In this interview, I talked with Max Krieger, the indie developer behind CROSSNIQ+, the nineties-inspired, grid-based puzzle game. We talked about his inspirations growing up, how giving yourself a break from bigger projects can lead to something new, and his Kickstarter. Raised on Anime AD: Starting from the beginning, what kinds of games did you grow up on? MK: My parents were really highly invested … Continue reading Developer Interview: Max Krieger
Having to command a Starship can be a supreme undertaking, but with a level head, and a cool attitude, you can triumph over the Klingons, and subsequent evil that unfolds throughout the, but exciting story mode. Continue reading Star Trek: Bridge Crew- These Are the Voyages- (PSVR, Vive, Oculus)
My, what a difference not being on a yearly schedule makes. Assassin’s Creed: Origins is the return to the franchise that just stepped off the production line. Being in production for four years, this iteration marks the end of Ubisoft’s grand experiment in leveraging global staff towards annual releases. Assassin’s Creed: Origins is a bold step for the franchise in almost all areas. Introducing a whole slew … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origins (XB1, PS4, PC)
The early days of Point and Click Adventure games can be traced back to the 1980’s Macventure series developed by ICOM Simulations. 8-bit Adventure Anthology: Volume I is a port of these classic titles available today in cutting edge RGB graphics!
Poor Lucky. Not only does it seem as though the sweet little fox has been heavily focus tested in a room full of cheerfully over-protective parents, he’s also been sucked into a magical book called the Book Of Ages – along with a bunch of villainous feline criminals known as the Kittie Litter (yes, really), and it’s up to him to stop them across a variety of … Continue reading Super Lucky’s Tale (Xbox One/PC)
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus starts with a brief recap of the The New Order‘s events, and then picks up directly where the new order left off. We last saw BJ Blazkowicz bleeding out, directly in the path of a bombing run on a Deathsheads compound. Luckily, BJ is saved in the nick of time by his comrades, and they then continue their plans for revolution. More … Continue reading Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus (PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch)
It’s time once again to “head on down to South Park and have yourself a time”. Creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have poured their creative minds into this next installment of the franchise, The Fractured but Whole presents an authentic recreation of the famous tv show complete with comedic writing and the voice acting we know and love which makes you feel like a part … Continue reading South Park: The Fractured But Whole (Xbox one, PS4 and PC)
Press Release Oct 11, 2017. Splitmedia The ‘Create’ section includes a web based overlay system which allows creators to not only select from hundreds of professionally designed overlays but also gives them an easy to use editor to customize them to their precise needs. The overlays and editor come with built-in widgets for all the alerts and notifications that a creator might want to show off … Continue reading Player.me Introduces Player Create
When I used to think about white hot rage in gaming I would always think back to some of those early NES titles that seemed impossible to beat as a 8 year old kid with the patience of an 80 year old man who just wants the nursing home orderly to stop stealing his peppermint patties. Nowadays? Well…I think about Cuphead.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor came out almost three years ago. It was an interesting take on the Lord of the Rings universe created by J.R.R Tolkien. The combat was unique, the story engaging and filled with rich lore and featured a unique Nemesis System. The game tried to do new things in the world of third-person story adventures, even if the system fell short of what was originally promised. Middle-earth: Shadow of War tries to improve every aspect of the original concepts, while at the same time expanding upon it. It’s fantasy at its finest and I believe Tolkien would be proud.