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I hope you all had wonderful weeks. I’ve been scrambling to get things in order before Christmas as time is ticking down to our trip to visit my family in Vancouver. Not to mention rushing to get my knitting projects done before dinner with Rick’s family this weekend… At least I’m getting caught up on my ABC Family soaps.
This weekend marks the start of the Xmas party circuit for us with events three nights in a row, which makes me tired just thinking about it, proving that I am, in fact, old. The rest of the time will likely be spent working, because, again, I am old.
What are y’all up to?
The games that didn’t make it to the Game Awards this year.
How Musterbrand makes surprisingly stylish video game inspired clothing for dudes.
“No sci-fi film—not even a sci-fi film set long ago—being complete without a robot and a computer, there is a gold-plated robot who walks as if his feet hurt, like a primal woman shopper, and an overweight computer who is a mixture of bald pate, traffic lights, and mailbox, and who transmits rapid information in a language that evokes Eskimo.” – From a collection of reviews of the original Star Wars.
From raster, to vexel, to pixel, Archipics makes stunning digital art.
Have any of you read Concrete Park yet? It sounds kind of amazing.
Great Game Changer interview with Ann Lemay of Bioware Montreal.
Love these tips on how to use a game for self-care/stress relief.
It’s not games that keep girls out, it’s the culture. Let’s change that.
This would make a great gift for the gamer chef on your Christmas list.
And finally, did your favourites make Gamasutra’s list of the top 10 game developers of 2015?