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This Week's Standout Member Blogs
- The History And Meaning Behind The 'Stealth Genre'
There has been an evident evolution in the stealth genre, argues Muhammad Al-kaisy, and today we see that more and more developers have started to incorporate stealth elements into gameplay.
- Finally – The End Of Splitscreen Gaming?
Christoph Kaindel looks at why the "Playstation Monitor" Sony revealed at E3 may just prove to be revolutionary in its use of 3D technology to render splitscreen gaming obsolete.
- Nintendo's Wii U And Healing Hurt Feelings
As Nintendo announced its successor to the Wii last week, Ben Sullivan notes that the rest of the gaming industry responded with a collective shrug and showed off a multitude of trilogy-ending games.
- Getting Press For Your Game
Peter Kjaer's studio just submitted its first game for review, and now it's trying to get some press for the title. Here, he shares why getting that press has been more complicated than you would think.
- More Than Design (Part 1: Art)
What should designers know about visual arts as they work to build game experiences? In the first chapter of a planned continuing series, Douglas Lynn attempt to investigate this question.