You ever feel like being an NPC is consuming your existence? Like, yeah, maybe I’m a coffee merchant for some of my week, but that’s not WHO I am. Providing caffeinated consumables to players as they go about their game is just something I do to earn my keep.
In life, everyone is the hero of their own story
Although I am writing this series with gamers in mind, I realize that some non-gamers may come here as well. With that in mind, I’ll be linking gamer-specific terms to a glossary page for those that need a definition. You can find the glossary and definitions HERE if you’d like it open from the start. I will be updating the terms used as the series goes on, so be sure to check back if a new term pops up that you aren’t familiar with.
As gamers, we know that the love for video games as an entertainment medium extends beyond the screen. We collect figures, comics, curtains, pillows, mugs, all of the things that make a house into a gaming home. Building a library of gaming related books really helps add some flare to your home, so today I’m going to share with you five of my favorite gaming art books.
The following article is a review of the porn game Tits N Tanks published by Nutaku.net. Although this article doesn’t contain any pornographic imagery it still covers topics around the adult entertainment industry. If that’s not your thing, or if you’re under age, turn back now. You have been warned.
If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know that late last year we met with Denzel Weatherspoon of Dennel Cake LLC to talk about a new game he had in the works: Obsolete Souls
At first I wasn’t sure what was going on, then I realized it was all a ruse. Devolver puts out some of the most action packed, over-the-top games and this conference is no different. Warning: The content of this event is not for the feint of heart. Viewer discretion advised.
Not only did Bethesda make some pretty big announcements this year, they also broke out their witty sarcasm. Remarking on Walmart Canada’s inability to keep a secret and the buggy nature of their games was just the start.
If you weren’t able to catch Microsoft’s announcements at E3, the one thing you should know is: there were a lot of them. New exclusives, world premieres, and new studios. Let’s jump right in and give you the recap.
In case you missed the EA Play event at E3 yesterday, or you just need a refresher, here’s a quick recap of the announcements made.