Created by Robin Hunicke and her experimental game design company, Funomena, the VR game Luna is a parable about mistakes and redemption.
Other media might be striving for utopia, but not videogames. Judging from the many demos at E3, the industry is more apocalypse-minded than ever.
The tradeshow might still have value, but the publishers' dog and pony shows do more harm than good.
Nintendo's *ARMS* Is a Fighting Game of Acute Appendage-itis
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