2013 in Video Gaming

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2013 was an interesting year in gaming. It saw the launch of two new consoles – three if you count the Ouya1. More and more independent titles came onto the market, many of them achieving a great deal of both critical and commercial success. There were more options than ever before for gamers, and there was no possible way I could play every single release I wanted to.

But I did manage to play enough games to compile a list of my 10 favourite games of 2013, along with some honourable and dishonourable mentions. Also, since I don’t currently own a console, all games on this list are PC games. Without further ado, let’s dive in. More

Some Thoughts on Limits and Demonstrations

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This post contains spoilers for Limits and Demonstrations and Act I of Kentucky Route Zero. You’ve been warned!

I’ve always enjoyed visiting museums, wandering their halls to discover slices of history or to admire fascinating works of art. Limits and Demonstrations, a free, downloadable title released by Cardboard Computer to fill the gap between Acts I and II of Kentucky Route Zero, gave me the chance to enter a virtual museum and experience the works of fictional artist Lula Chamberlain. It’s an interesting experiment for a video game, and I have some thoughts about it after the jump. More