That Waldo sure gets around. He pops up in books, magazines, TV shows, comics, and cereal boxes, posing indiscriminately in blue slacks, glasses, a red-and-white-striped beanie, and a similarly-striped shirt, always playing hard to get. In the books he writes postcards about the magical places he visits, and in the TV show you get to see him and his dog embark on adventures. He’s a cool cat, and he’s actually quite fun if you give him the chance. But in 1991 he pimped himself out to THQ under the...
via Richard Moss - 20th August, 2013
Exploring the world of freelance games journalism through a critique of Nathan Meunier's book Up Up Down Down Left Write.
via Richard Moss - 6th August, 2013
Eurogamer and Polygon had another strong month on the long-form front, as we were once again treated to a couple of dozen brilliant features. As usual, here are the 10 best—in my judgement—plus a few...
via Richard Moss - 7th July, 2013
To build up some momentum, and to grow our audience, we need some help. We’re looking to raise $25,000 on Indiegogo over the next 45 days. Here's a bit more on why.
via Richard Moss - 21st June, 2013
How The Story Mechanics's debut title The Thirty-Nine Steps moves interactive storybooks forward, and suffers growing pains in the process.
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