Developer Glitchers based in London, who are also responsible for the BAFTA nominated Sea Hero Quest VR is excited to announce its next game the delivery battler game Drive-Buy that has been inspired by arcade greats and part games from the past. The game will release in July 2020 You can view the trailer below: … Continue reading Indie Game Drive-Buy Announced
The title says it all, when did it become okay to be abusive to people in the games industry? A trend that has been increasing and increasing when a group of angered gamers are perhaps disappointed or annoyed about a game not going the way they wanted it to go. I want to use this … Continue reading When Did It Become Okay To Be Abusive To People In The Games Industry?
It would be an understatement to say this is pretty good news. Sony PlayStation has finally allowed developers to add cross-play to their video games so we can now play with our friends on other consoles. Consoles are uniting together to bring some incredible experiences across your living rooms, offices... well where-ever you decide to … Continue reading PlayStation 4 Now Gives Developers Full Access For Cross-Play
Developer SquarePlay Games are proud to announce that their title OverCrowd: A Commute Em Up is now available from today on Steam Early Access. A launch trailer features below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wg6mUWvgbv8&feature=youtu.be Developers Alastair McQueen responsible for programming and Sarah Testori for the art work wanted to create a title inspired by old classic management sims like … Continue reading Overcrowd: A Commute Em Up Launches Into Steam Early Access
Welcome to my weekly series of The Weekend Rambler, a series where I rant on topical subjects that are in the news or being talked about. Today's article is about my concerns with Anthem. Anthem was revealed fully by EA and Bioware at E3 2017 and honestly, first reactions were, "damn that looks pretty good". Anthem … Continue reading The Weekend Rambler – Concerns With Anthem and EA