April 16, 2003
The Right to Virtually Assemble
The debate is an offshoot of his original articles about the First Amendment and how they apply to video-games (and the ongoing case against the First Amendment applying to video games). His peronal web-column is typically devoid of video-game topics, so this is a rare chance to take a gander at a great writer's take on the legality of video-games.
Posted by bowler at April 16, 2003 03:09 PM
Steve Bowler investigates Marvel claims of NC Soft copyright infringement.
City of Copies: Marvel vs. NC Soft (Feb 2005)
Justin Hall journeys amidst acid queen minibosses and naked piano players, in search of game fashion.
gimme gamepunk (Jul 2004) Mike Drucker contributes a four-part special on a professional gaming league event last month in New York City.
Gaming Major League, Part Four (Oct 2003) Lara Croft joins local stitch and bitch! Artist Becky Schaefer held responsible.
Game Heroine Invades Bucolic Needlepoint Landscapes; Wreaks Aesthetic Havoc (Aug 2003)
Care for some voice chat with your online role-playing? Please, sir - no!
Not Yet you Fools! (Jul 2003)
Grand Text Auto
How They Got Game
Indie Game Jam
JoyStick101 (on hiatus?)
Julian Dibbell's Playmoney
Slash Dot Games