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  • Blog Post: How Being A Gamer Have Helped Me As A Language Student

    One of my hardest decisions in life so far deciding what I wanted to study will never be forgotten. My brothers were amazed by my English knowledge for a teenager who hadn't taken courses of it and with only video games to justify my level with the language. Everything wasn't that pretty however...
  • Blog Post: Having A Great Time Playing Video Games While Commuting To College

    Last month I began college again after a 4 month strike, and while my gaming sessions are compromised, they are not forgotten. My 3DS arrived in time and playing on the go has been a great advantage of owning a handheld. Before having the opportunity to play on smaller systems my commute times were based...
  • Blog Post: My Thoughts On Gaming

    Being another industry like movies and music, video games have been making their way into our lives, with ups and downs in the process. As new consoles get released, games push the borders of imagination, creativity and innovation that we love to see and play, they are also being recorded for future...
  • Blog Post: Community Writing Challenge: Traveling Gaming Worlds

    Games offer us the posiblity to travel far and wide through their diverse overworlds, and whether linear or open world, long stages to short ones, what lies in there can easily makes us feel like if we were inside the game. We saw worlds only from above thanks to top-down view games. We also saw how...
  • Blog Post: Community Writing Challenge: How gaming has changed me!

    Here's a little of my gaming 101 for you. I was raised on a Nintendo NES in the 80's and 90's until my father thought it was destructive to my siblings and my school work. (The truth is, HE was too distracted from his job playing Golf and Legend of Zelda.... I'm onto you dad.) I then...
  • Forum Post: Empire TV Tycoon Review - Gamers C.R. Noticias y Review

    One does not simply walk into Mordor! TV Tycoon Empire Analysis Posted on October 20, 2015 by vichilino One does not simply walk into Mordor! TV Tycoon Empire Analysis - By Adrian Velez Salas from gamertico.com, October 19th, 2015. A simulator as few, making the once boring simulated negotiations, now...
  • Forum Post: As game technology advances, graphics seem to be regressing. Have we reached a budgetary tipping point in Video Games?

    Over the last few months, I've noticed that my copies of Game Informer are often filled with previews and reviews for indie games. Not that there's anything wrong with indie games; they're a bastion for creativity, a way to vent the quirky ideas a big-budget title may not be willing to take...
  • Forum Post: War of Rights - an FPS for Civil War Fans

    Hello all, My name is GeorgeCrecy, I am the historical adviser for the Danish gaming company known as Campfire Games. We are currently producing a game about the American Civil War, called... This as-yet unreleased and in-progress game is based around the battles of the Maryland Campaign of 1862, which...
  • Forum Post: Participate in a research study looking into people’s experience of playing GTA IV

    My name is Daniel Johnson and I’m the Director of the Games Research and Interaction Design Lab (CHI discipline) at QUT. I’m conducting research into people’s experience of video games. If you’d like to help me in this study I’m looking for people over 15 years of age ,...
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