Devin Wilson's Blog
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Devin Wilson offers 18 weird tricks to bring about the end of "gamers". Conservative hatemongers hate him!
Devin Wilson writes about The Castle Doctrine, experimental game design tactics, violence, and the freedom to not play games.
Devin Wilson talks about the future of "games": finite games, infinite games, games, Games, non-Games, game designers, Game Designers, the game of Game Design, and the game of defining Games.
Devin Wilson sees the (apparent) failure of Sportsfriends as a larger trend in antisocial gaming, including Zynga's latest effort on Facebook, The Friend Game.
Devin Wilson is very confused by the overwhelmingly positive response to the ultraviolent Hotline Miami.
Devin Wilson takes a stand in the 'Dumb Games' debate that grew out of a couple of pieces written by Taylor Clark.
Devin Wilson's Comments
[Blog - 08/28/2014 - 07:57]
Um, Zo didn 't rape ...
Um, Zo didn 't rape or sexually assault anybody. I don 't need to draw a conclusion about Temkin 's guilt or innocence to know that you 're making extremely problematic comparisons here.
[News - 03/31/2014 - 03:37]
I 'm happy to pay ...
I 'm happy to pay for software if it 's the only way that piece of software 's developers can get money for making said software. r n r nHowever, selling copies of software is largely an absurd way to get software developers paid for their work, as the sales ...
[Blog - 02/25/2013 - 11:38]
[Feature - 02/15/2013 - 04:35]
There 's a big difference ...
There 's a big difference between extracting a lot from a text a game, in this case , and telling someone that they didn 't say review a game correctly and that they didn 't say anything of value. One broadens the discourse, the other harshly limits it.
[News - 01/30/2013 - 05:28]
Just because you play games ...
Just because you play games to pass time, doesn 't make you a gamer. You could just as easily be doing any activity in that instance. A gamer sets aside time purely to play games as an activity for it 's own enjoyment. r n r nThese non-gamers you 're ...
[Blog - 12/19/2012 - 09:05]
It s not that violent ...
It s not that violent games make us more violent though they have been shown in various studies to make us more aggressive , it s that they often foster a message of solving problems through unilateral power. r n r nThank you. r n r nIt 's not that ...