Today I sit down with Nicholas Spargo about his upcoming JRPG Melancholy Republic. We talk about what it's like being a volunteer game development; how it's like building a JRPG focused on... by Elijah Beahm21 hours ago
There are two parts of this interview before this page and if you missed them check out Part 1 and Part 2.
Landon: Was it a tough decision to move the setting a few months later in time in order... by Landon Sommer4 days ago
If you missed Part 1, go back here and check it out.
Landon: Speaking of deck types. I think Sloane Hucksters is one that people are drooling over now that wasn't even something we would have... by Landon Sommer4 days ago
Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with one of Doomtown: Reloaded's lead designers, Mark Wootton. We discussed design decisions, the popularity of the game, and what players... by Landon Sommer4 days ago
Orcs Must Die! Unchained is the third iteration of the popular Orcs Must Die! series. In keeping up with the latest gaming trends, Orcs has moved from a tower defence to co-op and now, the latest... by Rachael Johnston2 weeks ago
RPG Clicker is a free-to-play game out for Android that takes inspiration from RPGs and from Cookie Clicker, a fantasy pixel RPG simplified to one finger touch.
RPG Clicker is simple and easy... by Lampstradamus1 month ago
Expectations couldn't be higher for the latest entry in The Legend of Zelda series. An interview with the producer reveals that it will be another Zelda game that tests the limits of the hardware... by Brian Spaen1 month ago
Most gamers know how important independent developers are, the new kids on the block so to speak. Without them, the ideas crafted by men and women, like us, wouldn’t see the light of day.... by Jay Prodigious2 months ago
Brian Hong is currently the Marketing Director for Namco Bandai Games. Brian has worked on titles such as, Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3, Armored Core 5, and even Dark Souls. I recently had an... by Eric Nicolai2 months ago
Exploding Kittens, a card game designed by Elan Lee and Shane Small and illustrated by Matthew Inman--The Oatmeal--has blown up on Kickstarter and more. There are 56 cards in this little deck of... by Neej Yang2 months ago
One of two teams competing in the finals tomorrow at SWC, Titan is a force to be reckoned with. I chatted with Titan's Ataraxia about their strategy so far and what they think of the Smite World... by Amanda Erickson3 months ago
The video game console controller grants power to those who possess it. Siblings fight over it, and parents confiscate it as punishment. While the controller does not discriminate, game developers... by Chris_Lemus3 months ago
Shigeru Miyamoto--head of Nintendo Co. in Japan--appeared in Los Angeles today for an interview with famous YouTuber iJustine. During the interview, iJustine brings up a solid variety of upcoming... by Autumn Fish3 months ago
It's a simple story. A young witch, alone in a world full of evil and uncertainty, must go on a quest to save her home from destruction. Yet she has almost no knowledge of how to control her... by Michael Falero4 months ago
Zero Point Software (ZPS) is an indie studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark. They are working on Interstellar Marines, which is a cooperative, competitive and single-player tactical shooter, built... by Pierre Fouquet4 months ago
The Mental Torment is the horror game we've all been waiting for (or dreading) since Virtual Reality came into our gamer grasps! Since its release for the Oculus Rift DK2, the Internet has been... by Yasmin Curren4 months ago
For years now, Bandai Namco has been a household name - doubly so if you happen to be living in a household of gamers or simply nerds in general.
Born of a successful merger in late 2005 between... by Stephanie Tang5 months ago
When you can combine my two loves--comics and video games--it's a recipe for success. Like so many comic lovers, I'll invade my local comic shop to get my hands on the latest issue. I have no... by Venisia Gonzalez5 months ago
Day For Night was founded by designers who were let go from Irrational Games earlier this year. Their project, The Black Glove, is set in a very peculiar theatre, where the current attractions... by Jay Prodigious5 months ago
New York Comic Con 2014 was the place to be this month especially if you were looking forward to the awesome ADULT SWIM panels. I was one of the many eager fans there for Robot Chicken. The highly... by Venisia Gonzalez5 months ago