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This Week's Standout Member Blogs
Maintaining Double The Passion As A Double Developer
It's hard enough to find the time to be a double developer and work on two separate projects; it's even harder to stay passionate about both and make sure you're doing a good job that you can be proud of. This post examines how Ryan Vandenduck tried to do just that
Building An Indie Studio In An Unlikely Place
A few months ago, Sergio Rosa and his team opened one of the first indie game development studios in El Salvador, Latin America. In this first article from a planned series, he discusses how the studio is coming along.
They Changed the Dining Room: Dragon Age II Analysis
Seeking to confront a host of misgivings she had about Dragon Age II
, Rebecca Phoa tracks various discussions about the RPG and finds the only way to solve her problems was to finally play it. Warning: Spoilers!
Searching for the Humanity in Human Revolution
Will Ooi presents an appraisal of the personality psychology in Eidos Monstreal's RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution
, and tries to get the game's hero Adam Jensen to open up. Spoilers here, too!
Players Who Suit Social Games: Identifying, Analyzing, Expanding, and Progressing
By taking a look at recent social game statistics, editorial opinion pieces, and Richard Bartle's classic "Players Who Suit MUDS," Robert Meyer searches for ways social games can expand and evolve into more meaningful experiences for a wider range of players.