Every year, the market is hit by hundreds of new video games. Some are released by well-known gaming developers, while others are sequels to previous hits; there’s also a third category available – video games created by unknown developers, and believe it or not, some have the highest chances of
Nearly all video games released these days are notorious. However, 2014 was particularly special. If you thought that SimCity, Diablo III and Mass Effect 3 were puzzling in 2013, the following 10 video game controversies will blow you away. 1. Dragon Age: Inquisition same-sex controversy ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ introduces Dorian,
We’ve had a few gaming years that were quite tumultuous. However, industry analysts don’t have high expectations for 2015. Gamebrief founder, Nicholas Lovell, claims that this year will be about consolidation and not about revolutionary publishers and massive releases. Should we assume that the industry will be that dull in
In “Far Cry 4”, the most recent open world shooter game from Ubisoft,
you can explore the land and shoot the many animals you come across.
Driving games, fighting games, role playing, there are many different types of game released every year, every manufacturer either hoping to copy the success of their last one or to become the newest big hit. Then there are the smaller game makers, still trying to make their mark. Obviously, the
On GameInvasion, we talk about lots of stuff, including the future of video games! Sorta. You’ll just have to listen.
This week on GameInvasion, we talk about games you haven’t tried yet and probably should.
This week on GameInvasion, Carl Wilhoyte and Nick Hammer tackle the murky moral depths of morality systems in games.
On this week’s GameInvasion, you ever had one of those game you couldn’t put down? That absorbed you like few games do? We do!
On this week’s GameInvasion, we look at some classic franchise f@ckups. We’re looking at you, EA.
Sometime nostalgia just isn’t enough. Have you ever popped in your Atari 2600 version of Pac Man and just felt all the joy leave the room? It’s a game you played endlessly when you were 4 and dumb as a brick, but playing it now when you’re 34 and just
This week on GameInvasion, we talk about games that came outta nowhere to be some of our favorite titles.
The Debatable Podcast‘s Greg Sahadachny has bullied his way onto another podcast. This time, he forces Paul and AJ to discuss storytelling in video games, and whether or not harder games are more fulfilling than easy ones. Throughout this, the words “ludology” and “narratology” are bandied about as if anyone
Uwe Boll, director of BloodRayne, Postal, and the new In The Name of the King 3, talks video games, whistleblowers, and fisticuffs.