With the pandemic taking center stage for most of 2020, no longer meeting in person has started a new spark of blogging. But with a twist. Blog posts are no longer found on a website, but instead inside your inbox.
An ongoing list of everything I finally got around to playing in 2021. Some games were new releases, while other games came out in the past that I finally got around to playing.
GhostWhisper covers two main areas I wish the main editor did a better job at: quick posting and live blogging.
Today I’m thrilled to announce Jaded Gamer, a new mobile app development studio.
Now I just need to buy a CD drive to access my old backups.
Bioware's Anthem was supposed to be their next big IP. Unfortunately, it never gained the same traction as their other games like Dragon Age or Mass Effect.
It's been announced development has shifted from Hardsuit Labs to Paradox Interactive
The Viking inspired survival game has already hit 2-million players since it arrived on Steam Early access just two weeks ago. With their small team of 5, the developers at Iron Gate and Coffee Stain Publishing have already made close to $28 million after Steam's 20% revenue cut.
Just when I think 2021 can't get weirder, I hear about this announcement. The 25th anniversary also kicks off the P25 music program, featuring a handful of artists creating original, Pokemon inspired songs. Katy Perry was the first artist to be announced as part of the project.
I played a lot of games this year. Though it didn’t really feel like it, until I finally sat down to make a list. It also gave me a chance to finally catch up to a lot of games I missed from last year.
Stradia launched just a little over a year ago, and they're already shutting down both of their internal studios in Los Angeles and Montreal.
On a whim, I decided to boot up Journey on the PS4 again the other night.