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Gaming on the Rocks Ep. 51 – Broken Girls, True Detective and Censorship

In this episode of Gaming on the Rocks we look back at this year’s Golden Globes, discuss the season premier of HBO’s “Girls” and the

January 25, 2014 Games, Gaming On The Rocks, Podcasts

Gaming on the Rocks 19 – Second Screens, Nintendo Adrift, and Veronica Mars

Do second screens really make playing video games and watching television that much better? And if not, how is Nintendo going to keep the Wii


Gaming on the Rocks: Episode 3

Welcome, welcome to another episode of Gaming on the Rocks. We have an eclectic episode this week discussing the new indie film The Comedy, which


Crowd-sourced Data and Contemporary Games (part 3)

You make games fun; they make fun games. Cognitive surplus enables new approaches to games, used by both gamers and developers to change our relationship with

April 30, 2012 Editorials, Games

Double Fine Closes Their Kickstarter Campaign at $3.5 Million

This morning, I had started writing that Double Fine made $3 million when they were still at $2.7 million. I’m infamous for jinxing things, so

March 13, 2012 Games, News, PC/Mac

Double Fine Fundraises Almost 2 Million Dollars

At the end of last week, Double Fine Games started fundraising for an adventure title; no publisher was willing to help the popular quirky game developer.

February 15, 2012 Games, News
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