Blogs of the Round Table

May 2013 – ‘One With Nature’

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There’s a slight change to the format for Blogs of the Round Table: this month, we’ll be extending the submission process over May and June as I’ll be on holiday in June. Somewhat appropriately since I’ll be sunning it up in the…

April 2013 Roundup

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Every month, I read the old BoRT roundup before I write the new one – partly to use the same template, partly so I don’t use the same jokes. Last month I wrote about Easter eggs, but I am still eating those…

April 2013 – ‘VINPCs’

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It’s April! Many videogame fans are on a post-PAX or GDC comedown: I’m recovering from watching the entire Indiana Jones saga over the Easter weekend. Will this be the month when Blogs of the Round Table nukes the fridge? It’s Critical Distance‘s…

March 2013 Roundup

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I have taken a break from stuffing my face with Easter eggs to bring you this month’s Blogs of the Round Table roundup. Actually, that’s not true: I have a white chocolate Lindor hanging out of my mouth by the wrapper. Rather…

February Roundup

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I’ve been staring at a blank flashing cursor for the past five minutes. I have no idea what to write. Luckily lots of other people knew what to write, so I can just describe their work instead. It’s Blogs of the Round…

January Roundup

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This month’s Blogs of the Round Table received the biggest response ever: a cavalcade of contributions so intimidating, I can feel my wrists hurting in mere anticipation of the impending writeup. “Don’t do it Alan”, the sentient tendons whisper, but that would…

January 2013 – ‘Challenge’

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It’s 2013! A new year and a time for resolutions, and I’m not talking about ‘1080p’ here. New Year’s Resolutions can be fun and inspiring, but there’s a balance between setting a formidable challenge and an unrealistic goal. Videogame players are no…

November Roundup

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It’s winter! Or at least, it is where I am. As we enter one of the coldest winters in British history (according the hyperbolic mainstream media), it’s hard to think our southern hemispheric friends will be enjoying the sunshine and not lamenting…