I can’t keep putting it off – assembling the best and brightest pieces of writing, blogging, opinion and criticism of videogames from the week is not going to happen by itself. Let’s see what we’ve got here… First up this week, Michael Abbott at The Brainy Gamer looks at the ‘Clone Wars’ currently raging on …
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May 22nd

May 22nd, 2011 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on May 22nd)

Okay it’s that time to get this week’s most interesting bits of writing all in the same room without them causing a fight – it’s time for This Week In Videogame Blogging. At the very new blog ‘The Game Saver’ the author has a hugely provocative essay this week on games/art, etc. It’s also problematic …
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Welcome to another exciting, informative, and hopefully entertaining instalment of This Week In Videogame Blogging. Before we swing into the usual routine, a few words about a certain blog post you may have read this week. Around about the time last week’s TWIVGB went live, Dan Cook wrote an inflammatory blog post called ‘A blunt …
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So a podcast that was recorded in April about a conference in March, is finally released in May. Here we have our two part GDC podcast. We asked developers, journalists, academics and critics to join us in multiple round tables to discuss the panels and the overall feel of GDC ’11. Hear us talk about …
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May 8th

May 8th, 2011 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on May 8th)

Another week, another corralling together of the week’s best words written about videogames. It’s This Week In Videogame Blogging. Mitch Dyer and his cadre of cads at the Down Write Fierce blog has lied to us all: …every review you read on DownWriteFierce in the month of April 2011 was a complete and utter sham. …
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May 1st

May 1st, 2011 | Posted by Ben Abraham in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on May 1st)

Two weeks away and I feel like it’s been a month! Thanks again to our fantastic contributors Kris and Ian, who both did a fantastic job. Also, thanks to everyone sending in recommendations via twitter and email, keep ‘em coming. Let’s get a couple of older pieces out of the way first: For the more …
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