The Doctors beat a hasty retreat from the clutches of EA, the Greek Government detains two developers from Bohemia Interactive, and Sony faces precipitous financial woes in the week’s grim tidings.
Bioware talk monetising the consumer, Bioware reveal a drop in interest toward Mass Effect 3, and the Hyrule Historia knocks Fifty Shades of Grey from the top of Amazon’s best sellers chart in this week’s out of touch news regressions.
Another Dragon Age game tanks, European Max Payne 3 sales beat out Diablo III, and Aliens: Colonial Marines and DmC get delayed until 2013 in this week’s flaccid Electronic Bionews!
In the spirit of blatant untimeliness, Riddles gives his personal year-in-review of the year 2011, as pertains to gaming. So three months ago, right?
Join SN as he probes Japan’s bloated carcass to ask: what do JRPG developers need to learn from the West?
SN plumbs the depths of madness searching to better understand the gibbering feckless characters and destructive tendencies of Western developers. Also: a kitty photo!
That’s right, we’re getting all literary up in here.
I may just be an unfrozen caveman lawyer, but I do know this… game journalists are not lawyers (as a rule). A lot of people have the same types of questions about games: what can game companies and publishers really do with end-user license agreements (EULAs)? That is always a tricky proposition; there are lots more »
The Dragon Age 2 demo is out, for those of my readers that live in caves. As longtime followers my jaunty scribblings will testify, I was a big fan of Dragon Age: Origins, both in terms of its solid, BioWare-infused gameplay and the foray into dark fantasy storytelling, which is often passed over in favor more »
When is the correct time, and what is the correct pace in which to modernise a franchise. Should it even occur if a winning formula is not broken? NOPE! Funnily enough this line of questioning wasn’t prompted by Final Fantasy XIII (the worst game ever created). Complete morons will try to tell you that the more »