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GUEST FEATURE - Interactive Drama: Wasted Potential

By Patrick Dodd – Guest Writer

Due to the Supreme Court decision in 2011 designating games as free speech protected by the First Amendment, video games are now elevated to the same status as other art such as music and movies. 3,626 more words

Life is Strange Episode 5: Polarized Review - The illusion of choice?

Coming in late? Be sure to check out my spoiler-free reviews of Episode 1Episode 2Episode 3 and Episode 4.

Life is Strange’s five part episodic series began life back in January and the last episode was released nearly three months ago. 818 more words

PlayStation 3

Life is Strange: Episode 1: Chrysalis (Review)

For years, Telltale has been the only name associated with quality (yet incredibly buggy) episodic gaming, but we’re delighted to see some new blood enter the blossoming genre. 1,177 more words

PlayStation 3

Life Is Strange - Episode 1: "Chrysalis" Review

In Life Is Strange, you take control of shy teenager Max, who just recently arrived in her hometown of Arcadia Bay to study photography at the Blackwell Academy. 676 more words


Kohtalo ja yksilönvapaus videopeleissä

”Imagine Shakespeare having to write Hamlet without being in control of all the characters!”

Marie-Laure Ryan

Tarinallisuus vastaan vuorovaikutteisuus

Noin vuosi sitten sain käsiini lehden joka tulisi olemaan yksi tämän blogin alkusysäyksistä. 729 more words


In which I talk about the interactive drama, Trylife.  www.trylife.tv


Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review

Despair. That is the main theme at Hope’s Peak Academy. Fifteen students are trapped in a school for the rest of their life, unless they murder one of their classmates. 1,418 more words

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