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Independent developer, Tale Of Tales aims to create “emotionally rich interactive entertainment” whilst eschewing the “limitations of competitive play”. In Issue 81, James, Tony and special guest Paul Rooney look at four of their games in an attempt to discuss subtext and the boundaries between video games and interactive art. Hang on, folks, it’s going to get emotional.
1: Komen Te Gaan by Gerry de Mol
2: Safe Song by Force & Jarboe
3: Audio Trailer by Gerry de Mol
Cane and Rinse 81 was edited by Sean O’Brien
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James plays the PC version of Tale Of Tales’ Luxuria Superbia. Somewhere among the metaphorical flowers lies his embarrassment, never to be heard from again: