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The 7 Perfect Games for Junglists

It’s an interesting day for games, because 1) any European vaguely interested in the mainstream of mobile gaming has now been waiting for more than 10 hours for the release of Nintendo’s new mobile blockbuster Super Mario Run 2) I just got an invite to the world premiere of the Assassin’s Creed movie and 3) right […]

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Reaching the new audience (and why that’s important)

On  Nvemebr 17th 2016 I did a talk at the Player – Game-seminar at Cinemateket in Copenhagen. The talk was about my work as a gaming journalist, and I managed to squeeze in four (!!!) screenshots from Aztec Challenge (a favourite from he 80s) and three pictures of Nathan Drake (of course) – and several (true) claims that […]

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This VR game is a cosmic experience

This (below) is what the Land’s End area in San Francisco actually looks like (when you stand on halfway down the stairs, with a iPhone): Yes, I know, it looks like a magical adventure puzzle, like Myst. But Land’s End is also the name of a virtual reality game made by the magnificent studio UsTwo […]

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Fly into a Dali painting with mobile VR

The future is here. You can fly into a Salvador Dali painting through your mobile phone. Yes, really. A few weeks ago I had the chance to test a Gear VR headset with the Samsung Galaxy phone. The graphics are lower quality than what you get from the high end headsets (Oculus and HTC Vive), obviously, […]

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“The PC is the LSD of the 90s”

FINALLY I got the chance to quote Timothy Leary in one of my game reviews. Two decades ago he said “The PC is the LSD of the 90s”. I have the quote marked out with a neon yellow pen in one of my old The Face magazines from around 1992. If he only knew what […]

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