We all have that amazing game in our heads that someday, somehow, some nebulous body should build and make like, a billion dollars from it. Well, I found nearly every single one of my longshot dream games are already being made, thanks to Kickstarter.
If you're reading this, the odds are good that you 1) hate your job and 2) can't really do much about it. But if you, say, were working on a project that would be seen by millions of people, then you could get creative about expressing your displeasure.
Video games might actually be good for something after all. But remember, games are neither good nor evil -- it's all in what you do with them.
Some inventions come too late, and some would have collapsed the economy if they'd come any earlier.
If your game does something innovative that shapes the industry, we will remember it forever. Scratch that, someone else will do it and bury yours.
We have all of these amazing, fantastic, borderline magical creations in our hands that, in many ways, dwarf all the wildest predictions of yesteryear -- and we've got the balls to stand around and bitch that they're taking too long to load. So I thought we could all stop the hate-coaster for a moment, and take a minute to reflect on what modern ga
Here are the ridiculous video game innovations nobody asked for, and yet somebody went ahead and made them real.
These are games that used real effort to miss the points harder than SEGA, and they added furry romance to a game about a killing robots with spikes.
MMORGs are just like the rest of the internet -- no matter how big a dick you've seen, somewhere there's an even bigger one doing unspeakable things to people.
Skyrim is vast, complex and incredibly dense. It is less a game than it is a fantastical life simulator. And that is very bad news for those of us who might be terrible assholes and still kind of in denial about it.
Downloadable content for games sounds like a great idea. Unfortunately, companies more or less extort your money for this subpar content.
Is it simply lines of code, or demonic possession? You be the judge.
Look, I know it's highly unlikely that I would have ever been Batman, but I just didn't think the option would be completely off the table at this point in my life, you know? Yes, I'm poor, cowardly, out of shape, and the only thing I want to 'avenge' is that time somebody took one of my beers out of the company fridge without asking.