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Paul Marzagalli's Blog

 

Paul Marzagalli is on the Board of Advisors of NAVGTR (National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers), promoting recognition for the industry since 2001.  You can follow him on Twitter @phimseto.  

 

Paul Marzagalli's Comments

Comment In: [News - 03/05/2015 - 08:04]

Yep. Networking aside, I was ...

Yep. Networking aside, I was alright with missing GDC until this was announced. And then I was all awww

Comment In: [News - 03/05/2015 - 07:51]

I actually just gave Civ: ...

I actually just gave Civ: Beyond Earth a serious try this past weekend. I definitely didn 't connect with it the same way that I did with Alpha Centauri, and I 'm not sure why that is. I only did one playthrough - and an unfinished one b/c the game ...

Comment In: [Blog - 01/13/2015 - 07:48]

A great piece for what ...

A great piece for what is easily one of my favorite games of the past few years. You should talk with Mike Mika at Other Ocean and Rami Ismael at Vlambeer. They are two devs whose most recent games IDARB and Nuclear throne, respectively were developed with a heavily integrated ...

Comment In: [News - 11/14/2014 - 05:18]

No, it is a fairly ...

No, it is a fairly horrible idea. Government advocacy for something in games is no better than government advocacy against something in games. It is to be avoided entirely. Food isn 't an art/entertainment form like video games. You 've just laid out precisely why this is a terrible course ...

Comment In: [News - 09/05/2014 - 07:16]

It was Adventure Construction Set ...

It was Adventure Construction Set and those pages of code in Compute 's Gazette back in the mid 1980s that got me making games and thinking about doing it for living. It was a combination of turning 30 and making games for my friends in RPG Maker 2003 that got ...

Comment In: [Blog - 08/22/2014 - 10:24]

It 's a problem in ...

It 's a problem in many industries. As noted, expectations that a more experienced/older candidate would command a greater salary is the cause of many closed doors.