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text 2017-03-22 13:54
Jeux Video Mass Effect Andromeda PS4

Mass Effect: Andromeda est une troisième personne à venir jeu vidéo de tir jeu de rôle action développé par BioWare et édité par Electronic Arts pour Microsoft Windows, Jeux Video Mass Effect Andromeda PS4  et Xbox One. Le jeu a été annoncé officiellement le 15 Juin, ici à 2015 au cours de la conférence de presse d’Electronic Arts à l’E3.

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video 2017-03-18 18:55
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Somewhere within our brain we have a potential for higher mathematics, art, and magic of creativity. Somewhere within our brain we have a potential to live our highest potential and listen to our soul.

Mindfulness Training: Divergent Thinking or How to Practice Creative Thinking.
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations Book (Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training Book #7). Conscious and Unconscious Thinking.

If we free ourselves of negative beliefs and thoughts,we will learn how to listen to our souls. If we practice mindfulness we will learn how to access our creative force...

Source: artof4elements.com/entry/189/conscious-creativity-book
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video 2017-03-12 06:53

Book Haul 2017

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review 2017-03-06 15:08
Book Review: Console Wars by Blake J. Harris
Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle That Defined a Generation - Blake J. Harris

I came across this book a while ago and, growing up in a hardcore Nintendo family, I was interested in learning the history behind Sega and Nintendo, especially since I was a kid in the 90s and while I don’t quite remember how Sega became a thing, I remember it being novel to me when one of my friends said they had a Genesis rather than an SNES. It’s been sitting on my to-read list for quite a while and my interest in it was renewed when my husband (who’s way more knowledgeable about video games than even I am, and that’s saying something) decided to read it as one of his summer reads. After not too much cajoling by him, I finally picked it up to read it.

 

Console Wars is interesting, because while it mostly follows Kalisnke, who was the CEO who got Sega to become a household name, it’s not told in any sort of biography or memoir format and mostly heavily focuses on marketing, the partnerships between the different gaming companies, and the games/systems themselves. So, if you’re not interested in the history of video games or how feats of marketing can completely change a company, this book is very much not for you. I studied marketing at university, so reading the different techniques the companies used to get ahead was fascinating. Also, like I said, I come from a hardcore Nintendo family and grew up playing the NES and SNES (if I remember correctly, actually, my family purchased every single system Nintendo came out with), so it was fun to see things from the “competitor’s” side and also read about how Nintendo responded to what was happening.

 

Overall, this gives a fairly comprehensive look at how Sega and Nintendo originated and also touches on the history of some well-known video gaming companies like Electronic Arts and Namco. I love that the human element is included and we get to learn about who the people are that drove video game innovation, even while so many were saying that it was bound to die. It was a slow read for me, but I very much enjoyed the steady pacing and the sheer volume of information that this book contained.

Source: www.purplereaders.com/?p=3509
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