How to get the most out of your Kickstarter indie game funding campaign.
The PS Vita often sits on a lonely shelf by itself in today's console gaming market. The handheld system that featured the likes of Uncharted, Minecraft, Call of Duty, and Borderlands in its early days has been the designated JRPG machine ever since. Fans have become disillusioned with the potential of the device as more first and third party developers are dropping Vita support... Continue Reading →
Updated: Nov 30 2017 Ah, the video game documentary. Until only a few years ago, filmmakers rarely took interest in the ins and outs of the industry enough to devote their work to its archival. Thankfully for the Netflix scroller however, many have since decided to delve deeper behind the pixels and the results are... Continue Reading →
In the year of VR, augmented reality has seen a slow but sure uptake. Since it was brought to the mainstream via the Nintendo 3DS years ago more and more development companies are delving into augmented design for their products. One particular venture beginning to take form is the AR board game. There seem to... Continue Reading →
SteamHammerVR is described as a steampunk envisioning of Victorian London which sees you don the Steam Hammer exo-suit in order to defeat Professor Rattwurm and his waves of ever-changing enemies. Developers Gamestorm VR have launched a Kickstarter page to raise funds for their project that has just been Greenlit on Steam. Seeking £40,000, the project... Continue Reading →
We were all wary of Mighty No. 9's release, none more so than those who initially backed the ill-fated Kickstarter project from Keiji Inafune. So when the title actually launched on Monday, the underwhelmed responses didn't come as a surprise. What is surprising though, is the seemingly universal backlash to the platformer from all angles, in and... Continue Reading →
It's your weekly newsletter from your favourite Mario Minion. Last week we saw Battlefield 1 give Call of Duty a possible early death sentence with its trailer premiere, a host of successful betas, and Battleborn's release. Here's all the game releases and events you need to stay in the know about this week, as well as an insight into what's... Continue Reading →
Though the very first Oculus Rift shipments were completed late last month, many preorder-ers are facing month long delays with new shipment dates being pushed back. The issues began when customers received emails from the original VR startup in early April explaining that some issues were preventing shipment dates from being realised. Some of these... Continue Reading →