Monthly Archives: December 2011

For the N64 kid in all of us — Recapturing our youthful enthusiasm

Christmas is something that loses it’s lustre the older you get. As a kid, you count the days until Santa’s visit, using a complex method of determining what each item under the tree is, and pretending not to notice where … Continue reading

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War Games — When gaming becomes PR for a paramilitary group

The 24-hour news networks frequently accuse video games of glamorizing war, especially where children are concerned. And 99% of the time, the claim is baseless. Oftentimes when violent video games are accused of corrupting youth, someone has been shot, and … Continue reading

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Sequelitis — Creativity is dead! Long live creativity!

This is a repost from a blog I wrote for Bitmob which was featured on the main page! To paraphrase a line from The Jerk, “Things are going to start happening to me now!” It’s another in a series of … Continue reading

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