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05 March 2006

Raph’s Website » What are the lessons of MMORPGs today?

by bcpbcp (via)
I realize this list may seem like a cutesy joke. But it isn’t. Go back, and re-read it. It’s actually a lament.

18 February 2006

Raph’s Website » Video of Churchill Club panel now available

by bcpbcp
You can stream it from GameSpot and see whether in fact it deserved to set the Internet on fire the way it apparently has. :)

12 February 2006

Raph’s Website » Are single-player games doomed?

by bcpbcp
The entire video game industry’s history thus far has been an aberration. It has been a mutant monster only made possible by unconnected computers. People always play games together. All of you learned to play games with each other. When you were kids, you played tag, tea parties, cops and robbers, what have you. The single-player game is a strange mutant monster which has only existed for 21 years and is about to go away because it is unnatural and abnormal.

05 February 2006

Raph Koster's Home Page | Making the AAA Title: Letters from the Trenches

by bcpbcp
Dan Arey gave a talk at GDC 2005 on developing AAA games, and interviewed several designers for it. The actual interview was quite long, and I skipped many of the questions... but here's the answers to the ones that I did respond to. You can comment here on the blog if you like.

28 January 2006

Raph’s Website » OGLE

by bcpbcp
OGLE: The OpenGLExtractor is a tool that lets you grab 3d data out of an OpenGL application and output it as models again.

Raph’s Website » Audition

by bcpbcp
As with many of the Asian games, there’s a nominally massively multiplayer lobby, which you enter minimally multiplayer games from. You play the game in order to earn virtual cash, plus you buy a different sort of virtual cash. You can then buy further accessories for your character (clothes, character customization, etc) and new stuff to play (in this case, songs) with that money.

21 January 2006

Raph’s Website » Where You Are

by bcpbcp
Bruno in Brazil is in fact really far away from everyone else.

19 January 2006

Raph’s Website » Masaya Matsuura’s foreword

by bcpbcp
the Japanese edition of A Theory of Fun for Game Design is out now. Masaya Matsuura was kind enough to write a foreword for this edition

17 January 2006

16 January 2006

Raph Koster's Home Page | Moore's Wall: Technology Advances and Online Game Design

by bcpbcp
This talk was given as part of an IBM Games on Demand webcast conference. “We should remember that 90% of the online game players out there are playing a game that was not developed by a professional: they’re playing CounterStrike, which was user-created.”

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