Next-gen consoles are providing THE platform for developers to publish large - and small - scale games like never before. Games like The Elder Scrolls Online, Infamous: Second Son and even the newly announced The Last of Us - Remastered are so lush and expansive that I can honestly say that we have finally come to a point in the industry where games are starting to live up to the expectations of gamers.
But there’s another genre of game that has become a go-to for an enjoyable, always unique ... read more
I am a big fan for technology that works on the first shot. Now I'm not talking about something as simple as the Spork or as complex as a high-end sports car, but both of these things have their merits - but I digress. In a previous life, when I worked retail at two of the Apple Stores in Maryland, I used to always tell people exactly what I thought of the technology that is made by Apple: "It just works."
Although this article isn't about an Apple-made product, it is about an Apple accessory; ... read more
We have all been there. We work hard on something only to have it not work, or we hope for something to happen that never does. Life is tough, but the challenges that we work through make us who we are.
What about the books and articles that we read or the movies and shows that we watch throughout our travels? As with our own characteristics that we may find undesirable, don’t we identify with the flawed characters that grace the screen and page regardless of whether they are fictional ... read more
What happens when you have complete control over the events of a story? Typically, this kind of freedom is only available to authors who create characters, establish a setting and then throw them together to make events occur.
But thanks to the trio of creative minds at the Australian - based, indie game development company Loveshack Entertainment (Twitter: @loveshackers), you will soon have that very ability at your fingertips with their noir puzzle game FRAMED.
So what exactly is a “noir ... read more
It's no secret that I like to write about games. But something that I enjoy more than that is talking to other people about games. Their likes, their dislikes and even what games they are looking forward to regardless of platform.
From time to time, there’s a moment in a (gaming-based) conversation that catches me off guard. It let’s me know that the discussion was truly a great one - if even only between the two people talking. These moments occur days, weeks or months after the initial ... read more