July 29th

July 29th, 2012 | Posted by Kris Ligman in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on July 29th)

Dog days may or may not be over, but the waiting is! It’s time for This Week in Videogame Blogging! Let’s set the tone right out the gate. Amanda Lange is settling the debate here and now on whether the thing you’re playing is a game. Hint: it is. Last week, Raph Koster and Anna …
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July 22nd

July 22nd, 2012 | Posted by Kris Ligman in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on July 22nd)

I don’t mean to alarm you, but it’s time for This Week in Video Game Blogging. First up for the week, Ian Bogost has reprinted his centennial retrospective on the life and work of Alan Turing. On a more personal note, Medium Difficulty ran Walter Garrett Mitchell quite touching and thoughtful eulogy for journalist, LGBT …
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July 15th

July 15th, 2012 | Posted by Eric Swain in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on July 15th)

Another week for us to present the best in game writing from around the web, another This Week In Video Game Blogging. First, earlier this month we have the release of the 7th issue of Ctrl Alt Defeat magazine. Of particular interest is Brendan Keogh’s piece on video games as comfort foods and our own …
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July 9th

July 9th, 2012 | Posted by Ian Miles Cheong in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on July 9th)

We’re late. We know. Needless to say, the hamsters had to work overtime to get this late edition of This Week in Videogame Blogging to the printers. If you’ll excuse our tardiness, you’re in store for a great deal of reading ahead of you, so get comfortable and press on. We’ll kick off this edition …
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July 1st

July 1st, 2012 | Posted by Kris Ligman in This Week in Videogame Blogging: - (Comments Off on July 1st)

Welcome to This Week in Videogame Blogging! It’s almost my birthday! I can’t wait anymore, so let’s see what you all got me. The first gift is from Chris Person, who brings us The Cosmology of Kyoto, the game Roger Ebert loved. This is notable somehow, although it’s my personal policy to just ignore the …
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