GTA Online got one of its best multiplayer modes in years this week, but you wouldn’t know it.Overshadowed by the release of the fastest car in the game, this week’s GTA 5 update introduced the Power Play Adversary mode to zero expectations; everyone was too busy … [Read more...] about Raging cocks and dopey rainbows: GTA’s Power Play update is a head-flip firefight freakout
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The ever-rising Star Citizen has made 100 million dollars during its crowd-funding/microtransaction campaign of selling starships to the gaming populace. For the mega-rich who happen to be reading, to us meer mortals that's rather a lot of cash. An exceptional amount of moolah. … [Read more...] about What would the best indie developers do with Star Citizen’s $100 million?
Not everyone who plays video games on the regular enjoys the treadmill that some call “the grind.” It’s not an easy to define feature, either. Some MMOs infamously employ “the grind” as a quest that requires you to kill X amount of statically … [Read more...] about GTA Online Is Burning Out Its Players
Last week I wrote a long piece on what I consider to be the future of sports game career modes which, to me, are the most exciting thing happening in the genre. The story generated a lot of feedback, with tons of readers sharing what they'd like to see in the next crop of career … [Read more...] about Reader Response: The Future of Career Modes
The news that Mojang is to be sold to Microsoft undoubtedly causes a lot of upset for some. Minecraft, more cultural phenomenon than game at this point, has had a breadth of appeal unlike almost any other game. And Microsoft aren’t exactly at the top of most PC games … [Read more...] about Opinion: Maybe Microsoft Buying Mojang Is A Good Thing?