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GR2: Game Night 14 Hyperkin Special!

Photos from Game Night 14. Special thanks to Hyperkin for making it all happen. Watch for the upcoming Retron and get your Supaboy soon. Also the Oculus is quite cool. See photos of people tripping out on Sky Rim in the round. An amazing and fun night on Sawtelle, complete with the raffle of two Supaboy units! See you soon at the next Game Night.   The first photo in the set is a panoramic! Click on it to check out the street!  

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Masi Oka Making Games

Masi Oka is making games. The ex coder from ILM and now star of Hawaii 5-0 will be making some games. Ironically, the article doesn’t really talk about his own games at all, but he does talk about his experience in games. Maybe that’s just the best way to go. (Gamelivetv – Masi Oka)

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GR2 June 2 – June 27th, 2012 Game Over – Video Game Culture Art Exhibition

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Art Exhibition at GR2 Game Over Video Game Culture Art Exhibition June 2 -  June 27, 2012 Opening reception Saturday June 2th 2012, 6:30-10pm GR2 – 2062 Sawtelle Blvd LA, CA 90025 www.gr2.net 310 445 9276 Giant Robot 2 (GR2) presents: Game Over Video Game Culture Art Exhibition Artists include: Aaron Brown, Albert Reyes, Alex Chiu, Ana Serrano, Andrice Arp, Aska Iida, Bradford Lynn, Brian Luong, Bryan Wong, Bubi Au Yeung, Cam Floyd, Carlos Donjuan, Christopher Chan, Cory Schmitz, David Horvath, Devin McGrath, Elizabeth Ito, Elliot Brown, Eric Broers, Erin Althea, Gabe Gonzales, Gary Musgrave, Grant Reynolds, Heidi Woan, James Chong, James Kochalka, Jarrett Quon, Jay Horinouchi, Jeni Yang, Jeremiah La Torre, Jeremy Tinder,...

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Megaman Creator Keiji Inafune Speaks Frankly

In Wired, Keiji Inafune let’s it out in many ways. Here’s one. “I want to talk about Korean products too. Why are there no Korean products in Japan? Japanese people believe that Korean products are much worse than Japanese ones, that they’re very bad. But throughout the world, they’re more successful than Japanese products.” There are more from the creator of Megaman who’s now making games from his own studio. (Wired – Keiji Inafune)

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