It's been a few days since we left 2013 behind to welcome 2014 and the team is slowly getting back to work. We may be a little late to wish you a happy new year, full of incredible games and Gamersyde quality videos, but we've all been busy with Christmas so I'm sure you'll understand. 2013 was pretty incredible on the website content-wise, with quite an impressive number of homemade videos (many of which were unfortunately lost not long ago...). All we can hope for this year is that it will be just as good. It will clearly be more difficult though, as we really have no money left in the bank and there's a good chance we won't be able to cover E3 and the other events as in the previous years. That being said, you know us, we'll do our best as usual. As we couldn't find the time to post our December recap earlier, it is included in this news article, just in case you missed something. You can also find all the links to the 11 other months of 2013. It is amazing what we've managed to pull off in the past 12 months with such a small team and limited resources. Again, thank you all for your support, 10 years of -yde already, it is definitely something to be happy for.
@Sdarts: you should google meta studies for anti-depressants. Or talk to some honest psychiatrists. The efficacy of those products is almost the same as the placebo. (3 Hours ago)
fuckin' psn, what a shit service, always down ith some maintance. (4 Hours ago)
Which makes it even worse for those afflicted. And most either never get the treatment they need, or get it too late in life to make any real difference. (9 Hours ago)
But like you've said, most people think it's just an attitude/behaviour problem. Specially family members, who are the ones most close to the person afflicted and do nothing but criticize. (9 Hours ago)
Of all the patients with depression that take drugs for treatment, 80% live a "normal" life. It's only the 20% left that are "incurable" by today's medicine. (9 Hours ago)
What is Major Depression? The Signs, Symptoms & Treatment: [url] (9 Hours ago)
@droezelke: "The National Institute of Health has noted that approximately 80% of patients who seek treatment for major depression show improvement within four to six weeks." (9 Hours ago)