My Dearest Ysolda…
On the eve of his 30th birthday, Brian Taylor muses on adolescence, consequence and childishness in videogames.
Erika Haase discusses 2008’s Prince of Persia and why she thinks it’s the best game in the series.
The Rookie of the Year plays Temple Run for iOS – the scourge of all New York City schoolteachers.
Jenn Frank interviews game developer Jake Elliott and discusses his work, pixel art and the angst of holding one’s breath under digital water.
Down with the Suits! Gus Mastrapa thinks Tim Schafer and Double Fine have proved that there is a better way to make and sell creative work via sites like Kickstarter and Bandcamp.
Steve Haske returns to Unwinnable to discuss what can be learned from games that are, in fact, unwinnable.
Getting to know one another…
Flabbergast: Moonlight Drive continues!
Brian Bannen reviews Amazing Spider-Man #679, Uncanny X-Force #21 and The Twelve #9 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Unwinnable hires a ghostwriter courtesy of Unemployed Professors to take a whack at an academic version of Bee Tee Dee’s classic comic strip, “A Brief History of Storytelling in Videogames.”