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The Sunday Papers

Sundays are for football, whether watching it or controlling it in the Football Manager 2016 beta. Before the pitch claims us, let’s round up the week’s best games writing.

The Sunday Papers

Sundays are for gathering the week’s best videogame writing into a post for you to peruse. What else?

  • Robert Yang writes about The Beginner’s Guide from the perspective of someone who, like TBG’s fictional author, was making Source engine maps circa 2008-2011. He finds many interesting things among the logic and level geometry.
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    The Sunday Papers

    Sundays are for doing a quick spot of gardening, if the weather permits, or building prisons in Prison Architect if it doesn’t. Sun or hail though, you can always count on a round-up of the week’s best (mostly) games writing.

  • This is a fabulous piece of writing. Over at Shut Up & Sit Down, Brendan Caldwell writes about ‘dumb games’ – games fueled by aggression that children play – and how they stretch towards adulthood.
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    The Sunday Papers

    Sundays are for watching football, running errands, and trying to catch your breath after a hectic week. Maybe reading some of the week’s best games writing will help. Thanks to A Person On The Internet who provided basically all of this week’s links.

    The Sunday Papers

    Sundays are for recovering after another Saturday wedding. Before we slip into another long Phantom Pain session, best spend a couple of hours rounding up the week’s best words about games from around the internet.

    The Sunday Papers

    Sundays are for cutting hedges and playing The Phantom Pain, so we’d better quickly round-up the week’s best games writing so we have the maximum amount of time available for tactical espionage action.

  • I like YouTube and think there are a great many talented YouTubers and I watch many of them. But this event in London, called Legends of Gaming, sounds horrible. An event at which children could see some of their favourite YouTubers play games, organised by Endemol, Game, and a meat supplier.
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