99
PS4 Titan Souls $13.49 $14.99
PS4 UFC 186: Johnson vs Horiguchi $44.99 $49.99
PS4 We Are Doomed $8.99 $9.99
PS3 UFC 186: Johnson vs Horiguchi $44.99 $49.99
PS Vita Draw Slasher Bundle $1.50 $5.99
PS Vita Titan Souls $13.49 $14.99
Price Changes
Platform Title New Price Original Price
PS4 Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag $29.99 $39.99
PS4 Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition $49.99 $59.99
PS4 Assassin’s Creed Unity $39.99 $59.99
PS4 Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Deluxe Edition $54.99 $74.99
PS4 Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Legion Edition $39.99 $49.99
PS4 Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Premium Edition $64.99 $84.99
PS3 Assassin’s Creed Rogue $39.99 $59.99
PS Plus Discounts Ending 4/21
Oddworld: New’n’ Tasty – Alf’s Mission DLC
Titan Souls (PS4)
We Are Doomed
Yorbie: Episode One
Titan Souls (PS Vita)
 
PlayStation Now New Rentals
    Crash Commando (PS Now)
    Enemy Front (PS Now)
    Fatal Fury (PS Now)
    Magrunner Dark Pulse (PS Now)
    Penny Arcade Adventures OTRSPOD Episode 1 (PS Now)
PS4 Games
    Mortal Kombat X ($59.99)
    Mortal Kombat X Premium Edition ($89.99)
    Titan Souls (Cross Buy with PS Vita) ($14.99)
    DC Universe Online Free-to-Play (Free)
    Teslagrad (Cross Buy with PS3) ($14.99)
    We Are Doomed ($9.99)
PS3 Games
    DC Universe Online Free-to-Play (Free)
    Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy (PS2 Classic Bundle) ($29.99)
    Gradius V (PS2 Classic) ($9.99)
    Teslagrad (Cross Buy with PS4) ($14.99)
PS Vita Games
    Best of Arcade Games – Deluxe Edition ($19.99)
    Bloxiq ($9.99)
    Medieval Defenders ($5.99)
    Titan Souls ($14.99, Cross Buy with PS4)
Pre-Orders
    Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Ascendance (PS4) ($14.99)
Demos
    Shiftlings (PS4) (Free)
    Trine Enchanted Edition (PS4) (Free)
PS4 Add-ons
Dragon Ball Xenoverse
    GT Pack 2 ($9.99)
Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires Free Alliances Version
Content Cross Buy with PS3
    Edit Parts – Female Equipment 4 ($4.99)
    Edit Parts – Male Equipment 4 ($4.99)
    Edit Voice 4 ($1.99)
    Weapon & Character 10 ($4.99)
    Weapon & Character 11 ($3.99)
Evolve
    Wraith Clownfish Skin ($2.99)
Mortal Kombat X
    30 Easy Fatalities ($4.99)
    5 Easy Fatalities ($0.99)
    Blue Steel Sub-Zero ($1.99)
    Goro ($4.99)
    Kombat Pack (The Season Pass) ($29.99)
    Samurai Pack (Free for Season Pass holders)
    Unlock All Crypt Items ($19.99)
Rocksmith 2014
    Thin Lizzy – Dancing in the Moonlight ($2.99)
    Thin Lizzy – Jailbreak ($2.99)
    Thin Lizzy – The Boys are Back in Town ($2.99)
    Thin Lizzy Song Pack ($7.99)
The Crew
    The Crew – Extreme Car Pack ($6.99)
    The Crew – Raid Car Pack (Free for Season Pass holders)
Toukiden: Kiwami
    Mission Collection 1 (Free)
    Mission Collection 2 (Free)
PS3 Add-ons
Ace Combat Infinity
    Extra Contract & Special Supply Ticket Set D ($8.99)
    Stocked Fuel & Special Supply Ticket Set J ($8.99)
    Stocked Fuel & Special Supply Ticket Set K ($26.99)
    Stocked Fuel & Special Supply Ticket Set L ($44.99)
Dragon Ball Xenoverse
    GT Pack 2 ($9.99)
Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires Free Alliances Version
Content Cross Buy with PS4
    Edit Parts – Female Equipment 4 ($4.99)
    Edit Parts – Male Equipment 4 ($4.99)
    Edit Voice 4 ($1.99)
    Weapon & Character 10 ($4.99)
    Weapon & Character 11 ($3.99)
Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F 2nd
Content Cross Buy with PS Vita
    Ha2une Miku Module ($1.99)
    Marginal ($2.99)
    Powder Module ($1.99)
    When First Love Ends ($2.99)
Rocksmith 2014
    Thin Lizzy – Dancing in the Moonlight ($2.99)
    Thin Lizzy – Jailbreak ($2.99)
    Thin Lizzy – The Boys are Back in Town ($2.99)
    Thin Lizzy Song Pack ($7.99)
PS Vita Add-ons
Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F 2nd
Content Cross Buy with PS3
    Ha2une Miku Module ($1.99)
    Marginal ($2.99)
    Powder Module ($1.99)
    When First Love Ends ($2.99)
Medieval Defenders
    100 Flasks ($0.99)
    1200 Flasks ($9.99)
    3125 Flasks ($19.99)
    335 Flasks ($2.99)
    575 Flasks ($4.99)
    Episode 1 Content ($0.99)
    Episode 2 Content ($0.99)
    Episode 2 Unlock ($0.99)
    Outpost HP Restore ($0.99)
Toukiden: Kiwami
    Mission Collection 1 (Free)
    Mission Collection 2 (Free)
Themes
Platform Title Price
PS4 A Magnificent Space View 2 Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS4 A Space Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS4 American Flag Dynamic Theme $3.49
PS4 Astronaut Gamer Theme $2.99
PS4 Bike Hoodie Theme $2.99
PS4 Bow Before Lazer Kitty Theme $2.99
PS4 Enter The Gekko Theme $2.99
PS4 Fire Eye Theme $2.99
PS4 Hell Fire Theme $2.99
PS4 NHL: Anaheim Ducks Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Arizona Coyotes Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Boston Bruins Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Buffalo Sabres Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Calgary Flames Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Carolina Hurricanes Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Chicago Blackhawks Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Colorado Avalanche Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Columbus Blue Jackets Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Dallas Stars Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Detroit Red Wings Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Edmonton Oilers Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Florida Panthers Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Los Angeles Kings Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Minnesota Wild Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Montreal Canadiens Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Nashville Predators Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: New Jersey Devils Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: New York Islanders Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: New York Rangers Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Ottawa Senators Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Philadelphia Flyers Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: San Jose Sharks Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: St. Louis Blues Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Vancouver Canucks Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Washington Capitals Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 NHL: Winnipeg Jets Dynamic Theme – Full HD $2.99
PS4 Pirate Theme $2.99
PS4 Poison Theme $2.99
PS4 Thug Theme $2.99
PS3 A Digital Rain Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS3 A Military Helicopter Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS3 An Active Dark Planet Dynamic Theme $2.99
PS3 Attack on Titan Army Theme $1.99
PS3 Attack on Titan Eren Yeager Theme $1.99
PS3 Attack on Titan Horizons Theme $1.99
PS3 Attack on Titan Wall Emblems Theme $1.99
PS3 NHL: Arizona Coyotes Home Ice Static Theme $1.99
PS Vita A Space Theme $2.99
PS Vita A Water And Fire Theme $2.99
PS Vita Clouds Theme $2.99
 
Avatars
Platform Title Price
PS3 Avatar Gamer For Life $0.99
PS3 Avatar Sexy $0.99
PS3 Avatar Silver Skull $0.99
PS3 Avatar Skull 4 $0.99
PS3 Avatar Bundle 008 $4.99

What can go wrong in game

What can go wrong in a video game?
by Dark_Laharal  
              Making Video games has always been a tricky thing to pull off. No matter how good a game is, it will surely have a pitfall that will sour your experience by a bit or a lot. Often, a developer has a great idea for a story but they fail to deliver in terms of gameplay and the opposite can happen as well. A great story has potential to keep you playing even if you find yourself frustrated by the controls or some other problem plaguing the gameplay. A video game with awesome gameplay but lacking in the story department will be fun to play but you will often find yourself wondering why you are playing other than for the fun provided. Sometimes, the pitfall waits at the end and (depending on how bad it is) it can sometimes ruin the fun you had leading up to it.

                Take a game like Breakdown, this game was released for the original Xbox, Breakdown had a very good story that made you wonder what was coming next. You play as Derrick Cole an amnesiac who wakes up and is told he has been asleep for a long time. You cannot remember who you are or where you are but soon you find out you are wanted dead. From there you meet a girl who says she knows you well and wants to help you escape. From there you are lead down a crazy sci-fi adventure involving; aliens, time travel, super powers, time paradoxes, and memory fixing machines! It is such a great story that I often could not put it down BUT! The gameplay of Breakdown had quite a few problems plaguing it. You see Breakdownwas played in first person view where often the guns were useless against your enemies, you had to fight them with kicks and punches. The problems this point of view caused were numerous, they often caused many unfair deaths to the point of frustration. A perfect example of a frustrating part of the game is when you are forced to run through a laser security system, you were forced to slide, jump, back flip, summersault, and run without getting hit by the lasers. I died a ridiculous amount of times, so much so that I just had to stop playing for a while and get some air.

                Despite the pitfalls that Breakdown’s gameplay had I pressed on because the story had me hooked. I looked past the frustration I felt because I wanted to know how it would all end and it was well worth it in the end, even if I did end up confused and wishing for a sequel. For me Breakdown is a great example of a great story compensating for pitfalls in gameplay. A game were the gameplay is the only reason you play the game is sadly now a days more common. Examples of gameplay orientated games include; Call of Duty, Prototype, Dying Light, and Dead Rising.

                Let’s talk Prototype, I seriously had to look up a video to remember what the story was in that game. You are Alex Mercer an amnesiac who……wait…..woah yeah an amnesiac who wakes up in a morgue and can’t remember his past then gets help from a girl (his sister in this case) to uncover what happened to you and what’s going on in New York. You get some crazy shapeshifting powers and kill stuff. The story is built up in such a way that you can pretty much figure out how it’s going to end about a quarter of the way through. Personally after figuring out the end by myself I was pretty much at a loss for finishing the game. The only reason I finished Prototype was because the gameplay was fun, shapeshifting into a normal human then sneaking into a military base and slaughtering everyone was very fun. Sometimes all I did was random missions where I got to use my crazy powers to kill stuff.

                Games with either good gameplay or good story can still be great games if their area of lacking is saved by its strong point, i.e. good story saves lacking gameplay and vice versa. It is really hard to get both good story and good gameplay but it is not impossible. Games such as Journey, Fallout, Skyrim, Half Life, and Bioshock are good examples of good story and good gameplay.

                Bioshock, one of the greatest stories with the greatest twist have ever seen and I had fun playing thought the game as well. The gameplay of Bioshock was fun, it was FPS but it added nice elements like; plasmids that allowed you to set people on fire, shock them or blow them up into the air with…well air. Bioshock gave you the choice whether to be ”good” or “evil” but it really didn’t matter because this is the only place it kind of fell short, the ending. The ending did not matter though because by that point you were done playing the game, it had nothing left to offer you.

                Video games used to be all about gameplay but recently they have started to become more of an art form with stories to tell apart from the gameplay. It is not always important to include gameplay though, there are some games that are almost all story with choices to be made, but that’s a story for another day. A game can stand alone with either good story or good gameplay and both of course! No matter what, a game will include some pitfall, large or small, that might slightly or totally sour your experience. Tell me what games you guys enjoyed and what ruined it for you even if it was a minor detail. I know I’m not the only one who sees these minor/major pitfalls!

Hearthstone Saturday Pre-Tournaments


So this Saturday will be our first Pre-Tournament before the Sunday night tournaments at Clutch Gaming Arena
Anyone is welcome to join
All you have to do is Register with BattleTag (and Battletag #) at
http://challonge.com/NCGHearthstone

Also this tournament will not have prize’s at the moment, but if we start to have enough Challengers join that can change for the next one

Official Event Rules
Competition Method: 1v1

Mode: Versus

Game Length: Best of 3

Game Winner: Player who gets opposing players health to 0

Restrictions:
Once a class has been destroyed you must choose a different class(You can not use the same class if you lose with them for the match you are in).

Match Setup:
Matched players will add each others BattleTag and invite the other to a Versus match. Matches will be best of 3 Final match in both primary bracket
and losers bracket will be a Best of 5.

Requirements:
ALL players must be ready at the start of the tournament at 5pm! If there are any issue’s that end up happening upon starting let the Admin know.

ALL results must be reported to Administrator and will be reflected on Challonge
after report of win or loss (depending on the
reporting player.)

NO third-party program or any trace of scripts will be allowed. It will be considered in violation of these rules, and you will be summarily disqualified (DQ’d.)

Stoppage of Play
A player who is experiencing technical issues may call for a game restart or pause within the first 5 minutes of a game.

This includes:
hardware malfunction (monitor, peripheral, etc), physical disruption (fan interference, table or chair breakage), or mechanical issue (driver crash, app crash, OS crash etc.)
Unintentional disconnect: if the Battle.net service goes down, internet connection goes down,etc.
If a player intentionally disconnects, or leaves the match, with no spoken or given reason, the game will be considered a win for the opposite player.

Unfair Play
The use of any cheat program and/or hack.
An intentional disconnection without a proper and explicitly stated reason.
The forgiving grace is an OS crash. Refer to Stoppage of Play.
Intentionally allowing the opponent to win.
Unsportsmanlike or disruptive behavior such as inappropriate and/or unprofessional actions directed towards another player or tournament official (Administrator and lackey(s))
Using a known game bug or exploit. 
Upon discovery of any player committing any violations regarded as “unfair play,” the offending player, at the sole discretion of the tournament admin, may receive a warning, forfeit loss, or disqualification from the tournament. During the course of the event, the tournament admin may determine other actions to embody unfair play.

LAST OF ALL, JUST HAVE FUN

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