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Gaming takes its rightful place

Video games are still a relatively new medium, mainly being addressed by tabloid media, casting fans as introverted teenage boys being inspired to commit violent acts. But opinions are starting to change as we move into the golden age of gaming. In the US in 2013, video games generated $25bn, while the film industry only…

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Gaming festive!

For six days from the 6th – 11th of April, the Forum was taken over by Norwich Gaming Festival. If, like me, you had never heard of the NGF until recently, you missed out on a lovely surprise. For a week it played host to a variety of talks, exhibitions and events right here in…

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