Flappy Bird — it's sad to FIFA Coins see Dong Nguyen pull the plug on his game, regardless of criticism. Whether or not he will actually go through with it is still yet to be seen, but it appears the legacy of the bird that flaps will come to an end almost as fast as it burst onto the scene.Have you played Flappy Bird? What do you think? Does it deserve the backlash it received? Dong NguyenTwitter 'The Last of Us' Dominates 2014 D.I.C.E. Awards. At the 17th Annual D.I.C.E.


members of the games industry gathered in glitzy Las Vegas to Dofus Kamas  recognize the achievements of their own. The awards show was not without its fair share of unexpected winners, but ultimately the big award winner(s) came as no surprise.As expected, The Last of Us dominated the D.I.C.E. Awards, snagging 10 trophies in total. Considering the game was nominated for 13 categories (out of a possible 24), most expected Naughty Dog's latest to be well


, but few saw it winning this many awards.Other titles that took home awards included The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for 'Handheld Game of the Year,' Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons for 'Downloadable Game of the Year,' and Grand Theft Auto 5 for 'Outstanding Achievement in Gameplay Engineering.' Although the night truly belonged to The Last of Us, there were plenty of other stellar 2014 releases honored throughout the ceremony. A Tale of RedemptionRole-Playing/Massively Multiplayer Game of the Year Diablo 3-Dota 2-Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen-Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch-pokaomon X and YTwo of the more peculiar winners out of the bunch were Diablo 3 for 'Role-Playing/MMO Game of the Year' and World of Tanks for 'Online Game of the Year.'


Diablo 3's case, the competition wasn't exactly stiff, but it's hard to consider a game one of the best if it was impossible to play it at launch.For World of Tanks, the win isn't so much a question of did it deserve it — all of Wargaming's titles have large and devoted communities — but whether or not it should have been nominated for this year's awards. World of Tanks has been available to the public since 2011 here in North America, and its Xbox 360 Edition doesn't hit until next year. Still, it is the most original online experience out of the nominees, but it may not necessarily be the best. Had Battlefield 4's launch not been a total mess, it likely would have won.Like last year's awards, which honored titles like Journey and The Walking Dead, this year's D.I.C.E. Awards favored the games that to https://www.mmogo.com/