Vox Pop June & July 2013
Posted on Wednesday, July 10 @ 17:13:19 Eastern by Nicholas Tan
We missed last month's Vox Pop so we've got some catchin' up to do. So let's not skip a beat. Here are two month's worth of great articles by the GameRevolution community.
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Winner (July 2013): Starling
Title: E3: PC or rather about the lack of it
Excerpt: "E3 2013 has been very silent for me. There's tons of media, but most of it buzzes past my ears without them catching the important keyword that my ears are fine tuned to receive: 'PC' or 'Personal Computer'."
Winner (June 2013): Bras
Title: On the future of some gamers
Excerpt: "It was only after spending some time on Google and its search result that I found the answer to my problem: My account has a Canadian address, and these cards are from USA, so I cannot use them. I ended up creating a new account with an address from USA in order to be able to activate them."
Staff Blog: Kevin Schaller
Title: Arcades Are Still Dead
Excerpt: "Most arcades are outright dead nowadays, but even so, walking through this dirty, smelly, disintegrating place makes me think of what an ancient of the faithful might think of their crumbled, barely-standing place of worship today."
Title: Is In InXile Crowdsourcing or Outsourcing?
Excerpt: "While it is clear that InXile is not pursuing malicious intent here, the fact does remain that professional artists will be left out in the cold in creating these assets, and possibly finding a job."
Title: Seeing the Love: My Time at Video Game Fan Fest
Excerpt: "For those who never heard of it, I don’t blame you. Video Game Fan Fest is an upstart convention that is looking to grow into something different than the standard con atmosphere, only in existence for the past six months."
Title: Welcome home, Mario; we’ve missed you!
Excerpt: "In 1985 Nintendo started a revolution when it introduced the world to Super Mario Bros."
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