A recommendation for an article by Heather Alexandra about the broad challenges of game preservation.
Category Archives: Blog
The Obscuritory turns four! I didn’t expect to make it this long.
If you’re interested in gaming history – hopefully you are if you’re reading this blog! – consider signing up for the mailing list for ROMchip. ROMchip is a freshly announced online scholarly journal of gaming history spearheaded by three super-great historians, including Raiford Guins, author of Game After: A Cultural Study of Video Game Afterlife; and Laine Nooney, who is
I’m heading to Mysterium in Boston! Say hi if you happen to be there, though it’s very, very unlikely.
A brief reorienting of The Obscuritory’s priorities. Blog first, videos second.
A bizarre story about a writing program that was sabotaged by an anti-corporate activist group and the questions that raises about educational software.
A quick recap of a very productive and successful year.
Somehow, I’m participating in a game industry meet-and-greet event with some serious talent. People around DC are encouraged to attend!
The long-lost sequel to Eastern Mind has been discovered, at last. Holy shit.
Seriously, that soon? Take a moment to reflect on the charms of this mysterious console.