Today’s Nintendo game designer and producer Shigeru Miyamoto’s birthday, and to celebrate, we figured it was high time to take a look at some of his insights into the creative process.
In the unlikely event that Rocket League becomes boring, these players have come up with a new way to play the game.
My newest science fiction novel, Lockstep, was recently serialized in Analog magazine. Reactions have been pretty favourable — except that I've managed to offend a small but vocal group of readers. They're outraged that I've written an SF story in which faster than light travel is impossible.
For most, Minecraft is just a game about building a castle out of colorful blocks then losing it all to a Creeper invasion. But for one man, Minecraft was something else: an inspiration.
I was under the impression that it took a creative person to fully appreciate everything video games have to offer. According to recent research conducted at Michigan State University, I may have had that backwards. Does playing video games make you more creative?