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Carli Velocci
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There are weird things out here.
There are weird things out here.

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Probably the only reason I started to play “Fallout 4” was because of its location. It takes place in Boston. Where I’ve lived for the past seven years. I was curious and not completely disappointed either by the results. Read more at BetaBoston

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Originally posted on My Favourite Game:“In my restless dreams, I see that town – Silent Hill.” Hello. We’re back after a two-week period. And so begins the second part of Season 3 of My Favourite Game. And it begins tonight by looking back at possibly one…

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During Hubweek, one panel caught my eye. Six female entrepreneurs in the Boston area talked about their experiences starting a business, the connections they made, and gave advice to a packed room full of aspiring leaders. Read more at BetaBoston

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Darius Kazemi and Courtney Stanton are two people trying to do something different. With our economy in such an unstable state, I can’t blame them. Plus, what they’re doing with their company Feel Train is super interesting. Take a look at my profile of…

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Despite the loss of some big name studios, New England remains a hotbed for game development. My editor wasn’t sure about this but every year, I go to the Boston Festival for Indie Games and prove people wrong (or right, hard to say). Regardless, the…

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There’s too much luck in RymdResa. Which I guess you could either see as a detriment or not. I enjoyed the game overall, but it can come off differently if you’re not into philosophical, pedantic space observations. To each their own I suppose. Source:…

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I know it’s been a while since I last updated so I apologize if this doesn’t look new (especially since it came out nearly two months ago). I am really proud of this piece though. I interviewed a number of game developers about horror and Twine games, and…

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I helped out with Pitch Jam for the second year, and besides the fact that the folks at “Good Games Writing did a fantastic job, they also interviewed a bunch of the panelists. In this interview, I talk about what to do when you have writing burnout, and…

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This is a piece that was a few months in the making. I wanted to write something fun about those games I can’t stop playing for some reason and maybe figure out why I love them so much. I love my butterflies. I love my dragons. I love my babies. Read more…

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Well here it is. After a week of agonizing tweets, bullshit sentences, wondering what the purpose of all of it was, I wrote about “Armada,” the newest book by Ernest Cline. It’s a piece of shit. Why I thought so is a bit more complex. Read more at Paste…
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