August 29th

August 28th, 2010 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on August 29th)

It’s time once more for This Week in Videogame Blogging, in which we take a look at some of the most interesting pieces of criticism and analysis from across the blogosphere. I’ll be taking a break from compiling TWIVGB for a few weeks, but TWIVGB will continue. These weekly posts are already a collaboration with …
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August 22nd

August 22nd, 2010 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on August 22nd)

Just a quick one this week, as my country heads to an election and I spent all day at a polling booth spruiking for a grassroots organisation unaffiliated with any party. But that’s neither here nor there; it’s time for This Week In Videogame Blogging. First up, and right from the very tail end of …
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Since last week’s instalment, Justin Keverne completed his annotated walkthrough-meets-examination-meets-deconstruction of Deus Ex’s first level – Liberty Island. Weighing in at six lengthy parts, it’s very thorough. Missed this one in the shuffle last week but it’s too brilliant to omit; Auntie Pixelante teaches us some level design lessons by way of Castlevania. After Leigh …
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August 8th

August 8th, 2010 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on August 8th)

I spent the latter third of this week recovering from an operation to remove my wisdom teeth, so if anything seems a bit off in This Week In Videogame Blogging, I’m going to blame it on the drugs. First up this week is a trifecta of posts from Game Set Watch – Zoran Iovanovici is …
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August 1st

August 1st, 2010 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on August 1st)

I missed this because I was away last week at the snow, making snowpeople and snow forts and having an all around great time: Tim Stone invents a fanciful interview with The Flight Sim Genre (yes, the genre personified) in which some telling truths and interesting things are discussed. For instance – why was the …
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