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"It is up to the players themselves to steer gaming’s direction; to be the change we want to see."
All profits from this issue of Five out of Ten are in aid of SpecialEffect, a charity that works to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
Back to the Bedroom: Game creation is shifting from corporations to individuals, allowing for more personal experience and expression.
Getting It: Who doesn't 'get' videogames: the people who don't play them, or the people who do?
The World Turned On Its Head : The videogame industry is a constant series of revolutions, where only adaptable developers can survive.
Game Changers: We visit SpecialEffect in Oxfordshire to see how their work changes lives through videogames.
Girlfriend Mode: The story of the games we love is also the story of the people we have loved.
Time and Memory: What sacrifices do we make when we follow our dreams?
The Heroine of Time: What should Princess Zelda's real Legend be?
Featuring the work of Leigh Alexander, Christian Donlan, Dan Griliopoulos, Helen Lewis, Joe Martin, Maddy Myers and Alan Williamson.
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