Each week our resident Indie Gamer Nicholas takes a look at a different Indie Game that you may or may not have heard about. Join him on his adventures as he sifts through the rubbish to find The Indie Game of the Week.
Creativity is something that isn't exactly in short supply where web-series are concerned. It should therefore come as no surprise that the geek community has far, far more to offer than just The Guild.
Director and co-owner of Ironclad Games today said that the Real-Time-Strategy genre is "a dying market." The problem is, he may be right.
It's an unfortunate reality of entertainment, particularly in the games industry: someone popularizes something; be it a lighting technique, a game mechanic, or a story device. Before long, everybody's doing it, and they're overused to the point of saturation.
Yep. I’m jumping on the bandwagon. I’ve been musing for a while on whether or not I should bother with the topic – after all, it’s been tread and re-tread in depth for quite some time now. Even so; I feel like I’ve a bit to share on the matter.
These are some of the most tragic, hard-luck characters in gaming.
Our list of the top 10 MMORPGs that we will be seeing in 2013 and beyond.
Why do we need to talk about gaming? Because it's an insanely young industry compared to TV and Movies and Books and etc. The culture surrounding games is awful, let's fix it.
Oftentimes, the most memorable thing about a narrative won’t be the heroes, or what they accomplished in the face of impossible odds. It’ll be the folks they were fighting against – the villains.
My issue with DRM isn’t the DRM itself – it’s the shoddy, half-cocked way most developers tend to implement it.