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3 w 1: „The Cat Lady”, „Jazzpunk” i „The Vanishing of Ethan Carter”

Od kilku miesięcy (jeszcze bardziej niż wcześniej) nie cierpię na nadmiar wolnego czasu, dlatego kiedy już znajdę chwilę na granie, to staram się aby nie był to czas zmarnowany. 416 more words

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REVIEW: Writing Tool "Elegy for a Dead World"

I had to create an entirely new category for this review, which is extremely exciting!

I’ve been a gamer since the early 90s, when my coordination was just enough that I could yield an orange and gray plastic gun and shoot 8bit ducks flying around on the TV screen. 558 more words

Writing

The Many Moods of Movie and Video Game Music: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a series. If you haven’t already, you can read Part 1 here: http://scummandeville.wordpress.com/2014/10/27/the-many-moods-of-movie-and-video-game-music-part-1/

Hobbyists who get wrapped up in films, music or games often set themselves funny, idiosyncratic little projects such as reorganising one’s collection into alphabetical order or writing favourites lists. 958 more words

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Playing Pretend: Thoughts On "Dear Esther" and other Walking Simulators

I was halfway through the haunting storyline of Dear Esther when a curious thought swam its way through my skull:

“Should Bioshock Infinite have had less fighting?” 992 more words

Video Games

Review: The Old City: Leviathan (PC)

I’m sick of all these so-called “walking simulators” bombarding me with too much action. I want walking. I’ll open a door or two if I have to, as long as it gets me back to the walking. 828 more words

Video Games!

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

Christ have I been playing a lot of so-called “walking simulators” lately. I honestly didn’t expect The Vanishing of Ethan Carter to turn out like one but that’s the pseudo genre it ended up fitting best. 860 more words

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A New Kind of Gaming

Okay, let me preface this by saying that I am in no way a “hardcore gamer”. I don’t even own a console, except for a PS2 that I literally never use. 1,287 more words

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