I recently read an article from the developer of one unreleased Kickstarted video game pointing out the flaws of other failed Kickstarted video games and saw an interesting discrepancy. The Kickstarter page listed 10 developers working on the project, while the article author indicated that “just two programmers and one part-time artist” worked on getting …
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”.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” is a Xanatos Gambit for Marvel Studios.
It’s of concern when the most entertainment I got from my time at the Melbourne Mana Bar was by myself in the toilets.
I want to see equitable treatment of men and women in the gaming scene. Unfortunately I don’t think puting male and female pro-gamers in the same open-for-all tournament structure is going to help achieve this.
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…)
Pre-funding titles in alpha, beta, etc is an act of trust… and there plenty of reasons why that trust is being eroded.
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.)
Around the start of the year I changed the name of this blog from Vicarious Existence to Evilasahobby. Here’s why.
I previously said that massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) don’t have the future they once did. Time to elaborate on that.