Patrick Miller's Blog
Professional ninja. Former editor of Game Developer Magazine, current editor of leagueoflegends.com.
Former Game Developer Magazine editor-in-chief Patrick Miller takes a second to reflect on why he thinks the work we do in video games now informs lots of important stuff besides just entertainment.
Gamasutra contributing editor Patrick Miller writes about five gender-related moments from this year's E3 -- and how each moment works to create a hostile climate to women in the world's largest games industry event.
Microtransaction-driven free-to-play games often get a bad rap because many of them make players feel nickled-and-dimed at every step. Perhaps we can avoid this by looking at the real-world purchases we make that make us feel good instead of duped.
In which Game Developer magazine editor Patrick Miller opines once again on the future of games journalism -- and what we can do to futureproof our skillset as the traditional model continues to decline.
Game Developer magazine editor Patrick Miller comments on the latest Game Developer Salary Survey and the gender gap in the games industry.
Another GDC is over and done! My four top takeaways from GDC 2013.
Patrick Miller's Comments
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[Blog - 08/28/2014 - 07:57]
I really like this post, ...
I really like this post, but I felt that the section about eSports and competitive games was rather dismissive. Sports -- of the athletic variety -- can be an incredibly powerful venue for political change as well, and I believe that eSports have every opportunity to do the same. Yes, ...
[News - 07/23/2014 - 05:11]
There is actually a separate ...
There is actually a separate report option for Unskilled Player it 's not tied to bans/penalties and just exists to give Riot feedback on matchmaking.
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[Blog - 01/14/2014 - 06:38]
I think it takes multiple ...
I think it takes multiple points of engagement. One movie or game that discusses gender/sexuality/race etc critically is easy to ignore a dozen less so, and so on. Eventually, you 'll find one which resonates and makes you think.