videogames Archive

  • Shaun hasn't quite become the Dark Soul, but he's certainly become a Dark Souls bore. Read on to learn of his epic journey.

    The Making of a Dark Souls Bore

    Shaun hasn't quite become the Dark Soul, but he's certainly become a Dark Souls bore. Read on to learn of his epic journey.

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  • For all its posturing about how video games are art and a grown up entertainment medium, video games media doesn't half act like a big bunch of children when faced with something difficult.

    If You Want to be an Adult, Stop Acting Like a Child

    For all its posturing about how video games are art and a grown up entertainment medium, video games media doesn't half act like a big bunch of children when faced with something difficult.

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  • Mike from the Brighton film podcast You Total Cult joins us to discuss videogames that possess cinematic qualities and stand out for that reason.

    AR Podcast #9: You Arcadian Cult

    Mike from the Brighton film podcast You Total Cult joins us to discuss videogames that possess cinematic qualities and stand out for that reason.

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  • After we finished editing the XCOM special, we found there was rather a lot of material left over. This is that.

    AR Podcast #6b: The Boozey Remnants

    After we finished editing the XCOM special, we found there was rather a lot of material left over. This is that.

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  • Welcome back to the Arcadian Rhythms podcast, #5. It's a Borderlands 2 special!

    AR Podcast #5: Drop the Mic

    Welcome back to the Arcadian Rhythms podcast, #5. It's a Borderlands 2 special!

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  • Arcadian Rhythms gets hot and bothered by Max Anarchy, Uplink, Dust and THE WORLD OF TOMORROW.

    AR Podcast #4: That’s All of the Dogs Ever

    Arcadian Rhythms gets hot and bothered by Max Anarchy, Uplink, Dust and THE WORLD OF TOMORROW.

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  • AJ and Shaun get stuck into the question of whether games are really capable of portraying a life that is meaningfully unlike our own.

    Arcadian Blogs of the Round Table: January 2012

    AJ and Shaun get stuck into the question of whether games are really capable of portraying a life that is meaningfully unlike our own.

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