If you haven’t seen the Oculus Rift or our article on it, then you’re missing out. The project is now fully funded and the boys at the Vault shot a discussion video talking about the possibilities that the Rift offers and what we want to see done with this new and exciting tech! Comment below […]
Our final interview from E3 2012 with Sean Murray from Hello Games. Never played “Joe Danger?” For shame! It’s a wonderfully fun and campy game that you should all check out. If you listen closely, Sean talks about his four-man team’s efforts to make “Joe Danger” and the new features in “Joe Danger 2: The […]
Interested in what David Jaffe is up to these days? Check out our interview with him at E3! We got him on the floor and it’s a great clip of him talking about a project he’s looking into and a call out to all you interested in it!
We got the chance to talk to Nick Puleo, owner and managing editor of Co-Optimus.com, at E3 2012 about his new game, “SCHAR: Blu Shield Alliance,” and he offered some advice to aspiring game developers.
Former “X-Play” host and veteran video-game journalist Adam Sessler takes a minute to tell us what he’s excited about at E3 this year.
Attendees at E3 2012 speak their minds and let us know what they’re looking forward to as well as the things they couldn’t care less about.
It lives! Our interview with the creators of “Outbreak: Undead!” Please watch and you may learn a thing or two from these driven individuals who made their own game. To learn more about the game go to their website and their Facebook page here.
Thinking of a fighting mechanic for your game? Why not freeflow combat? Check out this discussion video of John and Parker dissecting freeflow combat and what it does for a game!
With the demand for digital versions of games now at a record high, Parker and Anders discuss their feelings about downloadable games. How do you feel about the Live Marketplace and the PSN Store? Do you like them? Do you miss physical copies of games? Tell us what you think!
How do you feel about free-to-play games? With so many massively multiplayer online (MMO) and browser-based games coming out, we think this question is definitely relevant to today’s gaming industry. Tell us what you think after watching this Open for Discussion video!