Not all quests are created equal – some have you fighting the Templars to better humankind, some have you looking through the trash.
Playing Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons made me feel some things, but it probably wasn’t what I was meant to feel. (Contains ***SPOILERS*** about the game’s narrative.)
I previously said that massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) don’t have the future they once did. Time to elaborate on that.
Last year I made a number of predictions about the MMO market for 2013. Time to pay the piper… and unfortunately he collects with interest.
For projects funded from 2009 through to the end of 2012, the majority of successful Kickstarter video games remain undelivered to the people who helped finance them.
I’m completed a project-by-project update of all the successful video game Kickstarters to see how many have actually delivered on their promises. Analysis to come soon, but the list is done!
Marvel Agent of SHIELD underperforms on numerous levels and is also oddly against the kind of narrative usually seen in Marvel comics. Here, the dark suited government agents who want to control superhumans are allegedly the good guys.
City of Titans has launched its Kickstarter and has been fully funded. Although it offers an attractive dream of brining City of Heroes back, it isn’t going to get anywhere near what it is promising.
Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning is closing down in December of this year. It’s a MMO that never lived up to its potential or its pre-launch hype.
Since its very successful Kickstarter, OUYA has done a great job making itself look terrible.