This Week in Videogame Blogging

March 20th

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Sunday is for pulling oneself together and pretending to be a genuine chronicler of the latest and greatest pieces of videogame writing, blogging and criticism. It’s also for celebrating the 50th Birthday of the woman who mysteriously decided that giving birth to…

March 13th

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I’m back from San Francisco and the Game Developers Conference (where I had a blast and, incidentally, got to meet some of you fine readers. Thanks to everyone who came up and said hi!) so it must be time to catch up…

March 6th

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GDC is over and Ben is recovering from a hangover [Oh god I have no sense of balance – Ed.] so I’m picking this up for one more week. This is my actual one-year anniversary for starting to write TWIVGB. Since Dragon Age…

February 27th

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Last year I took over the reins of TWIVGB when Ben went gallivanting off to GDC; now a year later (holy shit it’s been a year), I’m doing the same. So here’s This Week in Videogame Blogging. Before leaving us Ben Abraham…

February 20th

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It’s that time again – time to fight the urge to crawl under a rock to escape death rays from the sun while compiling a list of the more interesting pieces of writing, blogging and criticism from around the web. It could…

February 13th

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Another week, and another attempt at corralling the week’s most interesting and engaging writing, blogging and criticism of videogames into one place. First up: Duncan Fyfe’s ‘Bad Dreams’ at Life Starts Here. In his latest short story, Fyfe touches on the perennial…

February 6th

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Another week, another agglomeration of the week’s best blogging, writing and criticism of videogame from around the blogosphere. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the week’s big story, so I’ll get it out of the way first, and boy does it…

January 30th

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It’s that time of the week again, which means that I’d better get in quick and rustle up another list of the week’s best writing, blogging and criticism of videogames. One of the more interesting pieces I read this week was Paul…

January 23rd

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Another busy week for videogame blogging (when is it ever not?) so we’ve got a nice haul here for your reading pleasure. First up, Jaime Griesemer of Bungie has started writing about design, and largely multiplayer design: initially its drafts for larger…

January 16th

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Ashelia writing for her new tumblr muses on why she works in the game industry, and about why games leave such an important mark on the player: It’s about the experience, not the game. Your favorite game may not be mine, but…