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    Talking video game law with Paul Bruene

    The intersection between law and video games is one that’s both interesting and dynamic. It’s a fascinating crossroad of intellectual property, and unless you have attended law school you probably won’t understand all the minute details that go into it. Paul Bruene works at a large law firm in the Seattle area and while in […] More

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    R.O.B is Nintendo’s biggest mistake

    I have been playing Super Smash Bros. ever since my brother received it as a gift for his birthday in 1999. It’s a series that has grown and changed before my eyes as I’ve gone from child to adult. Some of my best memories growing up are sitting on the couch playing this franchise with […] More

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    Why Flightless is minimalistic must-play

    How can a free to play puzzle game offer a complex and emotional experience in just 20 minutes? Games are often a time investment. Take any high profile release of the year and the expectation is at least 30 hours of gameplay. That is a lot of time, and if you are like me, that’s […] More

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    Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is Niantic’s next AR game

    Niantic Labs, the developers of the infamous Pokémon Go, are creating an augmented reality game for Harry Potter. The game is titled Harry Potter: Wizards Unite and is set to launch sometime in 2018. Niantic is partnering with Warner Bros Interactive and their new sub-brand aptly titled Portkey Games. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will take […] More

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    The 3 games of IndieCade that best showcased the potential of mixed reality

    IndieCade is an international juried festival of independent games that is known as the video game industry’s Sundance. I had never been before, so I didn’t really know what to expect, but what I saw amazed me. I saw mechanical, visual and even social innovation in games of all imaginable and unimaginable ways. From Busy […] More

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    Carne y Arena is the first virtual reality experience to win an Oscar

    Alejandro G. Iñárritu is going to be given a special Oscar statuette on November 11th for his Virtual Reality installation Carne y Arena (Flesh and Sand) currently on display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The award is in the Special Achievement Award category, given for an achievement that makes an exceptional contribution […] More

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    Hearthstone’s next expansion is Kobolds and Catacombs

    Hearthstone’s next expansion is Kobolds and Catacombs as announced at BlizzCon 2017. The expansion is a return to the fantasy roots and is inspired by Dungeons & Dragons. Kobolds and Catacombs will also introduce a single player mode called dungeon rush that is the most “replayable” single player content that they have made for hearthstone […] More

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    Players can catch MewTwo in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

    Producer Shigeru Ohmori and director Kazumasa Iwao announced that the players can catch mewtwo in the upcoming Pokémon Ultra Sun and  Ultra Moon. If one reads between the lines presumably there will be other legendary Pokémon that the player will be able to catch in this world, though that information is just being hinted at. […] More

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    GOG revives multiplayer for Pandemic’s Battlefront II

    The beloved 2005 classic Star Wars Battlefront II, much like Anakin on Mustafar, is being brought back from the dead. In 2014 the multiplayer servers for the game were shut down essentially killing the game’s pc community unless players use third-party servers like Gameranger. Currently, anyone can go buy Star Wars Battlefront II for only […] More

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