Sunday Newspaper | Rock-paper-scissors pistol

Sunday is for emptying the dust from your vacuum cleaner into the bin and getting a deep sense of satisfaction from it. Before you get lost, read this week’s best articles about games (and things related to games).

In The New York Times, Ben Dooley and Hisako Ueno wrote about A school that plays video games helps drop out students return to the classroom. Japan’s first e-sports school realized they had found a way to keep students on purpose for absenteeism. An in-depth look at Japan’s often hostile school environment and how there is an educational space for everyone with the right approach.

That’s a typical reaction. Traditional Japanese education emphasizes the cultivation of endurance – known as gaman. Educational methods often focus on teaching children the value of tolerance, giving harsh punishments, and avoiding anything that looks like indulgence. But when Ms. Tsutsumi watched her son sink into depression, she feared what might happen if she tried to force him back into the classroom. She begins to lose hope when Torahito sees a television advertisement for an e-sports school. She’s not sure if that’s a good idea, but “the most important thing is that he wants to attend,” she said.

Andy Brown wrote a post for NME on a Haunted DOOM map inspired by House Of Leaves. A quick post on a map whose layout changes constantly as you explore and visit previous areas. It looks great.

The mod is quickly gaining the attention of Doom fans, with many praising the mod’s surreal changes. Speaking about the process of creating the map, Vddge said it was designed in memory of a deceased friend — but the attachments to the mod, including a disturbing diary and scrapbook, even give see this as a mysterious part of the mod.

On Unwinnable, Brian Lee-Mounger Hendershot wrote about lifelong friends make friends in death games. Look at Dirty Bomb, a game that has long since lost developer support but still has rentable servers. Yes, they may only host a few, but the number of players is not everything. In fact, the much smaller number of players helped create a much greater sense of community.

“IN [the] best case, 20, 30 people [were] Kruljac said. “And those are 20, 30 people that you care about. . . I don’t want 1,000 viewers. I just want these 20 or 30 people and [to] chat with them. And you’ve actually created a community within a community. That’s really, really nice. It’s super perfect.”

People Making Game has released a new vid! Quinns is loose in the world of Microsoft Excel esports. My favorite part is when Quinns and Chris team up and do an Excel task, to see how their scores compare to the world champion. They really run the emotional gamut.

Music this week is Stacking Chairs by Middle Kids. This is Spotify link And YouTube link. This one beauty.

Bonus music is ナイロンの糸 of Sakanaction. Any translation help is good for this, does my phone say something about rice and nylon? Anyway, it’s a good song. This is Spotify link And YouTube link.

We haven’t talked about books in a while, have we? I don’t read super fast, that doesn’t help. But my two favorite books so far this year are Lapvona by Ottessa Moshfegh And Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut.

I’ve heard many things about the Lapvona’s grit made purely for shocking value. I couldn’t disagree more. I read somewhere that it was written by someone smarter than us, and I think that’s true. Moshfegh gets right to the heart of things, but still leaves a lot to unpack.

Slaughterhouse Five is an anti-war, time travel film. Happy, sad, jarring. I can see why it’s hailed as a classic. Please read it!

Finally, I won’t be available for the next few weeks as I will be taking a break, but I will be looking for a replacement so that Paps can continue on my behalf. Take care of yourself and see you later!


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