Strike Looms Against Game Makers

“People buy games for gameplay, not to hear voices,” counters Finlayson. “And technology creates gameplay, not actors. People who play these games understand that, and in fact, some gamers turn the volume down because (they) find those voices distracting. In film or television, the actor’s performance makes the experience. In video games, it does not.” –Xeni Jardin –Strike Looms Against Game Makers (Wired) Finlayson’s job is to talk tough in order…

Microsoft shouldn't be hard to understand

Microsoft shouldn’t be hard to understand taking a cold, risky plunge for a taste of abalone many of the thousands of demonstrators in the city square cried – it was their first public forum in years behind failed Abu Ghraib plea internet attack is called broad and long-lasting a high-ranking Uzbek official said on condition he not be named men and women took the podium and shared their anger about…