Author Archives: Bram van den Hout

VALUE Field Reports – A New Direction

I’ve had the pleasure to report on a wide variety of topics about video games, archaeology, and video games for the past 1,5 years. News about the newest Assassin’s Creed, interesting discussions concerning violence and video games, the representation of … Continue reading

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VALUE Field Reports #35 – Writing Stories And History

As if writing interesting and captivating isn’t hard enough, someone had to go and invent video games. The once intimate bond between a writer and their editor has been forcefully disrupted by the need to cooperate with graphics, gameplay, and … Continue reading

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VALUE Field Reports #34: Recreating History

I’ve been told that creating worlds is difficult: gods spent a lot of effort in creating the planet and the stars, aliens spawn life (only to harvest humankind later on), evil superhumans defy Captain Kirk and terraform planets. Sounds like … Continue reading

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VALUE Field Reports #33: Another Year, Another Field Report.

VALUE Field Reports #33: Another Year, Another Field Report. According to the Gregorian Calendar humanity has leveled up once again: welcome to 2018! Spend your ability points wisely! Are you going for more Wisdom so you can better understand the … Continue reading

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