Lena LeRay's Blog
Lena LeRay is a writer for Gamasutra sister site IndieGames.com. Her day job is teaching English in Japan as a JET Program participant. She is teaching herself programming as she goes.
There's been a problem with game promotion and YouTube for a while, one that is only going to get worse if YouTube Gaming is seriously going to go forward without video descriptions.
This started as a thing about offering rebindable keys and turned into a ramble about meeting audience expectations for input options in general.
Extra Credits put Life is Strange on their educational Steam curator list, saying it'd be great for English classes. I think it would be, too, but I still don't like the game.
No really... you don't know what device/program the media are checking their email with. Or what resolution they're using. Is their window maximized? What if...
I agree that it would be nice to see sex treated better in games and AAA games in particular, but there's an oasis in the desert. Or maybe a one-night stand in a long string of lonely nights?
I'm sure there are exceptions, but as a general rule, people don't. I think it's worth thinking about why. (No spoilers, because I don't wanna spoil it either.)
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How is stretching the image ...
How is stretching the image a better solution People can tell when that happens, and I know I 'm not alone in finding that look unpleasant.
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As Wendelin Reich suggested, it ...
As Wendelin Reich suggested, it does add up if we have to do it a lot. This is a side job for me on top of a full time day job and I already take time a lot of others don 't to open EVERY email I get and watch ...
[Blog - 01/13/2015 - 01:30]
And yeah... after I wrote ...
And yeah... after I wrote this, I went through with a different world state, so I 'm pretty sure I know exactly what you 're talking about with the two slack jawed moments. Only the first one made me take a walk, but there were a couple times that I ...
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