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BAFTA 2012

Published on 18/03/2012 by in games, wtf

I’ve never really understood why British Academy of  Film and Television Arts (or NAMBLA) have a games awards show at all, but that’s a blog post for another day. The handheld category this year was a surprise. Some lovely little gems such as Magnetic Billiards and Quarrel were faced with the prospect of going toe-to-toe with Super

 
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War on Tesco

Published on 13/03/2012 by in gamedev, games

Okay, this is getting ridiculous. My local Tesco (in Musselburgh, near Edinburgh) used to have a nice long aisle devoted to video games. Now, I estimate that at least 50% of that space is devoted to pre-owned games rather than new releases. They don’t sell used books, used movies, used clothing or used electronics. Only

 
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Peter Molyneux Leaves Lionhead

Published on 07/03/2012 by in gamedev

Fifteen years since founding Lionhead, Peter Molyneux has moved on to new things. Personally, I’ve always found him to be a really inspiring guy and a great speaker. Back when I was an undergraduate in Ireland, we brought him over to give a talk. At the time he was just getting Lionhead off the ground

 
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