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.
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.
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.
A bit more analysis about Kickstarter delivery rates for video games – adding a year to any indicated Kickstarter delivery date is a smart move.
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.
I said previously that if Valve wants to move PC gamers to the couch, they’d need to give them a controller that could replace keyboard and mouse. That’s what Valve announced on Friday.
Both WildStar and The Elder Scrolls Online have announced they are launching with subscription models. Those who don’t learn from multiple past failures are doomed to repeat it.
In going with a new operating system (OS) and its own licenced pseudo-PCs, Valve seems to be fighting an old batter rather than looking ahead.
The GTA series has always courted controversy, but I think Rockstar backed off in one area it had the power to change.
Since its very successful Kickstarter, OUYA has done a great job making itself look terrible.