Streaming the Past: One More Turn 8

July 16, 2018By Dr. RandomBlog Posts, Streaming the Past
Watch Episode 8 of the VALUE  "One More Turn" series, in which Dr. Random and Ymir play Civilization VI and discuss the game and its relation to world history, as well as anything else that comes to mind really. Trigger warning for academics talking, punning, “strategizing”, and spouting left-leaning opinions. Episode 8: A Revolution Without [...]

Field Report – Leaky Valve Spills a Deluge of Data.

July 9, 2018By Bram van den HoutBlog Posts
Valve accidentally gives us an unique and accurate look at Steam numbers. [Office building, interior] A lone game developer/journalist/gaming enthusiast/researcher sits at their desk. Protagonist "Ugh, why can't I get more reliable data! I need to know how many people are playing 'Roman Legionnaire Battle Royal' so I can read the market/write this article/argue with [...]

Games We Dig – God of War

June 27, 2018By JaromirrGames We Dig
Boy. It’s been a while hasn’t it, since my last Games We Dig. In the meantime we have gotten a brand new, swank looking website from our God Of Java Megalithic, RoMeincraft has grown beyond anything we could have ever imagined, and soon it’s already time for TIPC2. A lot has happened, quite some time [...]

Field Reports #37: Herald

June 21, 2018By Bram van den HoutField Reports
What better news to kick off our new-fangled Field Reports with than news about Herald, the Dutch game about colonialism and identity in the 18th century. Roy van der Schilden of Wispfire talked about the development of Herald during our Interactive Pasts Conference in 2016, and the second part of the game is now available [...]

Hear ye hear ye! Field Reports new and improved!

June 20, 2018By Bram van den HoutField Reports
Oh hello! It's been a while, hasn't it? So apparently writing a Field Reports every two weeks AND combining work and other activities is sliiiiightly too much to handle. I got behind on writing the Field Report, then more and more articles piled on, then something came up, then another thing, and before you know [...]