Tag Archives | History Of Video Games

Nailing The Fundamentals Of Halo 4

Every once in a while, a development studio will stumble across a hit. Not just one that hits certain sales numbers or is simply critically well-received, but rather they will somehow wring out from nothing a game that is socially impactful. Elements of the game will permeate gamer culture, infusing the zeitgeist with its own […]

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Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 Review (XBLA)

Game Review: Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1 Release: 10/13/10 Genre: Platformer Available Platforms: Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, WiiWare, iOS MSRP: 1200 MS Points ESRB Rating: E For Everyone Website: Blue streak speeds by. That means only one iconic video game character is on the TV. Sure, he’s had a… rather strained… history […]

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Augmented Reality: The Future Of Gaming

During the history of video games, rarely has a year gone by without someone in the industry making huge strides.  In recent years developers invited the gamer to become part of the virtual world with games like Fight Night 4, it was just a matter of time before developers found a way to bring the […]

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Digital Cowboys: Episode 122

Story and Narrative in Games / Batman: Arkham Asylum
We welcome back Daniel Floyd to the show. YouTube legend and animated lecturer Mr Floyd makes for a fantastic conversational guest, bringing his insight and clarity to the show, which this week is about the way story, script and narrative have progressed in the thirty year history […]

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