Category: Video Games

If I Designed It: Yandere Simulator

A while back I attempted to start a blog  series called ‘If I Designed It’, which outlined my ideas and concepts for video games based on pre-existing franchises. Up until recently, I haven’t been inspired enough to sit down and write another installment. This week, however, I stumbled upon several ‘warning’ videos revolving around an
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The Triforce Project: The Legend Of Zelda 8 Ways

Back in 2011/2012, I attended the University of Florida where I took an amazing course — Production I, taught by Dr. Eileen Smith. The final project of this course was to create a website/presentation for a concept of a pre-existing story translated into eight venues: playground, video game, museum, theme park, restaurant, family entertainment center, sports
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3 Features I Hope To See In Pokemon Go (Eventually)

In the original trailer, Pokemon Go promised a variety of gameplay modes that have yet to be implemented — namely trading, PVP Pokemon Battles, and raid-type battles against legendaries like Mewtwo. A few weeks ago, it was confirmed that trading was next on the to-do list for the app’s developer, Niantic, so I assume the rest of
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Pokemon Go Marketing For Local Businesses

Video games and marketing have an interesting history. From major wins like the Robin Williams Zelda commercial to the not-quite-thought-out staged protests against Dante’s Inferno, marketing related to video games tends to get big fast if done right. Still, these campaigns were focused on directly funneling attention towards the game itself. When it comes to Pokemon
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