The Witness is inspiring, exciting, rewarding, breathtaking, and infectious. It’s also ruthless, cold, daunting, and isolating. Either of those lists of traits would make a great game. Both at once make a legend. Continue reading The Witness Review
I used to hate video games.
I hated video games because, up until 3rd grade, I defined gaming as brainless, worthless, wastes of time, meant only as a distraction from homework and learning. (I was a pretty pretentious child.) When the Wii rose in popularity, I discovered that video games are more than unintelligent pieces of junk. I realized they are awesome. Continue reading Hobby Game Developers Part 1: I Used To Hate Video Games
If you thought that you would never see an official Pokémon game on the iPad, you might reconsider. While not a bona fide Pokémon game, the official trading card game will see a release on iOS.
Continue reading Pokemon Trading Card Game Coming to iOS
Two brothers, hunkered down in a little southern town in Minnesota have come together to create a small indie studio, Dual Wield Software. After a year and a half of hard work, they are excited to showcase their first card battling game, The Regret of Vitrerran.
Continue reading The Regret of Vitrerran: First Looks