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Love-Hating 'Fallout 4'

Every time that I find something to love about Fallout 4, some tiny, inconsequential element takes me out.

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Explores the World of 'Skyrim'

The Moving Pixels podcast crew get together to discuss the varied approaches that they took to exploring the vast world of Skyrim.

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Post-It Note Role-Playing, or the White-Collar Warriors of 'Skyrim'

Skyrim most often seems to me like a fantasy veneer spread over the most boring occupation that I can think of, managing and prioritizing tasks at an office.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Exploring Open Worlds

The Moving Pixels podcast talks about what the open world genre means to the last decade in gaming and what kinds of worlds most compel players to explore them.

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Bethesda: Dreamtiger & Other Tails

Ohio quintet is at its best when it plays it soft, quiet.

Jedd Beaudoin
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When Your Reading Assignment's a Video Game

The world of Bethesda's Skyrim is filled with an almost intimidating amount of freedom for players. It's also a world where books are competing with the giddy thrill of dragon killing.

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How Open Is Your Open World?

As worlds become more open they demand more attention, and there’s a clear trade-off between story and environmental details.

Games

Moving Pixels Podcast: Exploring the Capital Wasteland

We consider how Bethesda merges a retro American ideal with their post-apocalyptic vision of an America "after the bomb" in Fallout 3.

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You Say Apocalypse, I Say Retro Chic

Much like telling an erotic story within a Victorian backdrop seems ever so sexy, human depravity juxtaposed against a seemingly golden age of good, moral values is darkly comic and that much more disturbing.

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Fallout 3

The player who sticks to the city or limits himself to the main (and fairly conventional) quest-line will miss the pearls inside Fallout 3's bombed-out shell.

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