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? …
2015 marks 30 years since the release of Monty on the Run, Monty Mole’s strongest video game outing. Here’s a recap of an early gaming character you probably haven’t heard of before…
A look back at the games I played during PAXAus.
In which I quote Clausewitz, just to prove my university education wasn’t a total waste.
When Kickstarter-backed projects like Yogventures collapse, it’s important to look closely at them to see what the lessons are. In this case, it appears a key lesson is, “The backers are screwed”.
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.)
The Octagon Theatre, that is. The Perth Writers Festival recently held the Game Changers sessions that featured a strong line up of modern video game writers. This is my rambling perspective of that event.
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.
The GTA series has always courted controversy, but I think Rockstar backed off in one area it had the power to change.