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This eye tracking controller, and Unreal's new licensing deal (https://www.unrealengine.com/register, which includes complete source code), seem to be the big topics of discussion around the water cooler from this year's GDC.

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Sadly it's mostly all over my head, but I thought this might appeal to you: http://gamemusictheory.tumblr.com/

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A Roborally style iOS game? Yes please!

Can't really think of anything related to gaming for this one. I'm not really one to try to fool people. I did, however, have a plot point planned for a campaign I tried to run that would involve having one of the PC's be possessed and turn evil without telling the other party members. I wish I could have continued that campaign.

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Hangglider hot drop o'clock in ArcheAge

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Your news comments on Peter Molyneux reminded me of this comic that came out this week after the whole Curiosity thing happened.

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One of the days that the podcast was missed happened to coincide with my birthday.  Not complaining though; hanging out, getting taken out by a car door, food.  The bruises were a fun thing to explain while they were there.  Good times.

What game would you have your kid play OR not play?  --  I would have them play 'Video Olympics' for the Atari 2600.  Not only would it serve as an object lesson on how hard we had it to play some 2-player games (you had to have a special paddle controller to play it) but it would also show where the roots of the sports games came from.

What little-known sequel, installment, or cross-media translation do you know about?  --  During my senior year of high school and a few years beyond I was playing ROMs of different games.  I found 'Chrono Trigger' & 'Secret of Mana' that way.  I also found that 'Secret of Mana' was not the only one in the series.  The first game (on the Game Boy system) was released as 'Final Fantasy Adventure' because (as I remember hearing it) the developers didn't believe it would sell as well unless it was branded under the popular 'Final Fantasy' franchise.  The original title was 'Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden', making SoM 'Seiken Densetsu 2.'  'Seiken Densetsu 3' was also released on the SNES but in Japan only.  There have been fan translated ROMs that have made their online for the rest of us to enjoy.  One big difference with 3 is you can choose the 3 party members from a roster of 6.

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