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On Thomsen’s “Will Work for Fun”

So the video game world is blowing up a little bit today over Michael Thomsen‘s article for Kill Screen titled “Will Work for Fun.” To start off, I want to say that I agree with 90% of what Thomsen has … Continue reading

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Kill Screen 5: The Sound Issue

I always like to get a new issue of Kill Screen in the mail, even when the subject matter isn’t something that I am particularly interested in. The newest issue, which I am only now getting around to really looking … Continue reading

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1. New Savanna has a blog post up about The Thin Red Line, which is definitely my favorite movie. I like the point made at the bottom of the post, that the movie is not about human beings, and that … Continue reading

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On Kill Screen #4: The Public Play Issue

As you should know, I love Kill Screen Magazine. I pay a fairly high subscription cost for thoughtful magazine about video games, and I am always happy when it comes in the mail. You can see my review of issue … Continue reading

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1. This is a horrible review of Sucker Punch. So horrible that it gets two facts wrong in the first paragraph. The first is that Snyder didn’t direct Sin City–Robert Rodriguez did. Just read it. It’s pretty obvious that the … Continue reading

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1. Kill Screen’s online portion has a great article about ethics and how we deal with ethics in video games. It confirms some of the suspicions that I’ve had before about the separation of the real and the virtual. A … Continue reading

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On Kill Screen #3: The Intimacy Issue

I like Kill Screen. It is a magazine that pushes all my buttons in a lot of different ways. On face, it’s a small-sized print magazine about video games. But it’s so much more than that, at least for me. … Continue reading

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