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Summer Game Fest Presents Four Months of News, Demos, Panels
by Josh Broadwell
In the absence of E3, we've still got plenty to look forward to with the Summer Game Fest reveals and demos.
Mainstream Survival games are predictable: How can we change that?
by Sjaak den Heijer
With the recent popularity spike of survival games, we want to talk about why mainstream survival games are predictable and how developers can change that.
SpecialEffect Announces Total Raised for One Special Day Fundraiser
SpecialEffect raised over £400,000 in their recent fundraiser, One Special Day. This is an example of gamers and Industry partners helping the disabled gaming community.
If You're Still Berating Dean Takahashi, You Don't Understand How Games Journalism Works
by Auverin Morrow
Dean Takahashi was bad at a game. So is everyone else. Get over it.
Freemium Pricing Strategies are Ruining AAA Titles
From Overwatch to For Honor to Mass Effect: Andromeda, "freemium" pricing and random loot boxes takes the fun out of games.
The New Family Guy and Trailer Park Boys Mobile Games Suck
by Dan Roemer
These games are so bad they make me wonder if quality control even exists in the mobile gaming space -- and if mobile gaming is doomed to fail.
90s Gaming in Eastern Europe: From Communism to Hyrule
A short personal walkthrough about the impact of communism on gaming in a country that just found democracy.
Nine Coolest Things That Happened in Gaming 2016
From VR to the resurrection of games thought dead, join us as we look at the coolest things to happen in gaming in 2016.
Wallet Fatigue: Are Microtransactions Draining the Mana from MMOs?
Do microtransactions create shortcuts for gamers in MMOs or just allow them to buy pointless stuff?
The Real MVP: 3 Industry Figures Who Changed the Game in 2016
Because of these men, we'll be seeing great things in gaming in the coming years.
Top 5 Industry Scandals of 2016
Proof that the gaming industry is just as juicy as any other.
Launch Media Network hosts Ecosystem of the Gaming Industry event
by Kat De Shields
Atlanta representatives came together to discuss development and business opportunities for dev studios, the media and universities as it relates to the gaming industry.
The Globalization of Gaming
by Richard Sherry
Which countries are the biggest gamers? What games are most popular? We've compiled the statistics so you don't have to!
Game Developer's Post Details Immense Hardships of Going Indie
Despite great reviews, indie game Brigador has had a tough time making sales, demonstrating the problems of visibility in the indie game development industry.
UbiSoft wants you to Experience E3 this Year!
by Average Xbox Gamer
Ubisoft want to invite you to their version of E3
The VR game that can change the world
by Sagger Khraishi
Re-Que, a theoretical VR Game that will set the standard to how we gamify education.
Steam's Greenlight, and its issues
by Engela Snyman
Steam's Greenlight has some big issues, but is there an easy solution?
Can you be considered a gamer when you only play phone or tablet games?
If you label yourself as a true gamer, do you think people who only play on smartphones and tablets are considered gamers?
2015's best (and worst) game companies to work for: A review of employee feedback
by Addison Blu
Here is a rated list of the major game companies to work for in 2015.
What determines the price of games? #2
by Review Yobo
A brief investigation into the variables that affect a games price.
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