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Link FWD: Groups and Organizations

Game Forward LogoSince its inception in 2008, Game Forward has been collecting links related to Serious Games, Health & Fitness Games, Educational Games, Game Accessibility and Virtual Worlds. This article will serve as a link repository that will be updated and edited on a monthly basis. 

We have separated our links into three categories; Education and Research, Groups and Organizations and Hardware and Software Developers. If you feel that a link to your website should be included by Game Forward, please leave a comment below or send a detailed e-mail to links[at]gamefwd[dot]org. Please note that we are not interested in participating in advertising-style link exchanges and have set up these articles as a resource for people interested in the subjects we cover. Thank you for your co-operation. Read More...

Link FWD: Education and Research

Game Forward LogoSince its inception in 2008, Game Forward has been collecting links related to Serious Games, Health & Fitness Games, Educational Games, Game Accessibility and Virtual Worlds. This article will serve as a link repository that will be updated and edited on a monthly basis. 

We have separated our links into three categories; Education and Research, Groups and Organizations and Hardware and Software Developers. If you feel that a link to your website should be included by Game Forward, please leave a comment below or send a detailed e-mail to links[at]gamefwd[dot]org. Please note that we are not interested in participating in advertising-style link exchanges and have set up these articles as a resource for people interested in the subjects we cover. Thank you for your co-operation. Read More...

Mortal Kombat Demo Impressions

Mortal Kombat LogoThis reboot of the venerable fighting franchise seems to be hitting all the right notes judging from this demo, a one week exclusive to PlayStation Plus members. The Mortal Kombat demo features four characters—Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Johnny Cage and Mileena—and two classic arenas to fight in: The Pit and The Living Forest.

I haven’t played a Mortal Kombat game since Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks was released, so I haven’t been keeping up on additions made to the actual fighting game over the past few years. I went into this demo with fresh eyes and tons of arcade nostalgia and came away impressed and excited to get my hands on the final retail version in April of 2011. Read More…