The little golden guy is back, and so is Gav! Get the ballot run-down and what it would take to keep the ceremony’s (albeit meager) upward viewership trend going this Sunday.
Free-to-play games, love them or hate them, are without a doubt here to stay. Free-to-play has proven itself to be attractive enough to entice players, and reliable enough to save developers, and it’s reign has only just begun.
Xbox ONE could push television’s evolution back several years just as we approach a breakthrough.
It’s widely agreed that video game movies aren’t all that good. They’re satisfactory at best, and insulting at worst depending on the demographic.
Let’s be honest. In the years and years that many of us have been playing games the medium has only had a handful of masterful changes. Everything can’t be Super Mario 64 and Portal. So when something new or unique does come around we often find developers in love with the very idea of using it. That’s when the horse dies and we get to witness the slow beating of his quick time eventing, waggle controling, brown and blooming corpse.