Oakwood is a game that looks like it has taken all the horror elements of the Jurassic Park movies and distilled them into a game. The indie first-person survival horror experience has been co-developed by studios Breaking Dimensions and Polygon Dust, who bring the combined experience of working on games such as Slender: The Arrival, and Valley.What is it about flashlights in games always being utter trash? For reasons possibly explored in the game, temporally confused dinosaurs have made a home in the forests of British Columbia. As a walking bag of fleshy dino-treats, the player must avoid the dinosaurs, rather than confront and ride them, ARK-style, although that probably won’t stop a lot of people from trying. Much of the gameplay will revolve around hiding, running, and outsmarting the suspiciously featherless fiends. Also, remembering to turn your flashlight off when hiding. The environment looks a bit sparse here, but I guess brush density isn’t at the front of your … [Read more...] about Oakwood Looks like A Survival Game In A Spooky Jurassic Park
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Fans have got themselves a first look at how General Grievous would look like in the Star Wars game. The villainous character of the series was set to appear in the game this month according to the Roadmap. But we get to see Star Wars Battlefront 2 General Grievous before the release through a leak. Although, developers had announced the General’s arrival, the official release was still awaited. The confirmation of the villain’s arrival came from the content Roadmap announcement. Now a recently surfaced leak has given us a look on the Star War Battlefront 2 General Grievous. The character’s image got shared online and spread like wildfire across Reddit. The leak appeared on the StarWarsLeaks subreddit which attracted the fans in no time. The image shows General Grievous in his traditional robotic look. To be honest, the appearance of the character seems quite on point. It would be fair to say the fans have approved the General Grievous look for the game. The notorious … [Read more...] about This is How General Grievous Looks Like in Star Wars Battlefront 2
The anticipation for EA Sport’s FIFA 19 is already at its peak, however, with the recent closure to the FIFA World Cup 2018, its demand seems to have skyrocketed and why shouldn’t it? It is the perfect season to play the football, indoor or outdoor doesn’t matter at this point, we just need to get our hands on the FIFA 19. Which apparently is a few months far before we actually see it. One thing that had most concerned since Cristiano Ronaldo suddenly moved to Juventus, was the main cover of the game. Well, you would be happy to know that EA Sports has revealed a few images, that you may find interesting. Just last month EA revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo shall be featured, on the front cover of the FIFA game. At that time he was in Real Madrid, so everyone was under the impression that he will be wearing the usual, Madrid spots wear. However, his sudden move took everyone by surprise, now everyone wanted to see how he would look like in the game but firstly, how … [Read more...] about A Sneek Peak At How Cristiano Ronaldo Will Look Like In FIFA 19, EA Sports Reveals
Loot boxes have been the subject of tremendous controversy over the last few months, with some very high profile games blundering into this format of monetization in some extremely clumsy, extremely high profile ways. Ignoring some of the basic precepts that developers have hashed out around loot boxes and real money purchases (rewards should be cosmetic and not influence game balance, contents should always feel appropriately valuable, etc.), many of these attempts have backfired in spectacular fashion. But lost in the conversation around triple-A publishers seeking additional revenue through microtransactions or whether or not loot boxes are gambling is the damage these public blunders are doing to the free-to-play model, to games that have relied on loot boxes and executed them gracefully and successfully for years now. As much as recent high-profile stumbles have been monopolizing coverage, there are a huge number of smaller developers that have been doing loot boxes elegantly for … [Read more...] about How do you do ‘loot boxes’ right? F2P MMO game devs weigh in
The game industry of 2022 is big, messy and hard to find. Those who define it might be children. They could be solo developers on just enough funding to scrimp by for the next project. They could be retirees, artists or marginalized children in a war-torn country. They may create works of genius that go undiscovered until long after their death. Following up on Polygon’s recent fifth anniversary, we decided to ask a range of experts in the game industry the same question: What will things look like five years from now? While some cited practical predictions, like the rise of virtual reality, most centered around the structures that enable games to be made in the first place. And while many people see things improving, several also sounded warning bells about what the industry may be like and who may be in charge of it. The future isn’t necessarily what you think While many developers imagine a future where the game industry is overrun with new and exciting technology, many … [Read more...] about What will the game industry look like in five years?