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The Coolest Live Video Game Event I’ve Ever Seen

I attended one of the most special video game industry events of my career last night. Naughty Dog and Sony produced “The Last of Us—One Night Live” in Santa Monica at the Broad Stage Theater. It was a spectacular display of the amazing art, craft, talent, storytelling, mixed media, collaboration and technological wonder that exists in video games. To celebrate the release of The Last of Us Remastered on PS4,…

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Direct Response Mobile Gaming

My first job in advertising straight out of grad school 19 years ago was with direct response (direct mail) agency Brierley & Partners. Now Hal Brierley is a key investor in a company specializing in video game player retention! I find that so weird!Small world I guess…

Player retention is the key to success – Steve Nix

 

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Better. Stronger. Faster. . . Now?

We have the technology. We have the capability. Better. Stronger. Faster.

I’m so excited to hear about PlayStation Now announced this week at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Sony and Gaikai have finally done what I’ve been thinking about, hoping for and talking about for years—persistent video gameplay cross platform. That is, play a game on your PlayStation Vita. Then pick up where you left off on your PS4, then go to…

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Curved Displays—What are the possibilities?

Samsung has announced a new smartphone release next month with a curved display. That is, the glass will be curved instead of flat.

What are the possibilities for curved displays? How much curve is possible? A tube? A cone? A sphere? Those seem far in the future, but it’ll be interesting to see what hardware developers come up with in the next few years.

What about software? What are the software capabilities that come with curved…

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