Kris Graft's Blog
Editor-In-Chief, Gamasutra.com. Twitter: @krisgraft
Hey readers! Iím back with another quarterly roundup of Gamasutra articles over the past quarter (July-September), as I continue my heroic efforts to excavate the best recently-published work.
I hung out with some of the developers of the InnoGames jam, a 48-hour jam hidden from the crowds of Gamescom in Germany.
Gamasutra editor-in-chief Kris Graft has an existential crisis, ponders game marketing, and admires proc-gen technology, thanks to No Man's Sky.
Hey readers! Iím back with another quarterly roundup of Gamasutra articles over the past quarter (April-June), as I continue my heroic efforts to excavate the best recently-published work.
I just want to make sure you know why you felt barfy after playing virtual reality games at E3.
Hey readers! I realize that often some of Gamasutra's best blogs and articles get buried over the course of time, so I figure it's worthwhile to start highlighting some of our best recently-published articles.
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Yeah, I 'm thinking about ...
Yeah, I 'm thinking about other nice and useful ways to package these kinds of roundups. I think of Gamasutra as a library as much as a daily news source, but finding the best stuff is still an issue for readers. Anyway, we 'll see where that goes