Wednesday, August 20, 2014
 
 
 
Along with a storied career as an actor and comedian, Robin Williams was a big fan of video games. The developers of one of his favorite video games, World of Warcraft, will pay tribute to Williams' by featuring a character inspired by him inside the massively multiplayer online universe. The Associated Press reports WoW creators Blizzard Entertainment are exploring ways to add Williams to the game.   [READ MORE]
 
Along with a storied career as an actor and comedian, Robin Williams was a big fan of video games. The developers of one of his favorite video games, World of Warcraft, will pay tribute to Williams' by featuring a character inspired by him inside the massively multiplayer online universe. The Associated Press reports WoW creators Blizzard Entertainment are exploring ways to add Williams to the game.   [READ MORE]
 
The Night Trap Kickstarter soap opera took another twist yesterday, with organizer Tom Zito lashing out at Nintendo in a lengthy update, while pledging to apply to that same company for a Wii U release of the game, as a potential stretch goal. Zito's blog post recounts his animosity towards Nintendo due to an episode 20 years ago, when the original Night Trap, a schlocky horror game, was the subject of media and federal scrutiny into the game industry. Night Trap was subsequently withdrawn from sale.

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The Night Trap Kickstarter soap opera took another twist yesterday, with organizer Tom Zito lashing out at Nintendo in a lengthy update, while pledging to apply to that same company for a Wii U release of the game, as a potential stretch goal. Zito's blog post recounts his animosity towards Nintendo due to an episode 20 years ago, when the original Night Trap, a schlocky horror game, was the subject of media and federal scrutiny into the game industry. Night Trap was subsequently withdrawn from sale.

   [READ MORE]
 
The Night Trap Kickstarter soap opera took another twist yesterday, with organizer Tom Zito lashing out at Nintendo in a lengthy update, while pledging to apply to that same company for a Wii U release of the game, as a potential stretch goal. Zito's blog post recounts his animosity towards Nintendo due to an episode 20 years ago, when the original Night Trap, a schlocky horror game, was the subject of media and federal scrutiny into the game industry. Night Trap was subsequently withdrawn from sale.

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video games may not be all that bad for kids   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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