Post-apocalyptic Tintin miniatures. That is all.
Call me stupid, but I think making the Epic Mickey sequel a musical is a great idea and not a form that has gotten any attention in games. And multi-platform release? Yeah, that’s great news.
Disney and the Warren Spector-led Junction Point have announced a sequel to Epic Mickey, adding support for more platforms and even turning the game into a full-fledged musical.
Funny article, but:
“This was our first time really making an independent game with nobody looking over our shoulder. And every time we were worried we might have gone too far, Ubisoft would say, you know, ‘Go for it. Whatever you want to do.'”
Sorry guys, but I do not think the word “independent” means what you think it means.
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My RPG metagame Power Kill will be on display at 319 Scholes, a digital-arts gallery in Brooklyn, from March 15-29. It’s part of Big Reality, an exhibition of contemporary art inspired by tabletop roleplaying games and their legacy in technology and subcultures. I’ve never had something in an art gallery before and I’m pretty jazzed.
“Big Reality” proposes that contemporary everyday life seamlessly integrates elements of fantasy and play through consumer technology and networked media. The exhibition explores this proposition through artworks that draw imagery, themes, and devices from a relatively young and heavily stereotyped …
I played the holy hell out of Assassin’s Creed 2. I then sat out the next two sequels on the grounds that I wasn’t ready to throw another thirty hours down the drain on more of the same. With Assassin’s Creed 3 moving the action to revolutionary America, however, I’ll just admit surrender right now and agree to play the holy hell out of this one, too. Gorgeous artwork for this reveal.
After everybody already pretty much leaked the setting and protagonist of the publisher's latest time-travelling murder simulator, Ubisoft just reveals it all official like.
Containment is a very cool zombie puzzle game that’s been out for a while on iPad. Grab it now on Steam and save 20%!
In Containment: The Zombie Puzzler, Bootsnake Games has accurately and faithfully rebuilt the entire Zombie Outbreak of Franklin County. The immense attention to detail is staggering and rather touching. From the sounds that were digitally recreated using the latest in BMX technology to the stitchin…