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A Video Game Education

Yes, I understood Fight Club. Both in its cult classic film form with Edward Norton and Brad Pitt and as its more cultish, original novel form by Chuck Palahniuk, its existential, angst-ridden considerations of freedom from hierarchy and finding humanity among the rubble did not elude me. However, the one lesson from it all that […]

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Some Sort Of Stigma

As video games continue to exist and be an openly available consumer-based industry, stigmas begin to form. Some already exist and apply to the world outside of the game, such as gender and age markets, platform price points, and the sobering hiring-firing cycle of traditional development, but the ones that pertain to the products themselves […]

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