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The Potential Havoc Of Free 'The Sims'

Personally, I adore ‘The Sims’. It has always been a game that I could easily spend hours on — However only ever when at a friends house because to play Sims, you need to pay up and my parents refused to see why it was a worthy investment. 274 more words

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E.A Eats another developer.

In case you have not heard, EA has closed down Maxis-Emeryville, the former Will Wright commanded starship citing to IGN they are “…are consolidating Maxis IP development to our studios in Redwood Shores, Salt Lake City, Helsinki and Melbourne locations as we close our Emeryville location.” […] “Maxis continues to support and develop new experiences for current Sims and SimCity players, while expanding our franchises to new platforms and developing new cross-platform IP.” 578 more words


Expansions and the Gaming Industry: Why The Sims 2 is better than the Sims 3.

So every so often I get the urge to play The Sims. Not a big deal really, it’s a fun, easy game to get into and it doesn’t involve a lot of thinking. 1,057 more words


Everything Old Is New Again

It’s the dawn of a new age in gaming, and publishers seem to have declared all-out war against the front-line workers of the gaming industry. That’s right, the same people who are literally responsible for selling their product. 868 more words


Mobile Game: SimCity BuildIt

I’ve been meaning to share some information about Other Games with you, just in case you’ve been looking around for something to add to your game collection.  1,479 more words

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Sports Games and Remediation

Brendan Keogh wrote a wonderful article for Reverse Shot on the visual workings of FIFA ’14 and it’s really cool. As someone who plays a ton of different sports games, I’m always excited to see new critical engagements with the genre. 1,040 more words


Bored Gaming: Simpsons Tapped Out

Since we picked up cable at home, the Simpsons have been on at our house pretty well non-stop in the evenings. Playing the Sims brought up an advert for The Simpsons: Tapped Out. 175 more words