Examining the feature-length stories from the Gamasutra network, here's the top full-length features and blogs of the past two weeks (after once again skipping a week!) on big sister 'art and business of gaming' site Gamasutra, plus the new pieces from educational site GameCareerGuide that debuted of recent.

We're continuing our new format that simply has basic links to the Gamasutra and GameCareerGuide features, but also points out the articles rounding up our Member Blogs and Expert Blogs sections on Gamasutra.

Here's the rundown for the last fourteen days:

- The last two weeks of notable Gamasutra features includes interviews with the producer of THQ's Homefront, with Valve's Erik Johnson on Portal 2, with Battle.net's Greg Canessa, plus a postmortem of the Deadliest Warrior game.

Also in there - worldwide social game opportunities, the secret of AI in Uncharted 2, a piece on indie gaming in Japan, a detailed feature on pitching your game to publishers, and more.

- In the two most recent Gamasutra Expert Blogs round-ups, one focuses on indie jam sessions, game clones, and the challenges of operating a startup developer -- and the other covers meaningful choice in MMOs, a look at the state of XNA, and the dangerous rise of the moble App market.

- The latest two Gamasutra Member Blogs focus on firstly morality in games, difficulty settings, and the current incarnations of cheating. - and secondly on the failures of horror games, an alternative to random loot drops, and the possibility of gaming addiction.

- Educational site GameCareerGuide's latest features include a column on designing games referencing Team Fortress 2, plus new game narrative analyses on Persona 3 and on Portal and a further look at the promise of episodic games.