“I am terrible at video games,” Tomohiro Nishikado says. His admission sounds hardly unusual for a man of sixty-nine, but it’s a secret that he has kept for thirty-five years, ever since he created the classic arcade game Space Invaders, in 1978.
Gaming since text based games on a computer using a cassette tape for a hard drive.Started on consoles with intellivision still fun for simple games. Into motorcycles, pinball, card games, rpgs and other dumb stuff.
Washington Post writes: Microsoft is trying to persuade politicians to take out targeted ads on Xbox Live, Skype, MSN and other company platforms as midterm elections begin heating up around the country. Read Full Story @Washington Post Author: BRIAN FUNG
The Guardian writes: Matt Stone and his creative partner Trey Parker have spent years perfecting The Stick of Truth – the video game version of their hit adult cartoon. In an interview, Stone talks about moral choices, comic timing and censorship. Read Full Story @The Guardian Author: Keza [...]
While I tend to give most titles at least two playthroughs, very few actually make it beyond this point—let alone become games that I play for years to come. But for the ones I continue to go back to, to the point where I can’t foresee ever not wanting to play it, they become a [...]
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The world is filled with bizarre, niche simulators. Things like Farm simulator, German Truck Simulator, Bus Driver, Simulator. London Underground Simulator, Street Cleaning Simulator. Read Full Story @Lazy Gamer Author: Geoffrey Tim