One of my dreams as a kid was to work as a game developer. For this reason or that, it hasn’t come true yet, but I have discovered a way to fulfill my love of games in my writing. As soon as I... by Zach Stratton1 week ago
For those of you who have been closely following any news concerning Star Wars Battlefront, you know that the game will not feature a single-player campaign. At Gamescom 2015, GameSpot took the... by Charly Mottet2 weeks ago
In recent years, indie games have seen a revival of sorts, with independent developers from America and Europe pumping out new games every single day.
But since 2011, one indie games studio in... by Bryan C. Tan1 month ago
Homeworld's had a suprisingly good resurrgence recently, which is great for strategy fans. Yet, there's a whole lot more that could be done with 3D strategy titles. It's also been ages since we... by Elijah Beahm1 month ago
The initial Kickstarter attempt for Dimension Drive, the first game by Dutch developer 2Awesome Studio, fell victim to a troll who saw fit to 'donate' enough to see the game reach its pledge goal.... by Anne-Marie Coyle1 month ago
We reached out to the newly renamed Fullbright, the creators behind indie hit Gone Home and now the E3-featured sci-fi title Tacoma. Kate Craig, the environment artist behind both games, shares... by Matt Amenda2 months ago
In May, DONTNOD developers had a showcase at BAFTA for their highly succesful game Life is Strange. Recently footage of the event has been released on the Life is Strange YouTube page.
The... by Pip Simon2 months ago
Threatening to murder the company’s assistant isn’t the most conventional way to secure employment, but that’s exactly what Troy Baker did to get the role of Pagan Min.
Underground Geek Network... by Anne-Marie Coyle2 months ago
Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jason Rosa, the president of Studio Daisho LLC, and ask him about the development of The Center, a new sci-fi action-adventure game.
The Center is... by Pip Simon2 months ago
Earlier this week, GameSkinny was able to sit down and chat with David Grund, the sole member of indie game studio, Wayward Prophet. This one-man operation is the developer behind World's Dawn, a... by Manisha Hossain2 months ago
Throwing it back to the old fuzzy feelings you felt as a kid playing on your NES, the indie studio Mad Gear Games is producing a new, retro-styled 2D project. Think of Castlevania and Megaman... by Victor Ren2 months ago
It's Monday night, and I'm typing with one hand, holding my phone with the other. Three faces are looking at me as I try to wrangle technology and old fashioned note-taking. This is my interview... by Kristian Wilson2 months ago
We are entering a whole new age for eSports, with championship tournaments for games like League of Legends filling whole stadiums with spectators. It's an exciting time for fans of competitive... by Ryan Martinez2 months ago
Giant Squid's ABZÛ took E3 2015 by storm, receiving multiple nominations and awards for its beautifully enchanting underwater world. Wanting to know more about the game's soundscape, I contacted... by KungFro2 months ago
Ten of Naughty Dog's talented artists were a part of a series of panels for students at Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood. The event was designed for students to grow their skillset and... by Pip Simon2 months ago
We live in an age where games like Gone Home and Dear Esther find success, but some indie devs aim to add a bit more to the experience. David Szymanski is one such developer, creating a wide... by Elijah Beahm2 months ago
Hurtworld is a multiplayer, open-world, survival shooter currently in development by Bankroll Studios, an independent studio located in Melbourne, Australia. I sat down with the CEO of Bankroll,... by Ford James2 months ago
Guerrilla Games made waves at E3 with their announcement of Horizon Zero Dawn. Guerrilla Games is well known for their shooter series Killzone, though in Horizon Zero Dawn they aim to get into the... by Pip Simon2 months ago