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Travis Larchuk

Travis Larchuk appears in the following:

Q&A: Nintendo President Says Don't Count Out Mario

Thursday, June 12, 2014

The once-powerful name in gaming has been relegated to third-place status in recent years. Nintendo of America chief Reggie Fils-Aime says Mario and other franchises are key to the company's future.

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Microsoft And Sony Kick Off E3 With Dueling Announcements

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Every year, gamers turn their eyes to Los Angeles for E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo. It's the annual video game industry convention.

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Joust To The Music: Video Game Evolves Beyond The Screen

Friday, May 09, 2014

A new high-tech game is a little like musical-chairs-meets-tag. Johann Sebastian Joust is a video game — but without the video. A technology expert sees it as a return to traditional types of play.

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Broken Age's Adventure Started Long Before Pressing Start

Saturday, February 08, 2014

The new game Broken Age is an intentional throwback to the old-school adventure genre. But the story of how the game was made is just as interesting as the one it tells.

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Disney Rolls Characters Together In New Video Game

Monday, June 24, 2013

Disney is about to release the video game Disney: Infinity. Each game comes with a collectible toy figurine that activates parts of the game when placed on a special base. In the game, different Disney characters will interact with each other. Captain Jack Sparrow can play or fight with Mr. Incredible in the world of The Nightmare Before Christmas. To understand the new Disney game, you first need to look at another game that's been a blockbuster for Activision, Skylanders.

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Jell-O Tries Out Edgy Social Media Campaign

Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Jell-O launched an ad campaign last week called Fun My Life, which piggybacks off the profane Twitter hashtag #FML. Advertising consultants are divided over whether the campaign is brilliant or crosses the line of good taste.

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In Warhol's Memory, Soup Cans And Coke Bottles

Monday, August 06, 2012

While the cemetery that houses the artist's grave is conventional, the grave site itself is anything but. Fans and admirers regularly leave colorful mementos on his tombstone outside of Pittsburgh, and a local artist and Warhol historian even holds graveside birthday parties for the late pop art con.

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