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It's an odd feeling, rediscovering a piece of once cutting-edge technology that is now woefully obsolete. But yesterday's game systems are quickly becoming today's museum pieces. Greg Tito speaks with Eric Wheeler, Associate Curator at the National Center for the History of Electronic Games.

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In videogames, there are your wisecracking anthropomorphic critters, your angst-y androgynous teens and your adrenaline-fueled space marines - and then there's P.B. Winterbottom, a time-traveling pie thief stuck in a '20s-era silent film. Jordan Deam speaks with Matt Korba, President and Creative Director of Winterbottom developer The Odd Gentlemen.

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Modern games often look to cinema when it comes to inspiration for their storytelling. But there's another medium that may apply more directly to the experience of play: musical performance. Ollie Barder examines how Guitar Hero and Strauss may have more in common than you think.

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Whether they provide a little color to a game world or simply give the more obsessive among us something to collect and pore over, audiologs have become a staple of modern games. Graeme Virtue dissects the recordings' lasting appeal and adds a few messages of his own to the archives.