If the world won’t end before with a huge and yet wee galactic fart, in 2012 there is a date to pin down on the agenda for who will be lucky enough to be around Washington D.C. In the United States capital city, and more exactly at the prestigious Smithsonian American Art Museum, the exhibit The Art of Video Games will be held between March 16 and September 9, 2012, a systematic, interactive and visually rich journey centered on the history of the first 40 years of the videogaming medium.
Ron Gilbert’s DeathSpank was already discussed in a previous post, but considering the personality (figurative) weight I think it’s adequate to complete the discussion by embedding the keynote’s videos (even if they aren’t so pretty to see) with which the legendary designer opened this year Penny Arcade Expo. Ron Gilbert is one of the noble fathers of modern games, so listening to what he says is simply an obligation for who would like to call himself a “videogamer”.
Well, I must say it’s so much time by now that I didn’t remember an August so rich of events and news and all the rest. So either I have a poor memory or it’s the nth trickery of the enormous, relentless mechanism of chance, that has compressed in a few days so much interesting things at the point that I’m seriously thinking of closing the blog for a “surplus” of contents cues
It’s a very rich dish for this first time of “Links & Suggestions“, a category that according to my purpose should become a chest containing those valuable URL addresses that could have been sources for news, analysis and anything else if only I had have the opportunity, the time and the will to engage myself firsthand.