In the highly competitive world of battle royale games, it can be hard to attract and keep players. Having a good new player experience is essential for titles if they want to survive. Spellbreak has a bit of an issue here though – it puts early players up against bots, letting them win early on, …
There is a lot of media the shows off post-apocalyptic life as something exciting – those who survive get to learn new skills, discover things about themselves and maybe even score a new love interest or family. However, what it turned out that life after the end of the world was a bit, well, boring? …
A look back at the games I played during PAXAus.
I haven’t been updating this blog because I’ve been playing video games instead. This is my current list.
(This post may contain some *SPOILERS* for some titles. Not many and not big spoilers, but just in case…)
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.)
It’s disappointing that more people didn’t buy Rayman Legends, because it’s a game that can make you smile simply as you play through it.
Harley Quinn’s Revenge is a short and slightly unsatisfying return to Arkham City. Contains ***SPOILERS***
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.
A brief overview of all the games I’ve finished since February this year, plus the titles I’ve yet to start.
A comparison of Xbox Live cards and the challenge of getting to the alpha-numeric gibberish they hold.