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Thatgamecompany’s next game may be F2P

14 Mar

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Jenova Chen, co-founder of indie developer Thatgamecompany (you know, the one that made Journey), has been interviewed by Joystiq’s Jordan Mallory.

Now that Chen’s studio is no longer in an exclusive contract with Sony (and this is a very good news), they’re thinking about their next project. Should the game go free to play (with the usual microtransactions), though, Chen says it won’t be like the vast majority of free-to-play games he’s tried, which he says encourage microtransactions by annoying and frustrating the player.

“I would rather see a game where you play to feel happier, and to make other people like you, and the make the people you care about happy. That’s something I’ve never seen in a [free-to-play] game.”

Let’s see what the old Jenova will do! Stay tuned!

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This Threadless t-shirt is something you want. NOW.

12 Feb

Threadless is an online community of artists and an e-commerce website based in Chicago, where designs are created by and chosen by an online community.

Each week, about 1,000 designs are submitted online and are put to a public vote. After seven days the staff reviews the top-scoring designs. Based on the average score and community feedback, about 10 designs are selected each week, printed on clothing and other products, and sold worldwide in limited editions.

This article is just to let you know that right now a very cool t-shirt is available. Take a look!

 A Pixel of My Childhood  Design by Adam Jhesu Rufino Nakamura threadless

This awesome t-shirt, that features some pixelated Nintendo controllers, consoles and cartridges, is called “A Pixel of My Childhood” and has been design by Adam Jhesu Rufino Nakamura. In our opinion it totally worths the $20 price tag. If you want it (and you know you do) buy it here, but hurry up, it’s not going to last forever.