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May 11, 2016

The Sims 5 with Virtual Reality

For a simulator of real life, this game did a lot of stuff right. It gave the younger audience a glimpse of what it meant to be an adult. For teens it was a subtle way of teaching them how to interact with others and live orderly. Also, having a very simple and intuitive building […]

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May 10, 2016

The Player’s Diary – Minecraft

10th of January Where am I? What is this place? What is that? What’s this? What the hell? What is going on? What do I do with this? Why is that there? What?! 10th of January – Night Oh God Oh God Oh God Oh God Oh God Oh God oh no I’m okay. All […]

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May 09, 2016

When does a Movie talk to us?

If you talk to the movie, that is ok. If the movie talks back, that is psychosis. I’ve recently been recommended to watch “Blade Runner”, a movie which one of my workmates loved. Or perhaps not loved, but rather considered it to be a very, very good movie. I didn’t like it. This basic event […]

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May 06, 2016

What’s in a sequel?

“To be continued” – I was left with these words at the end of “Back to the Future”. What an extraordinary experience for me, as a kid, and how I wished I could see Part 2 right away! From a personal point of view, the idea of a sequel meant more of the same good […]

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May 05, 2016

Top Ten Sherlock Holmes Games till 2016

10 – Another Bow You know what’s better than a book? A PICTURE book! “Another Bow” is a game which I only managed to play for about a minute until I uninstalled it. Don’t get me wrong, I love reading (I wish I had more time for it) but I won’t spend hours in front […]

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May 04, 2016

Recreating a Starry Night

For some artists, there is always that one artwork; that one masterpiece that sticks with you all your life. Wether it is a story, a painting, statue, song, building or hairstyle; abstract or realistic, it just speaks volumes on a personal level. For me, it was Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Why this painting? There […]

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