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Jun 24 2014
polygondotcom:

The most interesting games on the E3 show floor weren’t about shooting
Despite E3’s reputation as the biggest, loudest, guns-blazingest show around, the games I spent the most time with — and didn’t stop hearing about — were the ones with hardly a gun in sight. I started counting them off: Alien: Isolation, Mario Maker, Never Alone, No Man’s Sky, Costume Quest 2 and Splatoon. The list went on.
There’s nothing wrong with violent games, or games that feature guns as their lead method of player interaction. This isn’t meant to be an indictment of any of those titles, all of which consistently prove to be some of the best-selling games of the year. This is a celebration of the games that don’t fit that mold, and how they help create an industry that’s more interesting as a whole.
(Link to the full story)

polygondotcom:

The most interesting games on the E3 show floor weren’t about shooting

Despite E3’s reputation as the biggest, loudest, guns-blazingest show around, the games I spent the most time with — and didn’t stop hearing about — were the ones with hardly a gun in sight. I started counting them off: Alien: Isolation, Mario Maker, Never Alone, No Man’s Sky, Costume Quest 2 and Splatoon. The list went on.

There’s nothing wrong with violent games, or games that feature guns as their lead method of player interaction. This isn’t meant to be an indictment of any of those titles, all of which consistently prove to be some of the best-selling games of the year. This is a celebration of the games that don’t fit that mold, and how they help create an industry that’s more interesting as a whole.

(Link to the full story)

via polygondotcom
Jun 24 2014

babeobaggins:

this might be the funniest vine

(Source: andrewbelami)

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