History is taught with intentions to prevent similar tragedies from occurring again. But once one title was able to successfully begin a yearly cycle, it was too tempting not to repeat history. It began as something innocent, a way to… Read More »
It’s time to discuss whether or not we really should be reviewing games.
Submerged in the depths of outerspace, phobias become a thing of the past. As the opposition flutters around you, it becomes clear; it’s either them or me. Antagonizing slowly evolved into a ruthless hunt as you stalk the approaching enemy…. Read More »
The Evil Within has been fairly divisive during its time at PAX East 2014. Some people adored the old-school Resident Evil vibe while others thought that move was a step in the wrong direction. Some thought it was terrifying, others… Read More »
Television was a very important hurdle for the videogame industry to surpass. Yes, there had been game commercials on the tube since the 80’s, but games themselves didn’t become a focus until really the 00’s. I know what you’re thinking,… Read More »
Michael Zack joins Jarrett Green to discuss his article “The Real Reason Nintendo is In Trouble.” We also discuss internet trolls, and how to think like a business.
History repeats Itself: Can You Decipher the Pattern?
More podcasting goodness from the PAX floor.
Alex, Jacob and Zack all got to play different rolls in Evolve, and here they share their thoughts.
I had the chance to sit down with Will Miller, one of the lead designers on Civilization: Beyond Earth, what called a follow up to both XCOM Enemy Unknown and Civilization 5. Podcast: Play in new window | Download |… Read More »
Independent development has produced a stunning surge within the past few years to the point where the masses are craving indie titles. Creativity and ingenuity is at the threshold in the game industry, but Microsoft seemed to be reluctant for… Read More »
Fract is both confusing and mesmerizing at the same time. I didn’t know what to expect, but was interested in the low polygon, vibrant neon colors. The world resembles Tron meets, FarCry 3: Blood Dragon. Fract is a musical exploration… Read More »