Creative Directer Ocean Quigley, Gameplay Lead Dan Moskowitz, and Lead Architect Andrew Willmott have left EA/Maxis to form an indie studio, Jellygrade. An interesting move, but Im going to remain skeptical for the time being. Forming a studio to develop an iPad game just seems like a bad move with the shape of the current market.
Riot Games eSports manager Nick Allen:
This was a lengthy process; we had a lot of people fighting for this and it wasn’t something that happened overnight. This was a constant back and forth of ‘show us more proof… is this realistic?’ and that sort of thing. Eventually it got to the point where they were like ‘we have no reason to say no… okay, this is legitimate’.
The U.S. Now Recognizes eSports Players As Professional AthletesTo the general public, the idea that those who play video g
Nintendo’s in trouble right now. Nintendo, I think, waited two years too long to launch a competitive, high definition console…I think by the time they did launch a console which stacks up really well, the other two guys [Sony and Microsoft] passed them by, and I think they’re in a world of trouble right now.
I wouldn’t go so far as to say Nintendo is in trouble, but they have definitely waited too long. Between the poor marketing of the Wii U, and the lack of real third party support, its h
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Among them, the Minecraft clone Guncraft.
Steam :: :: Eleven More Titles Greenlit TodayIn continuing with smaller, more frequent batches, we’ve just Greenlit eight more games and three software titles. These titles were selected on the same criteria we have been using in the past: Votes in Greenlight give us a hugely valuable point of data in gauging community interest along with exte…STEAM
Between this, the lawsuit with Epic Games, and the PR disaster surrounding the failed crowd funding attempt, I’m starting to think there really is a curse over Silicon Knights.
Precursor Games founding member arrested by police on child pornography chargesFormer Silicon Knights director of content and Precursor Games founding member Kenneth McCulloch has been arrested by police on charges related to child pornography, according to a media release...PolygonMichael McWhertor
Inspired by the ASCII taxt game, Candy Box. Incredibly minimal and fun.
A Dark RoomA minimalist text adventure
Following a $50 price cut and mere days before it’s expected launch, Nvidia pushed back their mobile game console citing a “mechanical issue”
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The big question in the gaming industry is, which is the better console — and what does a naked woman look like?
Despite the new rating system in Australia, the upcomg Saints Row game is effectively banned because it:
includes interactive, visual depictions of implied sexual violence which are not justified by context. In addition, the game includes elements of illicit or proscribed drug use related to incentives or rewards. Such depictions are prohibited by the computer games guidelines.
<i>Saints Row IV</i> effectively banned under new Australian rating sy<i>Saints Row IV</i> is the first video gam
In OZombie, players will battle a brain-eating Scarecrow for control of Oz with the help of the Lion, Tin Woodsman and the great-great-granddaughter of Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz.
Ever since the first Alice game, I’ve been fascinated with American McGee’s macabre twist on classic tales. I can’t want to see the outcome of this if it gets funded.
American McGee’s Spicy Horse brings OZombie to KickstarterOZombie, the twisted take on L.Frank Baum's Oz from American McGee's studio S
In-depth review of the source code for the original Prince of Persia game.
Prince Of Persia Code Review Part 1