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Accessibility and conversations

Accessibility and conversations

Daniel GoldingMar 28, 2012

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Ideology and Industry: <em><strong>The Art of Videogames</strong></em> Exhibition at Washington’s Smithsonian Museum

Ideology and Industry: The Art of Videogames Exhibition at Washington’s Smithsonian Museum

Dale LeorkeMar 23, 20121 Comment

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're very happy to bring you our first guest post here a

A conversation with Mark Serrels

A conversation with Mark Serrels

Daniel GoldingMar 21, 2012

Regular readers of Game On will know that a few weeks ago, I wrote

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What our politicians think about videogames

Daniel GoldingMar 17, 20122 Comments

Ewan Jones, Member for Herbert (Liberal Party): “I rise to speak o

I don't want your conversation

I don't want your conversation

Daniel GoldingMar 14, 20124 Comments

Today, a Fairfax blogger wrote an article that questioned the effect of videogames on

A Matter of Life and Death: why youth is still the wrong way to talk about videogames

A Matter of Life and Death: why youth is still the wrong way to talk about videogames

Daniel GoldingMar 12, 2012

Perhaps the most interesting response to

The 2012 Independent Games Festival awards announced in San Francisco

The 2012 Independent Games Festival awards announced in San Francisco

Daniel GoldingMar 9, 20121 Comment

Regular videogaming news isn’t something that Game On usually covers. However, very occasi

Videogames are not a young media form, so stop saying they are

Videogames are not a young media form, so stop saying they are

Daniel GoldingMar 6, 201210 Comments

The most insidious idea about videogames ever to be repeated uncritically is that they are a youn

REVIEW: Allegories and stillness in Dear Esther

REVIEW: Allegories and stillness in Dear Esther

Daniel GoldingMar 2, 20123 Comments

“I am becoming this island.” Dear Esther is a remarkable videogame. J

The academy and the archive: videogame history as told through Hugo and The Artist

The academy and the archive: videogame history as told through Hugo and The Artist

Daniel GoldingFeb 29, 2012

If anything, this year’s Academy Awards illustrated that Hollywood still like

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