On June 10, prior to E3 2016, we published an essay titled “At A Crossroads: The Home Console.” The essay was based off of rumors and conjecture, anticipating what Sony..
Not many people are aware that Michigan is a state comprised of an upper and lower peninsula. I’m from the former – an expanse of land that often gets mistaken..
I have this irrational fear that some pieces of art will be lost forever, completely forgotten and left unappreciated. The idea that there will come a time when no one..
During my college years, I had a professor who taught film theory courses. He shared many fascinating stories about the importance film played in his life growing up in a..
On a recent lazy Sunday, I stumbled out of the bedroom and into my living room to find my wife watching a TV show. Not a significant event, but when..
To say Fallout 4 is a complicated game is an understatement. There’s an overwhelming amount to take in, both from a content perspective and changes to the gameplay and RPG..
343 Industries will always face an uphill battle. The developer knew this when they took over the Halo franchise from creators Bungie. They knew that they would not only be..
Earlier this year, I argued for a very player-centric approach to game design, asking developers to let players break their games. I encouraged developers to make, essentially, sandboxes with rules..
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