Mel ponders and pontificates about the difference between wanting more of the same experience in a new game or wanting something completely different. It could be that both are great reasons to buy games or that Mel is just WRONG. Find out!
Comcept, the developer behind Mighty No. 9, named outspoken feminist, Dina Abou Karam, as their community manager. The ensuing battle was filled with so much shallowness on the side of Dina’s supporters that Gyme nearly exploded.
Early access has been running on Steam for nine months now. Imitanis looks at a few of the games he owns, and evaluates how well the service has worked for them.
Ethos does not want to work. He wants to bang on his drums all day. Except replace “drums” with “piano” and “bang on” with “play”. While he waits for that dream to come true, he wrote some words about video games. Read them.
Lusipurr is joined by SiliconNooB and Mel in an evaluation of England’s continuing poor form with the bat and bad luck with the ball. A rambling trip through the week’s news, and the games of yesteryear, rounds out an extended-length, pre-holiday podcast.
Randy Pitchford is a PR nightmare, the PS4 gets away to a flying start, and Turn 10 go into damage control in the news of the week!
Mel is a grump this week as he discusses a few things in games he wishes would just go away. Maybe the holidays are to blame or maybe the grump quota at the site was recently increased. Either way, grump on over and give a look see.
The shift in power towards the West has flooded gaming with many concepts and ideas, most of them terrible. Today, Gyme takes a look at one that has been extremely hit or miss, morality choice. Give the bunnies food or slaughter them? Such a hard choice!
Steam has become a phenomenon in PC gaming. With so much power over the fate of gaming, what would happen if Gabe were no longer in charge? Imitanis looks at the problems that could arise should Gabe die or decide to permanently leave Valve.
It only took him nine tries, but Ethos finally answers reader questions in this edition of Editorial Miscellany. Was the wait worth it? No. No the wait was not worth it, but read it anyway please?