‘Blood, Sweat, And Pixels’

Read the fascinating review of ‘Blood, Sweat, and Pixels’ a book about the triumphant, turbulent stories behind how Video Games are made as told by Jason Schreier (editor at Kotaku). — October 17, 2017 Success is dull; failure is fascinating. Stories of marvelous achievement may earn our admiration, but they tend to follow the same trajectory, hitting all the same pious

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Put Down the Controller: Five Novels About Video Games

The ways that books and video games can tell us stories aren’t as different as we used to think. Both require intense concentration and thoughtful interaction, albeit in a variety of ways. Both also insist upon our willingness to escape from the workaday world to step into one built word by word or bit by bit by somebody else. —

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