In the new issue of Arc (out May 28th) I explore why gaming is a new way to tell stories and lets us explore old ideas in new ways.
“I, the reader, am not culpable for the destiny of Romeo and Juliet simply because I turn the page. Games demand that we choose to take […]
Kotaku’s Stephan Totilo peels back the curtain a smidge:
So starts the next Portal game, this spring’s Portal 2, with dark, dark humor. In the game’s single-player campaign, estimated by a representative from the game’s development studio Valve to run six or eight hours, you are once again in control of Chell. […]
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