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"Games As A Service" Is The New Norm
by Luke Luby
Games as a service is becoming increasingly prominent, which mightn't be the best thing imaginable.
The Biggest Mistakes Indie Developers Make on Kickstarter
by Damien Smith
Many Kickstarter campaigns go unfunded every year. The reasons are many, but some are due to many basic and avoidable blunders.
The Unsung Heroes of the Games Industry
by Clayton Reisbeck
These are the people who go by unnoticed in the game industry and it's time we gave them the recognition they deserve.
New CEO Named for Remedy Entertainment
by Janiece Sebris
Remedy Entertainment, developer responsible for Alan Wake and Quantum Break, named a new CEO to its roster.
Interview: Localization Consultant Jessica Chavez Talks Game Localization 101
by Jeffrey Rousseau
We go to school with game localization & its difficulties with localization guru Jessica Chavez.
Why developers should start a design with the beginning and end
by Damien Smith
The beginning and end of a video game are the two most crucial parts. Video game developers should make both of these first and the rest of the game after.
Video game industry sees dramatic growth in 2015
by Damian A. Hinton
The video game industry saw a significant rise in revenue in 2015.
E3 On the Inside
E3 and it's industry impact from the perspective of someone on the inside.
Console Contemplation: Inflation VS Those Irresistible Holiday Bundles
by Jason Russell
The holidays have a way of conjuring up images of years past but the grass wasn't always greener. Take, for example, the laws of inflation. Did you know a VCR would have set you back close to...
Dragon Age: Inquisition Wins Game of the Year, but Nintendo Dominates the 2014 Game Awards
by Esteban Padilla
Dragon Age: Inquisition, I’m really happy for you and I’m gonna let you finish, but Nintendo really owned the 2014 Game Awards with their gameplay footage and musical performances.
Does Dragon Age: Inquisition Mark A New Inclusive Trend?
by Kathryn Baker
Dragon Age: Inquisition has a transgender character, which supports the idea that the video gaming industry is becoming more inclusive of other genders and sexualities.
Can We Officially Say That PlayStation is Back On Top?
Now that we're more than 8 months into the new generation, can we say PlayStation has reclaimed its crown?
Sponsored Support (and Money) Should Make Video Games a Sport
More sponsors, ticket sales, and even colleges are supporting video games, but will it ever be a sport?
Destiny Could Become the Highest-Grossing Game in History
There's a very good chance that ten years from now, Destiny will have earned the most money of any video game...ever.
Friendly PSA for Aspiring Journalists: Reading is Not an Option
If you want to become a great journalist (in the game industry or elsewhere), you have no choice: You have to read.
Is Call of Duty the Most Hated Franchise in Gaming History?
Is the most popular franchise in history also the most hated? And if so, how is that even possible?
I'm Sorry, Ms. Raymond, But I Don't Want to Play as An "Old Lady"
I'm all for protagonist diversity, but there is a limit.
Why Child of Light is One of the Most Important Games of 2014
In a world where grit, darkness, and violence reign, Child of Light is a beacon in the night.
Is it Necessary For a Critic to Complete a Game? Absolutely Not
Not only is it impossible, but it's also unnecessary for a critic to complete every game he analyzes.
Gamers Need to Stop Blaming Publishers for All the Industry's Ills
You can't blame publishers for meeting demand. That makes zero sense.
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