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Posts tagged “poetry”

Feature: "If I say I made a game I get READ"

A Story About A Story About Stories

The Kiss creator and poet Dan Waber wrote to me and Porpentine with a very personal story about how the games community, specifically the Twine community and RPS readers, have embraced him more forcefully than the literature community has. I was quite moved by his candour in talking about his newest readers, and I asked him if I could publish his letter here. He said…

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Hey Stampede, How About Some Poems: Coin Opera 2

If you choose to spend your time reading RPS, you've surely noticed that the site is made of words. There are pictures too, but if you visit here just to look at them, you're missing the point. Hopefully you enjoy the words and chances are you probably enjoy games as well, and that means you may well be the target audience for a book of…

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Hands On (Heart): Dark Souls

Mr Florence, known for his mild verse, has been playing Dark Souls on the console boxes, and wants to convey that experience to you now. Hi. Rab Florence here. Dark Souls is coming to PC, and so I must talk to you about it. I think that the game is one of the most important designs of the past decade. I'm so glad you're all…

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Player Verses Player: Coin Opera

As those who listened the last Quinns/Me podcast will know, before Chrimble I attended a poetry "thing" where people read from Sidekick Books' new pocket-anthology of videogame-inspired poetry. The reading was a fine thing, and the object itself is plain lovely, with people using a variety of experiences with games to illuminate and/or make gags. And it's available now! To quote from the site's blurb:…

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