Star Wars: The Last Jedi Looks Awesome As A 16-Bit Game

 If you’ve seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi and you can’t get enough of it, there’s a new 16-bit recreation of the movie’s ending. But if you still haven’t seen it. SPOILER ALERT! — January 29, 2018 If you are obsessed with it, like us, then you should definitely check out William Usher’s article explaining why this five-minute clip recounting the

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2018 Game Developers Conference

We already have our tickets for the largest annual gathering of professional video game developers. Do you have yours? — January 22, 2018 The Game Developers Conference focuses on learning, inspiration, and networking and this year’s event is taking place in San Francisco, California from March 19th-23rd. It includes an expo, a variety of tutorials, lectures, and roundtables by industry

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How To Finish Your Game – 5 Tips For Indie Developers

Finalizing projects is never easy! Nowadays, as the game making technologies are getting more and more accessible and easy to use, many people try to create their games, but only some of them are able to finish those games. — January 17, 2018 The below points might come in handy no matter if you are a complete beginner or if you

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To Brand or Not to Brand Your Next Video Game

Adding a famous brand like Harry Potter could be just the thing for Niantic’s next game, coming on the heels of Pokémon Go. But sometimes it results in oversaturation and consumer exhaustion. — January 10, 2018 We discussed these topics at a panel moderated by Dean Takahashi, from Gamebeat, at the recent Montreal International Game Summit. Brands in games are cyclical.

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Here Are All The Video Games Releasing This Month

The first month of 2018 is a great time to catch up on games you missed or haven’t finished from 2017 (or 2016!) There just isn’t all that much coming out in January, at least not until the end of the month. — January 5, 2018 In fact, only two games are releasing for the Xbox One the entire month.

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