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Submitted by Thrallia 1419d ago | opinion piece

Jay Button: Where have all the weird games gone?

Matt Jay: "This is a subject I think about a lot. As you can see by my past posts, I have decidedly eccentric tastes. Over the years, my gaming palette has gotten broader and broader, as my mind opened to newer and weirder games. Unfortunately, the amount of weird games being released has had the opposite trajectory. " (Beautiful Katamari, Culture, Industry, Katamari Damacy, Katamari Forever, Me and My Katamari, Retro)

Zashule  +   1421d ago
Anyone looking to start a blog or website needs to take tips from this guy, website is amazing.
Usually with websites I don't recognise I expect to see bland, blank pages with messy layouts. I was pleasantly surprised.

OT: I miss those games, XBLA/PSN would be perfect for those oddball indy games.

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