But the military version of 'Arma' is really good.
Officials are wary of troops and civilians trying to catch ‘em all on US military installations, including Arlington National Cemetery.
And not just because it's dangerous.
Moral complexities ultimately require making a choice.
Your vintage NES cartridges are full of unused content that developers assumed would never be seen.
A simulated apple can't feed anybody, and other reality checks by a philosopher and a cognitive scientist.
Block'hood's ideal is of harmony and cycles and flows—of inputs that feed into outputs, which feed back into the system again.
Xbox One players briefly managed to download the popular RPG before Microsoft revoked the licenses, but at least they're getting something for their troubles.
"I assumed it would take a thousand, but you solved it in a mere 33 years," the game's developer said.
Espen Aarseth won a €2 million grant to study games. I was very jealous so I called him to find out how he did it.