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This Week's Standout Member Blogs
- The '5 For 5 Indie Game Bundle' Postmortem
Lunar Workshop's Jorge Rodriguez examines what went right and wrong with last month's "5 for 5 Indie Games Bundle", alternatively known as the "Buy Games Not Socks Bundle."
- Tonight the Stars Revolt - Notes on an EVE Scandal
Jami Brewer presents a discussion of the Great Microtransaction Revolt in EVE Online
, why it matters to the rest of us, and why EVE
and its players aren't quite like any others.
- On Games and Change
On the heels of G4C, Alan Arias shares thoughts and concerns on the power of gaming as both a medium and high-tech industry to unite communities and mitigate the less favorable effects of capitalism.
- My Experience as an IGDA E3 Scholar
In this write-up, Heather Decker provides a thorough documentation of her International Game Developers Association E3 Scholar experience, complete with tips for future E3 Scholars.
- The Melancholy of Bayonetta
PixelStorm's Christopher Enderle argues that beneath Bayonetta
's glamorous veneer, the aciton title's gameplay feels dated. With Platinum Games' pedigree, why did Bayonetta