The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly of Ports, Remakes, & Remasters

I don’t know about you, dear readers, but my wallet is a-hurtin’ this year. Besides all the gotta-have original games (like God of War, Detroit: Become Human, Monster Hunter: World, etc.), there is a smorgasbord of remakes, remasters, and ports just begging us to take them home. Devil May Cry HD, Shadow of the Colossus, […]

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Unity Connect, social media for game developers

Whether you’re looking for work in game development, crowdsourcing for your project, or just to be in touch with other gamers like yourself, Unity connect is the place to go. While looking for ways to learn about this engine, I stumbled upon this fresh virtual treasure. Unity 3D has been constantly making independent video game […]

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Guilds as Video Games Micro-Influencers

“I’d also like to start an engagement group with other accounts in that niche”, “paying micro influencers with an audience I want”… I’ve been gaming for a while now and, while it’s true that YouTube influencers currently handle massive reach, I noticed there is another clear source of engagement groups. These groups are actually lead by micro-influencers (mostly voluntarily), with handpicked members (sometimes with high membership requisites) from perfectly targeted demographics, already actively engaging. These aren’t on the list, a.k.a: The Guilds

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What will happen to your FALLOUT 4 license?

[UPDATE]: Microsoft did revoke the Fallout 4 licenses but in exchange gave 10$ to every user as compensation, which is a pretty fair solution in my opinion. BOOM. pic.twitter.com/kBURBZQC5A — The Loot Gaming (@TheLootGaming) June 11, 2016 In case you missed it, yesterday Fallout 4’s  Deluxe Edition, Season Pass and every DLC were priced at […]

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