Lessons Learned from Making 100 Games in 5 Years

Developer James Earl Cox has recently completed his 100 Games in 5 Years project, having wrapped up development of his taxing, rewarding journey with a cute game about a kitten in a blanket that likes to meow about things. — August 28, 2017  Games about the horrors of war. Games about the horrors of getting caught watching porn. Games about racing fish-men, the well-mannered homeless,

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Real-Life Video Game Bands Worth Listening

Some of the best games ever are so beloved partially due to their memorable soundtracks. From nerdcore parody rappers to legitimately excellent gaming rock acts, here’s a list of the real-life video game bands worth listening. — August 15, 2017 Metroid Metal Technically the band is Stemage, but my and I’m sure many other Nintendo fans’ introduction to the performer was

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‘Zelda Breath Of The Wild’: Future Of Video Games

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is seemingly riding the top of the charts these days. Reviews of the title are mostly favorable rather than negative. Some have even predicted that it could shape the future of video games! Discover the reasons for such a wide acceptance of this title. — July 18, 2017 The Legend Of Zelda: Breath

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10 Best Open-World Video Games

Take some time out and lose yourself in the best the industry has to offer! — July 14, 2017 Open world games used to be a rare treat, only released once in a blue moon, but now they’re coming out of the floodgates left, right and center. There’s plenty of choices, but only finite time and money. The genre can

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The 25 Greatest Video Game Soundtracks of All Time

These are the greatest soundtracks- original jams, no licensed music, in video game history. — June 19, 2017 Chrono Trigger “It was kind of like a festival,” said Takashi Tokita in a recent interview, reminiscing about the development of Squaresoft’s classic time-travel RPG. “It was amusing.” Yasunori Mitsuda’s lush soundtrack perfectly captured the festival atmosphere. Songs like “Guardia Castle” and

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