Here’s a great article from Gizmodo that can explain a little better about what happened and why. If you weren’t here to witness it, you should read this.
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I’m a video gamer. The older I get, it seems the less time I have to really sit down and play video games for an extended period of time–but that’s okay. I understand that there are things more important in life than playing games, but I think video gaming often gets a bad rap from politicians, or newspapers, or even parents.
Just like movies, video games are rated, and I think too often parents allow their kids to play games meant for mature audiences because they assume that all games are made for kids… and they most certainly are not. I’ve seen articles and “hype pieces” on TV asking if violence or adult themes in games are appropriate. I would respond that these things are not any more or less appropriate than violence and adult themes in books or movies, but can you imagine a world where books and movies were not able depict “adult themes” without criticism?
All of that to share this link: These guys are developing a “Prison Architect” game. You might ask… what could possibly be the benefit of “playing” a game about building and managing a prison? Watch the video.
The latest Delicate Cutters video for “Tilt-a-Whirl” was featured on Blurt-Online.com.
The direct link to the video on Vimeo is here: http://vimeo.com/57491491
The band makes a cameo in the video as the new crew… that’s me as the weatherman.
My piece “un_Learn” for e-cello and soundfile will be performed on Monday, November, 12, 2012 at 7:30pm at Moonlight on the Mountain. This piece was featured on WBHM‘s show “Tapestry” when Criag Hultgren was a featured artist. Click here to view the Tapestry archive page. The full interview with Craig can be heard here. You can listen to the piece in the Audio Examples section of this web site.
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