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This Week's Standout Member Blogs
A boy's escape...
Designer Marcus Montgomery explains how Minority's PSN game Papo & Yo
shows the mainstream that not every game has to be some young boy's escapist power fantasy.
Why 'the slow burn' of Telltale's The Walking Dead works
Matt McLean examines Telltale's The Walking Dead
's tense interactive storytelling, and why it works.
What Is 'the game experience'?
As game developers, we create games. But what else do we create? Douglas Lynn asks, "How can the overall concept of the 'game experience' help us to define titles we might not normally refer to as games?"
Theme is everything!
Adriaan Jansen looks at how theme plays a role in the creation of a game?
Top offensive comments from Steam Greenlight (contains swearing)
Jeff Murray has compiled a list of the top worst comments for games on Steam Greenlight. Not only are indie devs having a hard time getting seen on Greenlight, they're taking an absolute bashing from the community.