Friday, October 21, 2005

Video Game News, October 21, 2005

Giving video games a second chance at life: Online services hope game fans will want to play them again
by Mike Musgrove, The Washington Post 10/21/05
"It's a part of modern lore that the video-game industry makes more money than Hollywood —but, alas, it really is just lore."

Playing video games all day can be hard work
by David Sheets, St. Louis Post-Dispatch 10/21/2005
"The typical office workspace is about five feet wide. Christopher Baynes’ workspace is about five inches long."

The Art and Craft of Game Writing - 1st Annual Game Writers Conference
by nForcer, NFHQ 10/20/05
"Does story matter in video games?"

Video Games Are Not the Devil
by Ryan Briomser, it! 10/20/05
"Jack Thompson has become a household name for anyone who follows news in the video game world."

1 comment:

Wong Online PoKér Hu said...

Thanks for those game news tidbits. I think initially, the fun in the games attracts the players, but a story does matter, eventually, in a game.