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BY A.A. BENJAMIN I might be digitally illiterate. I’ve already admitted that my values of perseverance in video games is shamefully low. The mobile Zork app has kicked my butt. Trying to play this new age Zork has given me a new appreciation for the gamers of old. After watching King of Kong, reading Ready […] Continue reading
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A. A. BENJAMIN I’ve noticed a trend in the different mediums I’ve come in contact with lately. What is the cultural significance of this eye and why do we fear it? It drives us instinctively to hide even when it has not been explained—game, movie or otherwise—why we should hide in the first place. […] Continue reading
By A.A. BENJAMIN Braid seems like it was made by some guy who was slighted by love and needed a place to vent. And…I like that. The idea of a forgiving game creates a zone of warmth and comfort that propels game exploration. Braid is an escape and an innovative game style that has the […] Continue reading