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  • 13 August 2017
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3 thoughts on “The Green Outdoors

  1. says:

    Es un conjunto de artículos relacionados con la Realidad Virtual Me ha interesado especialmente un artículo sobre experie

  2. says:

    Not as stimulating as the first issue Video Games Are No Fun but still a solid compilationThe article that will probably stay the longest with me is Do Orangutans Dream of Electric Bananas Benjamin Hale's interview with Dr Hanna Wirman about he

  3. says:

    An impressive improvement over most that Issue #0 offered They sure did a lot of work over the years to make their texts less pretenti

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The Green Outdoors

Isimilitude game designers channeling Thoreau’s Walden and in game photographers doing their best to capture the beauty and mystery of virtual worldsPlus Breaking into Chernobyl with Russian videogame kids Going ape with tablet games for orangutans Hunting for Bigfoot in San Andreas Looking for Xbox after the apocalypse It's all hereWritten by Ryan Bradley Kyle Chayka Patrick Elliot Benjamin Hale Josiah Har

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Rist Jason Johnson Brendan Keogh Zack Kotzer Yannick LeJac Kyle Lemmon Pete L'Official Tim Maly Richard Morgan Kevin Nguyen Rainer Sigl Jacob Silverman Dan Solberg Kent Szlauderbach and Liam YoungArt by Braulio Amado Amber Asay George Bletsis Kory Brinton Weston Colton Josiah Harrist Jonathan Petersen Sergey Pilshikov Tim Reynolds Graham Roumieu Paul Sloane Houston Trueblood C Adrian Walsh and Jeremy Wilburn

Summary The Green Outdoors

Let's take a walkIn this issue we'll explore how our on screen lives are affecting our off screen ones Can games open a door The Green PDFEPUB or to the larger outside world We sure hope soWe’ll jump from the eagle hunting steppes of Kazakhstan to the handholds of Uncharted’s rock climbing faces to the playful and nauseous edges of outer space We’ll talk to technical directors on the edge of digital ver