In highlights from Gamasutra's Member Blogs
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Here are the top member blogs for the week:
This Week's Standout Member Blogs
- What Game Designers Can Learn From Educators; What Educators Can Learn From Game Designers
Sebastion Williams offers "A candid opinion about learning standards in video games and fun in education."
- Into the murky depths!
(J. Bronaugh Vorderkunz
J. Bronaugh Vorderkunz says, "Are you ready, kids? Grab yer divin' helmets and let's get salty! We're exploring the deeps - the narrative depth of videogames, that is...so all hands on deck!"
- The Magical barrier of "10 million copies sold".
Tim Tavernier writes: "I often use a complete arbitrary border of 10 million copies sold to show if a game (or game aspect) is moving gaming forward or not. While it is arbitrary, it also has meaning."
- Death by a thousand cuts: an analysis of combat in Final Fantasy 13.
Andre Gange gives "A quick summary of my feelings and observations on Final Fantasy XIII's
- The Standout Games of E3 2010
Xander Markham states: "This year's E3 was one dominated by casual titles, sequels and nostalgia. This article examines the few games that stood out from the crowd, offering glimpses of where the medium can go next."